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Rock Creek Horse Show Expands Schedule For 2015



The 78th annual Rock Creek Horse Show will be held June 2 - 6 at the historic Rock Creek Riding Club in Louisville.  Robert Gardiner from Ashland, MO will judge all classes.  New classes this year include: USEF Adult Medal, Walk/Trot Pleasure-12 and under qualifier and championship and championships for the Country Pleasure-Novice Rider and Show Pleasure-Novice Rider classes. 

In addition to the added classes, Rock Creek will participate in the newly formed Bluegrass Select Series, which is for beginner and mid-level horses and riders that do not compete at the World’s Championship Horse Show in Louisville.  Bluegrass Select Series qualifying classes for Amateur/Junior Exhibitor Five Gaited, Amateur/Junior Exhibitor Three Gaited, Amateur/Junior Exhibitor Five Gaited Pleasure, Amateur/Junior Exhibitor Three Gaited Pleasure and Amateur/Junior Exhibitor Country Pleasure will be held in a separate session on Wednesday, June 3 beginning at 6pm.  The Blue Grass Select Series Championship will be held at the Kentucky Fall Classic Horse Show in October.

For more information on the Rock Creek Horse Show log on to rockcreekhorseshow.com or contact Scarlett Mattson at scarlett@bbtel.com or (270) 547-2407 or Beth Snider at bethandscott@kih.net or (502) 314-7960.

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