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Midsummer Classic... where the fun begins!

Midsummer Classic Horse Show has always been the show "where the fun begins." This year will not be any different. The new exciting theme is Candyland. On June 10th and 11th 2005, join the Junior ASHAG Midsummer Show Committee at the Wills Park Equestrian Center in Alpharetta, Georgia for two days of horse show fun. Chris Reiser, as King of Candyland, will be judging. Photographing the festivities will be Debbie Bush as Lady Licorice.

We are adding a new performance class this year, the Pro/Am Park Pleasure Challenge. In this class, the amateurs ride the first way of the ring, and the trainers ride the reverse way. Of course, on the show list are our customary classes for Saddlebreds, Morgans, Road Horses, Road Ponies, and Equitation Riders. We will still have our traditional fun classes: Stick Horse Class and Bareback Ride-A-Buck, but we will also be adding a new surprise fun class. And we can’t forget man’s best friend. So bring your canine as a sweet treat and enter him or her in the Dog/Owner Look-A-Like and/or the Dog Trick Class on Saturday. Like last year, two perpetual trophies are awaiting a new champion. The Callaway’s Hearts Afire Memorial trophy will be awarded to the champion of the ASB Five-Gaited Pleasure Championship class and the Callaway’s Blue Spirit Challenge Trophy will be awarded to the winner of the Saddleseat Equitation Championship class. A scrumptious Pot Luck Dinner will replace the Progressive Barn Party on Friday night. Also on Friday, we will hold the silent auction.

So come "satisfy your sweet tooth" with all the Candyland crew at the Midsummer Classic Horse Show benefiting the Reece Center for Handicapped Riders. For more information please contact Keri Jamison at (678) 571-6834,, or visit ASHAG website at  


The show committee is looking forward to this year’s Midsummer Classic Horse Show. Pictured are (L-R) Christina Chatham, Abby Case, Keri Jamison, Shelby Reimer, Rachel Machamer. Not Pictured: Gray Chapman, Becca Acuff.

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