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Emergency Notice to Adult Equitation Riders



 

The United States Equestrian Federation is calling all Adult Equitation riders that participated in any USEF Saddle Seat Adult Amateur Medal qualifying class to strongly consider entering the 2006 Championship being held on Friday, July 14th at the Lexington Junior League Horse Show.

 

At the time of this press release, only 3 riders have submitted entries to compete in this prestigious final.  Should the 2006 finals fail to have significant entries, the class will be highly endangered and runs the risk of future cancellation.  All ribbons winners in qualifying classes are eligible to compete in this final and you can obtain entry forms by contacting show secretary Beth Snider at (502) 349-1336.

 

If you rode in a qualifying class, please consider participating in this year’s final.  The winner of the final will take home a cast resin sculpture created by Patricia Crane.  Both Champion and Reserve Champion receive halters and coolers for their mounts, and bouquets of roses to celebrate their wins.  The top three riders will be awarded with official USEF Medals.  Top ten riders receive embroidered hats and championship ribbons.  Following the class, USEF sponsors a luncheon reception for the riders, instructors, families, and friends held at the Red Mile Clubhouse where all participants will be awarded commemorative T-shirts and travel bags.  In addition, all trainers will be recognized with thank you gifts during this reception.

 

If you have any questions regarding the Final, please contact the Federation office at (859) 225-6986.

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