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Rock Creek Fall Horse Show Expands Format and Adds Classes



The Rock Creek Riding Club will host their Fall Horse Show, which includes the Kentuckiana Regional Academy Championships, on September 23-24.  The show will provide an opportunity for entry-level riders and horses to show successfully on a level playing field.  The show will offer a full schedule of Limit Horse and LimitRider/Driver classes for Saddlebreds, Hackney Ponies, Roadsters and Academy, as well as hosting qualifying classes for the Bluegrass Select Series.  Judging the show will be Gayle Lampe from Fulton, Missouri.  Added classes include:

 

Class 11 - Open Hunter Pleasure - Limit Horse
Class 14 - Open Western Pleasure - Limit Horse
Class 27 - Open English Pleasure - Limit Horse
Class 28 - 10 & Under Walk/Trot
Class 29 - Country Pleasure Driving - Limit Driver

 

For show information contact Beth Snider at (502) 314-7960 or bethandscott@kih.net or visit the show’s website at rockcreekhorseshow.com.  For academy information contact Michelle Cole at (502) 893-7792 or signaturestables@gmal.com.

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