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Dixie Cup Spring Classic Judges Announced



Plans are underway for another spectacular spring event when the Georgia International Horse Park comes alive with The Dixie Cup Spring Classic this May.

Show officials have announced the judges for this year's event. Susi Rambler Day of Versailles, Kentucky will officiate the American Saddlebred, Saddleseat Equitation and Academy divisions. Scott Thacker of Whitsett, North Carolina will judge the Morgan, Roadster, and Pony divisions. Dates for this year's show are May 8-10, 2003 at the Georgia International Horse Park in Conyers, Georgia.

Several additions have been made to this popular spring show including the UPHA Classic Classes for American Saddlebred Park Pleasure and Morgan Pleasure Driving horses. There will also be added money in this year's American Saddlebred Pleasure and Park Horse Stakes. In addition, the Morgan division will now include a Morgan Park Saddle Amateur/Juvenile class, a Morgan Park Saddle Amateur/Juvenile Stake and a Morgan Western Pleasure Novice/Junior Stake.

Prize lists for this fun-filled show are now in the mail.

For more information, go to www.thedixiecup.com or contact Paula Yeska at 770-992-6521 or Barb Goda at 770-475-1244.

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