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The All New Kentucky Fall Classic



The 2009 Kentucky Fall Classic Horse Show is scheduled for September 30 - October 3 in the new indoor arena at the Kentucky Horse Park. The show will benefit Cardinal Hill Rehabilitation Hospital with a special "Pink" night to benefit The Lexington Cancer Foundation. Friday’s "Pink" performance will end with the UPHA Five-Gaited Ladies Stake to benefit the Susan G. Komen Foundation and a "pink" dessert party.

Wednesday evening will feature an opening ceremony to celebrate the new arena and a welcome BBQ dinner after the performance. The show also features the Bluegrass Futurity Classes and Stallion Auction Dinner. Saturday afternoon’s performance will include the Kentucky State Academy Championships. And popular pumpkin decorating contest. New to the show this year is the $10,000 Equine Services Roadster Cup Grand Championship, added to the feature of Championship and Stake classes Saturday evening. Maria Gilman will serve as the judge for this years show.

For more information or to request a prize list, please contact Chuck Walker, cewalker9876@yahoo.com , or Scarlett Mattson, scarlet@bbtel.com. We welcome your sponsorship of and participation in the show. To contribute or make a cancer tribute with a $20 Pink ribbon salute, please contact Tammie Conatser, tammie@carriagelanefarm.com.

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