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Syracuse International and Penn Ohio Announce Replacement Judges



The Syracuse International Horse Show and the Penn Ohio All Morgan Horse Show have announced replacement judges for their upcoming horse shows. The replacement judges will be stepping in for Rock Walker who is recovering from a serious auto accident. The America Saddle Horse Association (ASHA) of New York has enlisted Ken Swanson of Raleigh, North Carolina, to serve as judge for the Morgan division at the Syracuse International Horse Show, to be held June 25th-28th at the New York State Fairgrounds.Mr. Swanson will be joining Charles Herbert (Saddlebred) and Lisa Marsh-White (National Show Horse) as judges at this year’s show.Further information and/or prize lists may be obtained by contacting the show co-chairmen, Mary Hall-Fisk at hallstonmanor@direcpc.com or (315) 695-7252 or (315) 695-5834 or Michelle Goodfellow at tgoodfel@twcny.rr.com or (315) 676-7526. The Penn Ohio All Morgan Horse Show has announced that Chris Nelsen, Pinehurst, NC has been hired to judge the show which will be held July 4-6, 2003 in Meadville, Pennsylvania. For further information or to receive a prize list, contact Linda Stewart at Lkaway@aol.com or by phone at 330-334-3883.

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