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Dixie Cup Classic Announces Additions, Changes and Party Plans

The Dixie Cup Classic, slated for May 1-3, has made a few changes to their schedule.

The Dixie Cup Board has announced that the following classes have been added to the schedule:  Three Gaited Pony qualifier and Stake, Walk-Trot Open Pleasure qualifier and stake (any horse, any rider – cannot show in a canter class at this horse show), Limit Roadster Pony, Academy Exceptional Rider Walk-Trot Leadline (any age, diagonals not to count) and Morgan Hunter Pleasure Ladies. Class 315 Academy Walk-Trot Leadline has been clarified in the Time Schedule.

The academy Judge will be Carl Irwin of Cleveland, TN.

Join them as they pay Tribute To The Year of The Horse. The event will be held at Willowick on Thursday Night for a Walking Taco and Sangria Welcome, the Exhibitor Party will be at Cherokee Run Golf club on Friday night, and a chance to watch the KY Derby on Saturday at Hale Stables.

The revised time schedule is on the website ( For further information, contact Barbara Goda at 770 634-1232 -, or Paula Yeska at 770 992-6521.

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