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Horse Show
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Date/Time
Sunday, June 15th 2014 - 9:30 am - 7:00 pm

Location
Carney Park

The Boots and Saddle Club Horse shows for 2014 are Sundays,  June 15 and July 6. Registration 9:30 and show at 10:00 am. Saturday, July 26. Registration 3:30 and show at 4:00 pm. The 2 day show is September 6-7. Registration 9:30 and shows at 10:00.

All shows will be at Carney Park in south O’Neill. Trophies or awards are given up to 6 places and high point awards in all age groups. Points are tabulated for all 4 shows to be given awards at the 2 day show in September. King and Queen member will be chosen on the June 1 show. Any questions about the shows or to become a Boots and Saddle Club member please call Bruce Cole at 336-1689 or Brenda Koenig at 485-2333.

 

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