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St. Louis National Charity Horse Show to feature hunter clinic beginning Tues., Sept. 27



 

Lexington, Kentucky ­– The St. Louis National Charity Horse Show will feature a special hunter clinic with two demonstrations during the four day show.

 

The clinic will be hosted by Bill Moroney, who is a United States Equestrian Federation “R” judge in hunter, hunt seat equitation and jumper.  Moroney has trained horses to wins at shows such as the Devon Horse Show and Country Fair, Washington International, Pennsylvania National, Lake Placid and the Winter Equestrian Festival.

 

The clinic will take place Tuesday, September 27 from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. the night before the actual show begins and will be in a classroom setting with no horses.  A second clinic will take place Wednesday, September 28 from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. with horses at the National Equestrian Center

 

The clinic is free to attend for all St. Louis National Charity Horse Show exhibitors and owners.  For members of the American Saddlebred Horse Association and aren’t participating in the show the cost is $35; for non-members and non-participants, the cost is $60. Auditors are encouraged.

 

Those wishing to attend will be able to sign up in the horse show office on Monday, September 26 or the evening of the clinic beginning at 6 p.m.

 

Moroney is also president of the U.S. Hunter Jumper Association and a member of the USEF Executive Committee and Board of Directors, as well as many other USEF committees. 

 

For more information contact Judy Werner, co-chair of the ASHA Sport Horse Committee, by calling (618) 660-8325 or e-mail redwing@htc.net.



 

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