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    The third mini horse trial of the 42 Fleur De Lis Mini Trial Series to take plac
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    The 42 Fleur De Lis Mini Trial Series is a series of one day mini horse trials put on by several local farms. These one day horse trials are more affordable and done in a more relaxed atmosphere than the bigger USEA/USEF sanctioned shows without compromising safety.

    The mission statement of the 42 Fleur De Lis (42FDL) Mini Trials Series is to promote the sport of Eventing within the local one day Mini Trial Events starting at the Baby Starter level through the nationally recognized lower levels. 42 FDL will offer fair and safe competitions, year end awards, and educational opportunities to expand the goals and knowledge of our members and community at large.

    The third leg of the series will be held at Lands End Farm on July 8, which is located at 4407 West US 42, Goshen, KY. For more information on this mini horse trial call Martha Lambert of Lands End Farm at 502-773-2981. To download an entry form go here. The closing date for this show has been extended to July 4, 2012 so you still have time to enter.

    Also new to the upcoming mini horse trial at Lands End Farm is a dressage/combined test show included in the mini trial. For more information go to the Lands End Farm link above for more information and to access the entry form.

    For more information on the 42 Fleur De Lis Mini Trial Series you can go to a prior article about it here.

    Logo: Courtesy of the 42 Fleur De Lis Mini Trial

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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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