DEXTER – “Save Gas… Ride Local” - The North Country Riding Club is celebrating Independence weekend by hosting an Equitation Horse Sunday, July 6th with members and participants coming from all over Central & Northern Maine. Judge Jayne Gray will be presiding over the show. Riders’ ages range from youngsters to the young at heart.
The upcoming July Equitation Show has 47 Classes focusing on everything from halter classes, English & Western classes to Lead Line for the youngest rider, costume, draft / draft-cross halter class and jumping.
For the July show this year there will be added classes for members of the Maine Appy Club (MeAPHC), but any Appaloosa riders can participate. These classes will not count toward NCRC day/year end award, but will for MeAPHC.
The NCRC shows are at Bud Elms Field in the North Country Riding Club Arena in Dexter. Show registration is at 7 am to 8:15 am; Show time is 8:30 AM and will be held rain or shine (unless extreme conditions). All horses must have current rabies and coggins papers upon entering the Show Grounds for the safety of all horses.
Free spectator admission
Food available for spectators and riders all day cooked by Brandon’s Dogs
So grab the lawn chairs & load the family in the car and enjoy a family event during the 4th of July weekend.
The public is also invited to NCRC monthly meeting the last Wednesday of the month at 6 pm and are held in the summer at the show ring at Bud Elms Field in Dexter. You don’t have to own a horse to come and enjoy horse talk or volunteer during horse shows and events
For further information, contact us by email info@DexterRidingClub.com or call Media Correspondent Judy Wilbur Craig at 207.924.3067.
NCRC next horse show will be the biggest show of the season; Wild West Weekend Equitation Show on Sunday, August 3rd.
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