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Mid-South Quarter Horse Association Liberty Circuit
The Mid-South Quarter Horse Association (MSQHA) held its Liberty Circuit horse show on the 4th of July weekend, July 4-5, 2020 at the Show Place Arena in Memphis, TN. Classes took place in both the covered outdoor arena and the indoor arena. Find the show bill with a full list of classes also on the MSQHA website. The show offered four sets of AQHA points with (A) judges for the show Louis Hufnagle and Clark Scoggin on Saturday; David Terrell on Sunday, and (B) judges Bruce Brown and Carolyn Johnson.
Show manager Trena Moffett said, “The show was twice as big as the 2019 Liberty Circuit, with around 450 entries each day. We were late into the night finishing on Saturday, but when you have lots of horses, then that's to be expected. And we had a lot of great horses there to show! The show did give circuit awards, but didn't do any all-around awards this time. The website horseshowtracker.com has all of the results posted. Gary took some really good photos! We did have a pretty flag presentation on Saturday to commemorate the 4th. It was hot, but all in all a great weekend!”
As with other shows at the arena, restrictions/rules set forth by the Shelby County Health Department as of 6/22/20 were posted on the MSQHA website (http://www.midsouthquarterhorse.com) and were supposed to be followed. The Shelby County Health Dept. rules required social distancing of 6 feet or more between individuals constantly throughout the entire show grounds and facial coverings were required to be worn in the indoor arena, with the exception of those competing. But very few people wore a face covering. Fortunately, there was a low number of spectators in the indoor arena.The next Mid-South QHA show will be the Turkey Circuit, November 28-29, 2020.
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