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    Bluegrass Saddle Club in Shepherdsville, Kentucky, to host IBRA/KGBRA/KMBRA sanc
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    Bluegrass Saddle Club will host a barrel racing show on July 6 that is sanctioned by IBRA/KGBRA/KMBRA. There is  80% payback on all classes. Warm ups start at 6 pm with the show beginning at 7:30 pm.

    Classes and entry fees are as follows:

    Warm Up Barrels (pay at the gate) - $3.00

    Warm Up Poles (pay at the gate) - $3.00

    1. 2D Youth Poles - $10.00

    2. 2D Open Poles - $15.00

    3. Pee Wee Barrels (100% payback) - $5.00

    4. 2D Open Flags - $20.

    5. 3D Youth Barrels (4D if more than 76 entries) - $15.00

    6. 2D Adult Barrels (3D if more than 30 entries) - $15.00

    7. 3D Open Barrels (4D if more than 76 entries) - $27.00

    8. Master Barrels - $15.00

    There is a $3.00 gate fee per person if a non-member of BGSC, maximum $10 per family. Free to BGSC members and kids under 10.

    For Masters class rollover you must designate rollover time at time of entry and have paid for the Open and Masters classes and ran only once. To access the full showbill go to the IBRA website here.

    Contact persons are as follows:

    Brian Corder - 502-510-0058, President

    Karen Ellery - 502-345-1991,Vice President

    Chris Hancock - 502-409-1313, Secretary

    Angela Branham, 502-767-3072, Treasurer

    Bluegrass Saddle Club is located at 365 West 1st Street, Shepherdsville, Kentucky.

    Logo: Courtesy of IBRA

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    Owner of Cedar Ridge Farm which operates a children's horseback riding lesson program in Greenville, IN. I have been involved with equine welfare and rescue activities. We have successfully rehomed at risk horses and retrained off the track thoroughbred racehorses in new careers in hunter/jumper, eventing, dressage, and barrel racing disciplines.

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