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Show Horse Preview to Be Held at Midwest Charity



UPHA Chapter 10 Secretary, Martha Thompson-Hoyt, announced that UPHA Chapter 10, in collaboration with the Mid America Horse Show Association, is making preparations for an innovative ‘Show Horse Preview’ to be held at the 2010 Midwest Charity Horse Show in Springfield, IL. The Preview, scheduled for Monday, June 14 at 7:00 p.m., will provide a sales showcase for a select group of the finest Saddlebreds, Hackneys and Morgans on the evening prior to the opening of the Midwest Charity Horse Show. Entries selected for the presentation will be promoted via email and listings on Show Horse Marketplace prior to the Preview. Doug Shiflet has been secured as the official photographer for the evening and DVDs will be made available after the event. 

Seating, catered appetizers and a cash bar will be provided during the Preview evening.  After the event, a live auction of art pieces designed by various equine artists will be held, with the proceeds to benefit the UPHA Pink Ribbon program.

Registration details for entries to be included in the Show Horse Preview will be announced shortly. For more information please contact Martha Thompson-Hoyt at uphachapter10@aol.com.

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