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River Ridge Announces Judge

The River Ridge Charity Horse Show is set to take place April 27-30, 2011 at the Ohio Expo Coliseum, Columbus OH. The show benefits the Central Ohio Diabetes Womens Board Scholarship & Camp Hamwi.

This year’s judge will be Tom Bombolis, Stillwater MN, for American Saddlebred & Hackney/Harness, and Nancy Becker, Nicholasville KY, Morgan, S/E, Open Division.

We are excited to announce that Seehorse Video Productions will be doing live web-streaming for the show. Lynn Hutchinson will be handling all reservations for the web-streaming.

New for the 2011 show will be Three & Five Gaited Amateur Masters classes, Three & Five Gaited Ladies Championships, Jr. Exhibitor Western Country Pleasure, Five Gaited Pony and Amateur Roadster Pony Championship.

The highly popular Silent Auction will again benefit CODA - This is being handled by Coleen Martin, Lost Fortune Stables, London OH.

We anticipate a "Sold Out" vendors Row.

Prize lists will be mailed in February. To be on the mailing list, contact Dayne Maple, 740 464 5053 or write You can also contact Barbara Dunham at 740 352 8562 or

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