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The SGF Winning Ways Whinnies Youth Club undertook the UPHA Pink Ribbon class at the recent Pin Oak Charity Horse Show as its spring community service project. This group of hard working youngsters teamed up and raised over $2,200 for the Race for the Cure in just a three-week period. They sold the "Celebrate Courage" bracelets throughout the Tomball community and during the horse show. The top sales person was Alyssa De Los Santos, one of their academy riders. A celebration will be held for the kids on Sunday, April 19.

Also, the third annual SGF Winning Ways Horse Show is scheduled for May 23. Tommy Benton of Baton Rouge, La., will serve as the judge for this year’s event, which will feature over 30 classes in a multi-breed event. The show is a Kentucky State Fair qualifying show that includes several new classes. Some of these are a UPHA Park Pleasure Classic, a Saddle & Bridle Hunt Seat Classic and a Five-Gaited Jackpot class. Also, new to the show this year is an exhibitors’ "get-together" immediately following the last class of the day. Please contact May or Steve Chadick at 281-357-1573 for more information regarding this fun-filled event.

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