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Renée Lavery to Judge All New Germantown Charity Horse Show



The Germantown Charity Horse Show is pleased to announce Renée Lavery from Sharon Center, Ohio, to be judging the Saddlebred division during the horse show’s 56th annual run from June 8-12, 2004.

This year’s show promises to be fresh in several regards. Horse Show President Jimmy Chancellor started his two-year period in office by appointing two new managers for the multi-breed show. Charles Byron of Hartselle, Ala., will take over the management of the Saddlebreds, Hackney Ponies and Road Horses as well as the Walking Horses, while Kent Moeller of Chesterfield, Va., will be overseeing the Hunter/Jumper division. The new managers have met with the Germantown Charity officials on several occasions, and as a result, numerous revisions have been made in the class schedule and social activities.

A welcome reception has been planned for Monday afternoon so that everyone can have a chance to get together before show time and to meet the new managers along with some of the people of Germantown, who work tirelessly all year long to make each year’s show hopefully a little more memorable than the year’s before. Some other new activities planned include a golf tournament and a fish fry.

Other improvements include two new permanent barns, leaving only one barn to be replaced before next year’s show, and plans for better practice areas for horses during the hectic show schedule.

To request a copy of the new prize list and for more information about this year’s Germantown Charity Horse Show, please contact the horse show office at (901) 754-0009, or visit our web site at www.GCHS.org. If you prefer, Charles Byron may be contacted at (256) 773-4594 and Kent Moeller at (804) 363-3085.

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