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Kent Moeller to Manage California Futurity Horse Show in Las Vegas




The 70th annual California Saddle Horse Futurity Horse Show is returning to the South Point Arena in Las Vegas with Kent Moeller as Manager. Show dates are October 30 - November 1, 2014.

The show offers a full schedule of classes for American Saddlebreds, Morgans and Hackney Ponies, also Carriage Pleasure Driving, Roadster To Bike, Saddle Seat Equitation and Open Pleasure classes. Matinee-only performances leave evenings open to enjoy Las Vegas.

Randall Cates, from Edmond Ok., will judge Saddlebreds, Morgans, Ponies and Open Pleasure classes. Kail Palmer-Miller, from Chandler, Ok., will judge Carriage Pleasure Driving. Ringmaster is Sean Cassidy of Las Vegas, and the announcing and music will be handled by Doug Shane from Penrose, Colorado.

South Point is conveniently located at the south end of Las Vegas, away from the congestion but only a short drive to the Strip, as well as McCarran International Airport. Exhibitors using code CAL1026 can reserve spacious rooms starting at $50. Corporate level sponsors can stay in a deluxe suite for $99. The deadline for reservations at these special rates is September 26th.

The show is presented by the California Saddle Horse Breeders Association and the Southern California American Saddlebred Horse Association. Admission is free, and daily programs are provided at no charge.

For further information, go to www.californiasaddlebred.com, or contact Lawrence Witter at lwitter@socal.rr.com. or Show Secretary Roxanne Hood at rhood@razzolink.com


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