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Updated News and Show List for The Equine Roadster Cup



The Equine Roadster Cup incentive points are offered for the following Roadster to Bike divisions:
Open Roadster and Open Championship
Amateur Roadster and Amateur Championship
Limit and Novice Roadster to Bike
Ladies and Gentlemen Roadster to Bike

Note to all trainers and owners: You enter your horse like normal. The ERC only requires a $50 eligibility fee before you show, no other fee is required to us after that payment.

Updated Show List:
April 1-4, Pro Am Benefit Classic
April 22-25, River Ridge Charity
May 6-9, Bonnie Blue National
May 7-9, Mid-South Spring Premier
May 8-9, The May Classic
May 27-30, Devon Horse Show
May 30, American Road Horse &Pony
June 5-7, Jersey Classic Horse Show
June 2-6, Germantown Charity
June 10-13, Rock Creek
June 11-13, Brown Co. Charity
June 22 - June 27, Bourbon County Fair & Horse Show
June 24-27, Syracuse International
June 24-27, Shelby County Fair
June 24-27, Lawrenceburg
July 6-11, Lexington Junior League
July 21-25, Harrodsburg/Mercer County Fair
July 29-August 1, Shelbyville Horse Show
August 6-8, Boone County Fair Horse Show
September 8-12, All American Horse Classic
Harding County Fair and Horse Show
Kentucky State Championships
Sept. 30 - Oct. 3, Kentucky Fall Classic 

The website, www.equineservicesroadstercup.com will be updated as more shows join the program. 

The trainer of the high point incentive winner will receive a free stay at Dr. Bennett’s villa in St. Lucia! More details to come on that trip. Any questions, please contact Holly Russell 937-215-4192 or email lookslikespring@yahoo.com..

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