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FASH Spring Horse Show Celebrates 30th Anniversary



The FASH show committee wishes to invite all to attend its 30th Anniversary celebration held May 12-15, 2011 in the Warner Coliseum at the Minnesota State Fairgrounds, St. Paul, MN. The show is USEF A-rated for Saddlebreds and Morgans and B-rated for Hackney Ponies. The exhibitors and trainers have voted FASH the Tri-States Horse Show of the Year for the last four years.

Raymond Shively, Susi Day and Josh Greer make up the three-judge panel for Saddlebreds, saddle seat equitation, and open classes. Day will judge Morgans and Greer will judge ponies. FASH features the UPHA Saddlebred Classics along with some ASB and Morgan Jackpot classes.

The Daily Publications programs will once again be available for each session and include the prior session’s results. New this year will be a Thursday morning ‘Special Addition’ to help promote the sale of horses on the grounds. Listing for a ¼ page ad is free, but you must contact Heidi at info@fashinc.com as soon as possible if you want a horse to be listed. All breeds and disciplines of horses may be advertised in this Special Edition which will be available throughout the show as well as on our website, www.fashinc.com.

Known for their hospitality, daily parties and activities, the all-volunteer show committee is excited to invite everyone to attend their 30th Anniversary and have an opportunity to win one of the hand sculpted fine art solid bronze trophies by Douwe Blumberg. The 2nd Annual Van Whoa art exhibition will feature over 30 horses again this year with proceeds once again benefiting the Minnesota Hooved Animal Rescue Foundation.

For more information about the FASH Spring Horse Show call manager Stephanie Peterson at 763-478-0449 or email info@fashinc.com. Prize lists will be available online the second week in March at www.fashinc.com and will be mailed shortly after. Updates regarding the show can be found on the website as well as on Facebook at: FASH Inc. Spring Horse Show.

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