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Junior Judging And Ice Cream Thursday Night at Lexington Junior League


Anyone who wants to get together, have fun and learn what the judges are looking for.


JUNIOR JUDGING and ICE CREAM at the Lexington Junior League Horse Show, THURSDAY NIGHT, July 9. 

•After hearing what judges are looking for try your hand at judging and see how well you can do.

•Ribbons and prizes will be awarded to the winners in 13 and under and 14 through 17 divisions.

•Awards presentation will be made from center ring on Friday night.

•(The Lexington Jr. League Horse Show is in Lexington, KY, July 6-11)



•Judge Boone will tell you what she looks for in different classes and answer your questions.

•Then top your own Ice cream sundae to take to your reserved Junior Judging seat in the grandstand.


To find out what judges look for so you and your horse can do better in the show ring.



•The Junior Judges will then go to their reserved grandstand seats for the horse show so look for Junior Judging signs.

•You may sign up ahead by emailing or just come join the group that night.

MORE FUN –  After you have judged your four designated classes you are free to go or you may enjoy the rest of the show from your free seat and visit with your friends.

Come join the JUNIOR JUDGES for ICE CREAM and FUN on the RED MILE!

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