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Vendor Booth Location Change at World’s Championship Horse Show




Editor’s Note: The following information was received from Steed Enterprises and is helpful information for those who plan to attend the World’s Championship Horse Show.

This year, the Kentucky State Fairgrounds is undergoing construction of the East Wing.  Because of that, the tack vendor area has been relocated.  It will be back on the other side of the Stopher Walk - the covered walkway for horse traffic between the outside barns and the coliseum - and toward the end near those outside horse barns.  This is where we used to be years ago.

 

Please come and look us up there.  None of us vendors know our specific location until next week, but we do know the area.  The layout of the booth area is different than last year, so we hope you will take the time to visit all of us.  And if it looks like some vendors are closed, please remember that many of us are actually open from early morning until after the last class at night. 

 

We will all be there with your equine needs and desires.  So on behalf of all of our vendor friends, please stop by and visit.  We are always so glad to see you!

 

And on behalf of all of us at STEED Enterprises, Inc., as well as the rest of the vendors at the World’s Championship Horse Show . . . be safe and much luck!!!!

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