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Inaugural Peeper Show in the Hale Arena

Mark your calendar for January 23 and 24, 2010. Get a head start on the upcoming show season by joining us at the Peeper Show. The inaugural Peeper Show at the Hale Arena on the grounds of the American Royal will be a great opportunity to put together new horse and rider combinations with our show practice classes as well as a nice kick off for the Academy riders. Full divisions for both groups of riders with our goal being to host a quality Show Practice and Academy show that will be enjoyable for everyone to attend. Our group believes that the young riders and the Academy riders are the future of our Horse Show industry. We are very excited to provide classes for all divisions...Saddle Seat, Hunter, Western. offering Equitation and Pleasure classes and of course all breeds are welcome. Top professionals will be joining us to put on an organized and well run event.

Gayle Lampe will judge all divisions, while Kelly McFaul, Mike Carlson and Peter Fenton will handle their respective jobs. Special room rates of just $79. per night are available for all exhibitors at the Hilton Garden Inn, Kansas City, KS. Call for reservations 913-342-7900 and mention the Peeper Show for the special rate. Additional information and a time schedule available online at or call Julie Kidrowski at 573-826-1053 or Peter Fenton at 859-321-9281.

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