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UPHA Chapter 5 Schedule Updates



The UPHA Chapter 5 Horse Show has added several classes and made two schedule adjustments to accommodate young riders with school schedule issues. The added classes are Ladies Fine Harness, Open Opportunity Western Pleasure, and the Open Opportunity Western Pleasure Championship.

Ladies Fine Harness will be the first class on Wednesday night, listed as class 17a. The Opportunity Western Pleasure qualifier will be during the Thursday matinee between classes 58 and 59, listed as class 58a. The Opportunity Western Pleasure Championship will be held Saturday night between classes 151 and 152, listed as 151a.

The two junior exhibitor classes that are moving are class 20 Junior Exhibitor Morgan Hunter Pleasure and class 99 Junior Exhibitor Morgan Pleasure Driving. The Hunter Pleasure class moves from Wednesday night to Thursday night, between classes 74 and 75. It will still be listed as class 20. The Pleasure Driving class moves from the Friday matinee to Friday evening between classes 108 and 109. It will still be listed as class 99.

For more information, contact show manager David “Tuffy” Owens at 602-579-3738 or davidwowens@hotmail.com. You can also visit the show’s website at www.UPHAChapter5.com

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