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Junior Committee to Hold a “Christmas” Event in June

The 21st Annual Mid-Summer Classic Charity Horse Show will be held June 6 and 7, 2003 at the Will Park Equestrian Center in Alpharetta, Ga. Georgia’s ASHA Youth Group (Junior ASHAG) will host the show again this year. The Mid-Summer show board committee made entirely of Jr. ASHAG members has been working hard to make this year’s show bigger and better than ever.

The two day schedule including a progressive barn party, lots of fun classes, a Musical Freestyle contest, and a well rounded schedule for Saddlebred exhibitors are only a few reasons to attend this year’s show. Junior and novice horse classes were added to the schedule this year and are sure to be a big hit.

Have you been looking for a reason to reuse your Christmas decorations in June? Well, you can quit looking because there will be a tack room contest with winter prizes. There will also be other fun events, including a doggie show.

Tammy Devore will command the center ring this year and is sure to have her hands full with the competition. Dale Stone will be there with this organ to supply the horse show music. Sandra Hall will serve as the show’s photographer, capturing memories from center ring. The Reece Center for Handicapped Horsemanship will remain the beneficiary. For further information or a prize list, contact Kathy Miller (show coordinator) at 770-565-3445 (e-mail: or fax 770-565-6366. Call Show Manager Lesley Orr at 770-831-7400.

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