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Southern Saddlebred Fall Finale Deadline for Added Classes

In an effort to avoid “class overdose” at the Fall Finale horse show, management is requiring a minimum of 3 entries to add a class.  “We built in several opportunities to Add-A-Class during the Friday morning performance,” stated Show Manager Scarlett Mattson.  “We have sponsors for these classes, but need at least 3 entries in each one in order to add it to the schedule.” 

ASB Three Gaited Limit Rider

ASB Five Gaited Pleasure Limit Horse

ASB Three Year Old Park

ASB Hunter Country Pleasure

ASB Five Gaited Country Pleasure

ASB Western Pleasure Prospect Open

If you are interested in participating in any of these classes, please contact Scarlett at or 270-547-2407.  Added classes will be decided and announced on September 25th.  Watch the website, for updates.  Entries for both the show and the sale close October 1st.

Nashville PITTIE is the designated charity for the 2013 Fall Finale.  They are an advocacy group whose goal is to restore the Pit Bull’s positive image by: dispelling myths surrounding the breeds called “Pit Bulls” through education, promoting responsible ownership, and promoting spay/neuter programs and the importance thereof. Nashville PITTIE strives to bring to light the true character of the Pit Bull and the invaluable contributions they make as family pets and service companions, as they have for generations. They will host a Silent Auction on Friday and Saturday evening of the horse show. If you have an item that you would like to donate to the auction, please bring it to the show.  We appreciate your contributions and support!

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