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Steve Allred To Judge Pin Oak Charity Horse Show



Steve Allred will judge the 2002 Pin Oak Charity Horse Show to be held March 27-30 at the Great Southwest Equestrian Center in Katy, Texas. Allred will judge the Saddle Horses, Roadsters and Road Ponies, Hackney and equitation. Show Manager Lenard Davenport has been hired to manage the Saddle Horse arena, while Glenn Petty returns as the General Manager. The Hunter and Jumper portion of the show will take place at a second arena, continuing for two weeks, beginning March 27 and ending April 7th, offering two Grand Prix events.

Pin Oak continues to offer some of the top prize money in the nation. A $7500 Five-Gaited Stake, $5,000 Three-Gaited Stake, $3,000 Fine Harness Stake, all UPHA Classic classes, as well as Grand National money make Pin Oak an appealing package. Top prize money is offered in all the championship classes, totaling well over $42,000. The exhibitor friendly show policy has drawn rave reviews, along with the parties, and beautiful flower filled show grounds. Expect no less, only more as the 2002 show continues to build on it’s reputation. Co-chairman Elly Berman stated that “2002 will have all the perks and pluses of the 2001 show, and we are expecting quite a few more horses.

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