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Cloninger to manage St. Louis Show

The St. Louis National Charity Horse Show recently announced that Ray Cloninger will be the manager of their 2004 horse show. Cloninger is one of the finest managers in the country having for years run shows including the J.D. Massey Classic, Asheville Lions Club and the N.C. State Championship. Now he will bring his expertise and experience to the St. Louis National.

Now in its 27th year St. Louis is among the best shows in the Midwest boasting great competition in all divisions. Additionally, St. Louis is the host show for the Western World Championships: Saddle & Bridle’s Shatner Western Pleasure and Working Western Pleasure, Saddle & Bridle’s Hunter Classic, Saddle & Bridle’s Pleasure Medallion Finals and the Five-Gaited Horsemanship championships.

With Cloninger as manager the show plans to become even better. Other changes are planned as well including the condensing of the show into four days, adding classes and removing Arabians from the “Saddlebred Week“ schedule. Mark your calendar for September 29-October 2, 2004.

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