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SHOW Horse Cards On Sale

SHELBYVILLE, Tenn. – The SHOW HIO now has 2010 Horse Cards on sale.  The cards, which register a horse for inspection in 2010, can be purchased by going online to the SHOW web site, calling the SHOW office or stopping by its office in Shelbyville, Tenn.

Recently the SHOW HIO introduced a new fee structure for 2010.  The fee structure, which allows horse show management to pay no affiliation or inspection fees, calls for all horses that show at SHOW HIO affiliated events to have a SHOW Horse Card.  An annual card costs $100 and allows a horse to go through inspection an unlimited number of times in 2010 with no inspection fee.

For horses that show only a limited number of times or who only have the opportunity to exhibit at a limited number of SHOW HIO events, there is a $25 day card that qualifies a horse to go through inspection an unlimited number of times that day at that event.

Upon purchasing a Horse Card, the trainer and owner will be issued a physical card that has the horse’s name, registration number, owner name and address as well as other pertinent information regarding the identification of the horse.

To purchase online click here and fill out the form and pay with a credit card.  If needed you can print the form and mail it with appropriate payment to the SHOW office at PO Box 167, Shelbyville, TN 37162.  If you have questions you can reach the SHOW office at 931-684-9506.

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