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Horse Shows Will Benefit Crumley House

Originally published: 2013-05-01 11:03:19
Last modified: 2013-05-01 11:03:18
 



FROM The Greeneville Neighbor News

LIMESTONE, Tenn. -- The Riding Club at Crumley House will “Celebrate America.” In late July, two horse shows will at the club’s showgrounds on Urbana Road in Limestone, benefiting the Crumley House Brain Rehabilitation Center.

The riding club produces monthly shows to raise money to support the valuable work of Crumley House, where the show facilities are located. 

 

A patriotic theme was chosen for these two special shows by the board of directors as a way to celebrate our country’s birthday and provide a fun and exciting event for participants as well as spectators.

The shows are scheduled July 27 and 28 with the gates to open at 4 p.m. and competition to begin at 6 p.m.  The Friday evening show will feature hunter and western classes while the Saturday show will complete the weekend with gaited competition. 

 

A $100 prize will be given each night for the horse with the most points during that show. Additional monetary awards will be given at each show in a special “trainer’s class” which will put the coaches and instructors in the limelight and on the hot seat. Trophies and ribbons will be awarded to winners both nights.  Class lists for each show will be posted soon on the website at http://www.crumleyridingclub.com and in flyers to be distributed at area businesses.

Sponsors are being sought to help with production of these charity shows. Businesses or individuals who would like to help with the club’s work please contact a member of the board of directors listed on the website.

For additional information on the shows contact show chairman David Olmstead at 423-639-4883 or club president Gary Thielfoldt at 423-639-1088.  Admission is $5 for adults and $2 for children 6-18. Children under five are free. Club memberships may be purchased at the shows which provide free family admission for all shows which are held through October.

If you love horses and enjoy exciting competition put on your best red, white and blue and join the riding club for two fun nights in support of a great cause.

 
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