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     Louisville Equestrian Center (LEC) will be hosting a Winter Tournament tomorrow, Saturday, February 23, 2013 at their facility. They host a series of these winter tournaments that are smaller and less formal shows that are a good way to introduce riders to showing.

    Several other barns will be participating at this show and bringing in riders and horses: Zubrod Stables, Jo Cornell Stables, Cattail Creek Stables

    The schedule of classes for this show is as follows:

    8:30 AM - Walk Trot Canter

    11:30 AM - Lead Line

    12:00 PM - Intermediate Walk Trot

    1:30 PM - Beginning Walk Trot

    The 4H Club at LEC will be providing concessions as a fundraiser at this event and spectators are welcome to come watch for free.

    This past Saturday American Saddlebred Youth Convention participants came to visit the Louisville Equestrian Center. Over 200 kids from all over the country and Canada got a tour and watched a demonstration by one of LEC’s Step Ahead Saddlebreds Drill Team.

    American Saddlebred Youth Convention participants at LEC.

    At the Convention two of LEC’s riders, Brianna V. and Haley M., received awards for the Junior Judging skills at the show this summer.

    To find out more about what is happening at LEC go to their website here.

    LEC is located at 2612 South English Station Road in Louisville, KY 40299-4848.

    Photos: Courtesy of Louisville Equestrian Center

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    About Sandy Dolan

    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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