On Sunday, April 14, 2013 Spring Run Stables will be hosting their spring dressage horse show at their stables in Prospect, Kentucky.
This event is sanctioned by the Kentucky Dressage Association and Mid-South Eventing and Dressage Association.
All USEA dressage tests are year 2010 and all USDF tests are year 2011.
USEA Classes being offered are: Training Level tests 1-3 Open, Beginner Novice Tests A and B Open, Novice Tests A and B Open, Training Tests A and B Open, Preliminary Tests A and B Open, Intermediate Test A Open
USDF Classes being offered are: Intro A Walk/Trot Novice Horse, Intro A Walk/Trot Novice Rider, Intro B Walk/Trot Open, Intro C Walk/Trot/Canter Open, 1st Level Tests One - Two - Three Open, 2nd Level Tests One, Two, Three Open, 4th Level Tests One - Two Open, Test of Choice Open (must specify) Classes with too few entries may be canceled or combined.
Entry fees are as follows: $20 per class plus $5.00 per rider medical fee.
The Show Secretary is Susan L. Harris. All entries must be accompanied by a copy of a current negative coggins test and checks for entry fees then mailed to the show secretary at: 10200 Covered Bridge Road, Prospect, KY 40059 by the closing date of April 7, 2013. No phone or email entries accepted. For questions or more information call: 502-228-3456 or 502-643-2364.
The full showbill and entry form can be accessed here.
Spring Run Stables is located at 10200 Covered Bridge Road, Prospect, KY 40059.
Photo: Courtesy of Spring Run Stables
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