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Germantown Charity Horse Show Breed Classes


Legendary Prince, Jack Swanson (4th)

Texas Playboy, Riley Lipschitz (2nd)

Texas Playboy, Riley Lipschitz (2nd)

Best Beau, Carolyn Hardaway (3rd)

Winner: Walterway’s Latest News, Ginny Beth Norton (1st)
The unique aspect of the Germantown Charity Horse Show is that a variety of horse breeds are represented, each with their own special show talents. There are flat-shod Tennessee Walking Horses, American Saddlebreds, Gypsy Vanners, Paso Finos, Single-Footing and Racking Horses. Every night of the show offered a sampling of these various types of horses. And, of course, the hunters and jumpers are comprised of a variety of breeds, too.

Both English and western styles of riding are utilized, and there was a good representation of sidesaddle riding at the show.
Speed Racking Classes are a crowd favorite, as they get to cheer for their favorites and love the speed when the sign is given to Rack On!

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