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Dixie Cup Announces Judges And Special 2015 Awards



The Board Of Directors of the Dixie Cup Spring Classic, being held April 30 - May 2, 2015 in Conyers, GA, have announced the Judges for this year's competition. Josh Greer of E Bernstadt, KY will be handling Saddlebreds,Hackneys, Roadsters, Saddleseat Equitation, Academy, etc., and Richard Petty of Jacksonville, OR, will be handling  Morgans, Friesians, Opportunity, Western/Hunt Equitation, etc .
 
In 2015, all Amateur Stakes winners (including the Amateurs only classes like ASB Pleasure Stake classes, Morgan Classic Pleasure Stake classes, and Adult Saddle Seat Equitation Champions), and all Pony Stake winners will receive special awards. Amateur Stakes winners will also be eligible in a Raffle for a Jessie Pettie original, while the Pony Stakes winners will be included in a raffle for an Andrea Hartmeyer Johns pony print.
 
Academy riders and drivers who join us for the Academy Group Photo can get a copy of this photo if they go to the Show Office and complete a self addressed envelope or give us their email address.
 
Dixie Cup host hotels are listed on the back of the prize list or on the website. These are the hotels that help keep show costs down. Dixie Cup needs to have you participate and Use DC15 as a code.The Hampton Inn has just a installed a new group schedule team. Dixie Cup is working with them as well.
 
The show will also have nightly drawings, a Western Hoedown at the Exhibitor's Party on Friday night, at the Cherokee Golf Club, The Willowick Walking Taco Party, and lots of other events to keep you busy.
 
The Prize List with entry blanks and a pre-order form to simplify ordering bedding, golf carts and feed, as well as sponsorship forms are already in the mail.  
 
If you have questions, need to be added to the mailing list, contact Barbara Goda at godabarb@aol.com or call 770 634-1232 or visit www.thedixiecup.com .

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