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VFW Ladies Auxiliary Host 204 Entries



by Renee Isaacs

GREENSBURG, Ky. – The VFW Ladies Auxiliary Charity horse show was May 15, having been rescheduled due to rain. The show was a success with 204 entries, collecting nearly 100 sponsors. Sam Howard judged the 36-class event.

J & H Stables won the blue ribbon tally with five blues for the evening. Martin Stables followed with three blues and Grider Stables and Highland Stables claimed two each. Brent Grider rode Santana’s Hurricane to the walking stake honors for the Tommy Grider family. Michelle Lamb made a long trip from Lambertville, New Jersey, to win the Amateur Park Performance class.

The VFW Ladies Auxiliary sends out a special thank you to all of their sponsors, exhibitors, trainers, owners and their VFW members. They deeply appreciate your support. “We hope everyone had a safe and good time at our show and good luck to everyone throughout the 2009 season,” said a VFW member.

Complete results can be viewed by clicking here.
 

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