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Kentucky Spring Premier Hosts USEF Adult/Amateur Medal Class

One of the last chances to qualify for the 2006 USEF Adult/Amateur Medal Class will be at the Kentucky Spring Premier Horse Show May 3-6 at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, Ky.  This newly licensed USEF competition is offering one of the few opportunities to qualify for this prestigious event.  All ribbon winners qualify for the 2006 Final being held at the Lexington Junior League Horse Show in July.

The National Champion will be honored with numerous trophies in addition to receiving a show sheet and halter for their mount.  All participants entered in the July Final will be invited to attend a reception in their honor at the Red Mile Clubhouse and will receive commemorative gifts compliments of the Federation.   Mark your calendar now and qualify at the Kentucky Spring Premier on Thursday afternoon (May 4th).  For a complete class listing, visit

For additional information regarding the USEF Medal Program, contact the Federation at (859) 225-6986.  In addition, the competition will also host a UPHA Adult Challenge Cup qualifying class on May 5th where all ribbon winners qualify for the 2006 UPHA Adult Challenge Cup Championship scheduled during the All American Horse Classic.  Information regarding the UPHA Challenge Cup Program can be obtained by contacting the UPHA office at (859) 231-5070.

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