KyEHC Benefit Horse Show

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    Blue ribbonsThe easiest way to help the KyEHC may also be the most fun. On Saturday, September 12 the KyEHC hosts its annual all-breed charity horse show at Masterson Station Park in Lexington, Ky.

    Bring your horse to compete in dressage, jumping or both for the combined test. There is also a pleasure ring for horses of all breeds and types. Stalls are available if you don’t want to show out of your trailer. Best of all, coats and braiding are optional!

    If you’ve adopted your horse from a rescue organization, this is the show for you. The pleasure ring offers two classes for rescue horses: Adopted Horse In-Hand and Adopted Horse Pleasure. There are also walk/trot, walk/trot/canter and leadline classes open to all horses, as well as my personal favorite, the Ride A Buck. Maybe this will be the show where I finally win it.

    Masterson Station is a very equestrian-friendly park with a cross-country course and lots of open spaces to ride in when you’re not in the show ring. If you are within reasonable driving distance of Lexington, gather your barn friends and come on out for this fun show. You’ll compete in a friendly, low-key environment and support a great cause.

    Get all the details, including the prize list, at www.kyehc.org

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    Leslie Potter
    Leslie Potter is a graduate of William Woods University where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Equestrian Science with a concentration in saddle seat riding and a minor in Journalism/Mass Communications. She is currently a writer and photographer in Lexington, KY.Potter worked as a barn manager and riding instructor and was a freelance reporter and photographer for the Horsemen's Yankee Pedlar and Saddle Horse Report before moving to Lexington to join Horse Illustrated as Web Editor from 2008 to 2019. Her current equestrian pursuits include being a grown-up lesson kid at an eventing barn and trail riding with her senior Morgan gelding, Snoopy.

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