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Exciting Enhancements for the 2016 River Ridge Charity Horse Show



The upcoming River Ridge Charity Horse Show, April 27-30, 2016 at the Ohio Exposition Center in Columbus, Ohio will have some exciting changes for 2016 including the selection of judges. Bret Day, Armon Effinger and Anne Judd will serve as the three judge panel

River Ridge offers a comprehensive class schedule for Saddlebreds, Morgans, Hackneys, Friesians, Parade, an Open Division, and a full roster of equitation classes. 

The prize list and additional information is located at the following websites: www.riverridgehs.org, and www.horseshowsonline.com. Online entries will be accepted through www.horseshowsonline.com starting March 19th. This will be a time saving process that many shows are adding as a benefit. 

River Ridge has always been known as the exhibitor’s show with exceptional hospitality including our Friday night exhibitor’s party generously sponsored by Helen Rich.
In addition, www.seehorsevideo.com will be providing a free webcast of the show, and Kuhlwein Services will provide pre-bedding upon request. 

As an incentive to our trainers, a friend of the show is offering two cash drawings Saturday night. Drawn at random, any trainer bringing 10 or more horses will be eligible for a $500 cash drawing and trainers bringing less than 10 horses will be eligible for a $250 cash drawing. 

For more information, please contact manager
Barb Dunham; (740) 352-8562 or email her at shosec1@aol.com
or secretary Dayne Maple (740) 464-5054; plpony425@hotmail.com. Social Media platforms include: Facebook, Twitter & Instagram: @RRHorseShow.

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