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Tampa charity horse show to celebrate 70th anniversary

The Tampa Charity Horse Show Association, Inc. is pleased to announce that the 70th anniversary Tampa Charity Horse Show will be held March 4-8, 2003 at the Florida State Fairgrounds. Jack Nevitt will judge the Saddlebred, Roadster, Pony, Harness and Equitation divisions while Belle Hufferd will mark the cards for the Morgan division.

The show, which benefits the Scottish Rite Foundation of Florida, is one of the oldest shows in the Southeast. The 2003 show will include such highlights as a $2500 ASB Trainer’s High Point Jackpot, a Junior Judging Contest and wonderful hospitality. Featured classes include the ASHAF Jr. Exhibitor Driving Challenge events as well as a Grand National ASB Three-Gaited English Country Pleasure Jr. Exhibitor Stake.

The brand new host hotel for 2003 will be the Hilton Garden Inn, which will offer a $99 horse show rate. For reservations, dial (813) 626-6700.

Prize lists will be mailed January 1, 2003. For additional information, contact Becky Buffington at [email protected] or at (813) 926-6974 (evenings only).

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