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Indianapolis Charity Horse Show Updates



 

Exhibitors and trainers should now be receiving premium books for the 2006 Indianapolis Charity Horse Show. The judge for the academy division is not listed on page two of the premium book with the other officials. The judge is Jacque Hill of Indianapolis and her name does appear on the information pages for the academy division.

The schedule of classes on page six of the premium book does not include the list of the academy division—these classes will be held Saturday at 1:30 June 3. The list of classes and information on academy division appears in the premium book after page 12. There is a separate entry blank for the academy division.

An added championship class for Friesians Under Saddle (Walk and Trot Only) will be held Saturday evening. Classes for the three-gaited pony and five-gaited pony have also been added. These classes will be scheduled for Wednesday evening or Thursday morning so that these entries may show back in the junior exhibitor championships classes later in the show schedule.

Horses may ship in as of noon, Monday, May 29, and there will be a stable ‘crew’ on hand to help move in gear, etc. If anyone has to ship in earlier than noon, May 29 due to commercial carriers’ schedule, please contact Phyllis Harris at (317) 336-7569 so arrangements can be made.

More information can be found at the show's web site http://www.indycharityhs.org/.

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