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Rock Creek Adds Two Classes and Valet Parking!



The Rock Creek Horse Show, held June 10-13, has added two new classes to its schedule for junior exhibitor drivers. Wednesday evening, class 15a will be Junior Exhibitor Show Pleasure Driving. On Thursday evening, class 32a will be Junior Exhibitor Hackney Pony Pleasure Driving.

Also new this year will be a valet parking service on the show grounds at the Rock Creek Riding Club. Catering will be done by The Silver Spoon, and the clubhouse will be open for dinner at 5 p.m. each night. The horse show will begin at 7 p.m. every night except Thursday, when the always fun Leadline and Stick Horse classes will begin at 6:30 p.m. A television will be set up on the clubhouse deck so that those catching a late meal can still keep up with the action in the show ring.

It is once again shaping up to be a fantastic week at Rock Creek, with top competition and a picturesque atmosphere that is unmatched. Contact Scarlett Mattson at (270) 547-2407 or scarlett@bbtel.com or Beth Snider at 502-314-7960 or bethandscott@kih.net.

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