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Kentucky Fall Classic Schedule Change



The 25th Annual Kentucky Fall Classic Horse Show will be held October 3 – 6 in the Alltech Arena at the Kentucky Horse Park.  This year there has been a change in the schedule and the show will have a daily session beginning at 1:00PM each day with the exception of the Academy session which is added to the schedule for 9:00AM on Saturday morning.

All Divisions will be judged by Josh Greer, East Bernstadt, Kentucky and joining Josh for the Bluegrass Futurity classes will be Clark Clouse, Versailles, Kentucky and Jack Nevitt, Simpsonville, Kentucky.  The Academy Division on Saturday morning will be judged by Katie Case, Simpsonville, Kentucky. 

The show has also added a Three Gaited Park for Junior Horses as class 42A to the 2012 schedule and that Class will be part of the Thursday afternoon session.

The Kentucky Fall Classic will once again benefit Cardinal Hill Rehabilitation Hospital who provides such a great therapeutic support for the community.

For more information please visit our website www.kentuckyfallclassic.com

For more information please contact Chuck Walker at 859-333-1406 or [email protected]

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