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Ricochet Memories to Retire

The Board of Directors of Southeastern Charity Horse Show has announced that Ricochet Memories SF (Guided By Memories x Fire And Ice FVF) will be retired on Friday night, Sept. 22, at the Southeastern Charity Horse Show.  This well-known 16-year-old gelding is owned by Soquili Stables LLC, Ron and Betty Moore of Woodstock, Ga., and is currently under the guidance of trainer Randy Stoess. He will be presented during the retirement ceremony by Shelby Reimer, his most recent rider at last year’s Kentucky State Fair and Southeastern Horse Shows. He will then be honored at the exhibitors’ party after the Friday evening performance.

Ricochet Memories is a winner of multiple world's championships at the Kentucky State Fair (as recently as 2005). He has won in both driving classes and under saddle at numerous shows including Southeastern Charity, Lexington Junior League, Rock Creek, JD Massey Classic, Blowing Rock and Dixie Cup Spring Classic. He has won from Michigan to Kentucky to Georgia in the best of company. Past owners and trainers who plan to attend include Christine Broder and Edward R. "Hoppy" Bennett from Shelbyville, Ky.

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