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The Lexington Junior League has a long, proud horse show history made possible by the exhibitors who return to Lexington year after year, and it is our pleasure to announce that we will welcome you back for the 84th annual show this July 6-11, 2020 at the Kentucky Horse Park.

You can find the 2020 Prize List here, and you can expect to receive it in the mail in the coming days.

The health, safety, and wellbeing of our entire horse show family is our top priority, so we are developing protocols in accordance with USEF guidelines and state and local health regulations. We will provide more detailed information soon, but the most immediate alteration for the 2020 show will be the suspension of box and specialty seating options. We will honor box seat renewals in 2021 for the 2019 box seat holders, but we will proceed without those seating options this year in order to best meet the social distancing protocols.

We look forward to seeing you in July! If you have questions in the meantime, please do not hesitate to reach out to the 2020 Horse Show Chair, Betsy Davies at LexingtonHorseShowChair@gmail.com.

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