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Jubilee Morgan Horse Show Announces Its Return for 2019



After a one year hiatus, the committee for the Jubilee Morgan Horse Show is pleased to announce its return for 2019. The show will be held beginning with an evening session on Wednesday, August 28 through Saturday evening, August 31, 2019 at the MEC Center in Shipshewana, IN.

The Morgan Weanling Gala will return to its home at the Jubilee on Friday evening, August 30, 2019.
“While we will be in a new location for 2019, due to the continued uncertainty with the Coliseum at the Illinois State Fairgrounds, we felt it important to continue the tradition of the Jubilee Morgan Horse Show and hope that we can count on everyone’s support to make our return a success” committee member Kathy Beverage explained. “Our vision is to return the Jubilee back to Springfield once the fairground renovations and improvements are complete. In the meantime, partnering with the MEC Center, a new climate controlled facility (not a bad thing in late August in the Midwest), allows us to meet our goal of providing our exhibitors and trainers a positive experience while rekindling the enthusiasm of past Jubilees.” Beverage concluded.

So mark your calendars and plan to attend the 2019 Jubilee Morgan Horse Show!

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