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Oldham County Saddle Club Offers Saddlebred Classes at June Show



Oldham County Saddle Club will be offering Saddlebred classes at their June Weekend Show. The show will be held at the Shelbyville Fairgrounds in Shelbyville, KY. The show will begin on Saturday, June 27 with a full slate of open horse show classes starting at 10am. The Saddlebred, Arab, Morgan classes will not start prior to 6:30pm on Saturday evening. Sunday will feature another slate of open show classes starting at 10am. Any breed is welcome and encouraged to participate in our show series. The show is qualifying for KAFHS (Kentucky Association of Fairs and Horse Shows) and has been registered with the American Saddlebred Horse Association.

Garner said, “I have had several trainers ask us for classes since we moved our shows to the Shelbyville Fairgrounds last year. We thought this would be a great way for young horses to experience a horse show without having to go too far and allowing those that needed a qualifying class to get that in too!”

The show schedule and complete information can be found on the club’s website: www.oldhamcountysaddleclub.com. Stalls are available on a pre-paid basis. For show information, please contact Sarah Liebert-Garner at 502-744-5190 or via email oldhamcountysaddleclub@gmail.com.

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