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Pine Spur Hunt Club Announces Horse Show



The Pine Spur Hunt Club would like to announce that on July 13, 2013 they will be hosting their 60th Annual Horse Show in Vinton, VA. In order to focus all their attention on making this 60th show a wonderful celebration and the best show possible, the Horse Show Committee has decided to forgo having a Spring Show that is typically held in April.

The Pine Spur Hunt Club show grounds features permanent stalls, ample parking for trailers, our famous “Cook Shack”, a permanent warm up ring and, large show ring. 

Please mark your calendars accordingly and make plans to join us July 13th, 2013 as we celebrate 60 years of great horses and family fun. 

This year, a portion of our show proceeds will be benefiting The Therapeutic Riding Association of Virginia Horse Show (Oct. 5th &6th at the Virginia Horse Center) Contact Horse Show Chairman Marie Jackson at 540-890-2284 or Judy Carter 540-798-8523 jcarter62@verizon.net  for programs and show information and Tommy Barron at 540-890-2211 for stall reservations.

Watch for updates on our judges and any other important announcements on the Pine Spur Hunt Club Facebook page.

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