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Upcoming Horse Trainers Basketball Game



 

Looking for some extra excitement during Tattersalls weekend, Friday, April 14th in Lexington, KY?

 

The Young Horse Trainers Committee of the UPHA is looking for all basketball FANS AND PLAYERS. They will be hosting an all-stars team of horse trainers 35 years and under vs. a team of trainers over 35. The highly anticipated game will be held at 7:00 PM, Friday, April 14th at the Lexington Christian Academy located at 450 W. Reynolds Road, Lexington, KY, just minutes from the sale.

 

The Young Horse Trainers are asking for a $10 donation to play and are selling tickets to the ‘big game’ for $12 in advance or $15 at the door. Checks may be payable to the UPHA (memo: B-ball Game) and your name will be placed on a list at the door. Young Horse Trainers will also be selling tickets during the Tattersalls sale.

 

Please contact Chad Graham at (859) 621-5531 ASAP if you would like to play for either team. For ticket information, contact either Chad at the above phone number or Jonelle Gardiner at (414) 899-9988 or e-mail UPHA35andUnder@hotmail.com. Checks may be mailed to:

 

UPHA
4059 Iron Works Parkway, Suite 2
Lexington, KY 40511
ATTN: Trainers' Basketball Game

 

Everyone’s participation will help make this fundraiser a success!

 

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