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UPHA Chapter 9 To Hold Fundraiser

UPHA Chapter 9 will present the first annual Horsemen and Women All Ages Sale. The event will take place Thursday, Oct. 2, during the Kentucky Fall Classic Horse Show in the clubhouse lounge, located by the show ring. A cocktail hour beginning at 6 p.m. , will feature entertainment by musicians Chad Graham and multi-World's Champion Gabe Deknatel. Finger food will be provided by Keith Kurz/Honeybaked Ham and a cash bar will also be available.

The auction will begin at 7 p.m. Consignments will include dinners with bachelors such as World's Champion Clark Clouse, Reserve World's Champion Billy Jarrell, and Nathan Greenwell.Horsemen and women such as multi-world's champion Melissa Moore, World's Champion instructor Jo Cornell, and World's Grand Champion John Conatser will sell with free lessons, barn tours, opportunities to watch horses work and more. Come bid on your favorite! Tickets are $10 in advance and $12 at the door with discounted rates for children under 10. Bidders must be 18 and over or accompanied by an adult. A complete list of consignments will appear on and other Saddlebred internet sites.

For more information or to purchase tickets, contact Heather Marchiafava, 859-879-8322 (before 3 p.m.) or 859-552-5983 (after 3 p.m.), or Andrea Nelson, 859-533-8133.

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