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Mississippi Charity Adds Classes and Changes Championship Requirements



The Mississippi Charity Horse Show, scheduled for March 26-28, has made a few changes and additions to this year's schedule. In previous years, you had to qualify to participate in a championship class, not this year. Below is a list of the classes that are added to the original schedule.

Class  57-A       Model Stake
Class 114-A      Park Pleasure 2 & 3 year old Amateur
Class 129          Trail Pleasure 2 & 3 year old Amateur
Class 130          All Day Pleasure

The event will be held at the Kirk Fordice Equine Center. Contact Robert Taylor at 601-942-0138 or Carol Lackey at 931-639-1199 or email info@mississippicharityhorseshow.com.

The judges for the show this year will be:
Frankie Jo Bradley
Sam Sorrell
Steve Beam
Dickie Scrivner
Rollie Beard 

Start Times: Thursday Afternoon - 1PM • Thursday Evening - 6PM • Friday Afternoon - 1PM •
Friday Evening - 6PM • Saturday Evening - 6PM

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