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Kentucky Spring Premier Adds To Schedule

LEXINGTON, KY – The 2011 show season is a sure sign of spring and the Kentucky Spring Premier Horse Show offers a great opportunity to begin the new season. The state of the art show ring in the Alltech Indoor arena will be the site of Kentucky Spring Premier show to be held April 14 – 16, 2011 and Kent Swalla from Columbia, Missouri will judge all of classes. We have changed our schedule with one session daily beginning at 2:00 PM each day. We have also added 4 classes to our schedule on Friday afternoon: 29A – Model Pony; 31A Walk/Trot only with rider 10 years and under; 41A Roadster Horse under Saddle and 54A Harness Pony Amateur to Drive. Also on the schedule this year The Kentucky Saddlebred Owners and Breeders Association will offer $6,000 added money for the highest placed Kentucky-Bred American Saddlebred in Class 33 – Junior Three Gaited Park Horse. The show is also a member of Kentucky Association of Fairs and Horse shows and all Roadster Horse and Pony classes will be qualifying for the Equine Services Roadster Cup in their respective divisions. The Kentucky Horse Park is especially beautiful during the spring each year so please mark your calendar and make plans to support the show.

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