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Stewart County Halloween Fun Show


2014/12/01







Legend Acres closed out the 2014 Stewart County Open Horse Show Season with a Halloween Fun Show on November 1, 2014.  Legend Acres Barn Manager Taylor Serafin started the show, carrying the American flag while riding Roany, as the National Anthem played.

The cold weather did not stop the children and grown-ups from enjoying the Halloween Fun Show. People of all ages, and even horses, were dressed in costumes, competing for prizes for the best costume. During intermission, there were games for the children, such as the boot scramble and sack races, with prizes for the winners.  

The horse show offered classes such as, Western Pleasure, Hunt Seat, Gaited Classes, and Speed Events.  Judging the classes were Joe Griffy of the UT Extension Office and David Rosengrant of Dover, TN.  

Legend Acres sends a big thanks to all the sponsors who made this show season possible:  Joe Griffy of the Stewart County UT Extension Office; Olivia Wann and Associates, Attorneys at Law; Charles Parks, Jr. of Parks and Associates; Mike and Brenda Smith of Hometown Meat Market. The Stewart County Band Boosters ran the concession stand for the show season.  

The 2015 Show Season stars the third Saturday of May and continues through the third Saturday in October, when the season will close with another Halloween Fun Show. Shows are held at the Stewart County Riding Arena, 245 Sandy Road, Dover, TN 37058.  For more information on Stewart County Open Horse Shows, please visit http://www.legendacresboarding.com/horse_shows.html or contact Legend Acres at 931-232-6044.
 

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