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Upcoming Scar Rule Clinics in Kentucky

The Bluegrass Pleasure and Walking Horse Association (BPWHA) would like to announce that it will be holding three Scar Rule Clinics in Kentucky in November. We welcome show horses of all disciplines and breeds to attend. The BPWHA is dedicated to showing sound horses, both pleasure and performance, so with this in mind we have arranged to hold the three Scar Rule Clinics in conjunction with the Horse Protection Commission (HPC), and the USDA.

We encourage all owners and trainers to bring their horses for inspection with no risk. The inspectors will not take any information about the horse or the owner. No tickets will be written. We will hold these clinics so that horse owners and trainers may come and ask questions and get information about the Scar Rule for educational purposes. We will hold these clinics at the places and times listed below.

The BPWHA is accepting applications for membership and for our judges program at this time. Anyone interested may go to and get an application for judges or membership. Membership applications accepted now will run through December 31, 2010. Judges applications must be received by December 20, 2009 to be eligible for testing for the 2010 judges list.

Scar Rule Dates, Locations, and Times

Saturday November 14, 2009
Prestonsburg Equine Center
1900 Chassity Road
Prestonsburg, KY
1 PM - 5 PM
We would like to thank the United Performance Racking Horse Breeders and Trainers Association (UPRHBTA) for their participation in the above event.

Sunday November 15, 2009
Tommy Loid's Barn
1100 South Mcelwain Road
Bowling Green, KY
1 PM - 5 PM

Saturday November 21, 2009
Alonzo Napier's Barn
287 Redwood Lane
Lancaster, KY
1 PM - 5 PM

For more information please call 606-271-0381

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