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Plans Underway For 2004 Oklahoma Centennial

The Oklahoma Centennial Horse Show announced today the show will take place April 14 - 18, 2004, at the Oklahoma State Fair Park in Oklahoma City. The Centennial will hold a full class schedule for Saddlebreds and Morgans along with full divisions for Hackney Ponies and Roadsters. The show will offer a Carriage division and English and Western classes open to all breeds. Something new for Centennial 2004 will be an Academy division to showcase our up and coming junior and adult riders.

"We're very excited to keep this historical and grand horse show on the schedule,” acknowledged Fern Bittner, show manager. "We are pleased to offer competitors a magnificent venue like Oklahoma City to bring out their exciting young show horses and give everyone a terrific place to begin their show season.”

The 16th annual Oklahoma Centennial Horse Show will once again benefit the Coffee Creek Riding Center, a therapeutic horsemanship program located in Edmond, Okla. For more information regarding sponsorship packages, please visit the Centennial web site. Show officials will be announced in coming months. The prize list and more information will soon be available through the web site, There is something for everyone at the Oklahoma Centennial Horse Show, so make your plans now to join us in Oklahoma City in April of 2004!

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