Virginia Spring Breakout Coming Up in March
The March 15-17 show entices exhibitors with prizes and added money for Versatility Ranch Horse, trail, walk-trot and more.
January 14, 2019
From the Virginia Quarter Horse Association
The Virginia Spring Breakout is right around the corner: March 15-17 in Lexington, Virginia.
Home of the Virginia Maiden Class, the Virginia Spring Breakout also offers:
- Versatility Ranch Horse classes! There will be an award for high-point VRH open horse and amateur horse of a headstall sponsored by J.R. Wenger Custom Saddles.
- Trail exhibitors, win some cash! Added money sponsored by Perfect Prep Products, makers of Perfect Prep, and Paniolo Enterprises. Spring Trail Breakout: $2,500 added money for trail. Highest scoring exhibitor under all four judges will receive $500 in each of these divisions: green, youth, amateur/Select and all age. $250 in each of these divisions: Level 1 amateur and Level 1 youth. Tim Kimura patterns.
- Walk/trot and walk/jog jackpot classes! $25 entry fee. $10 goes to jackpot with $100 added per judge. Random drawing in each class. The walk/trot class will draw for a hunt seat jacket donated by A Bit More and the walk/jog class will draw for a show pad donated by Miranda Grove.
LOCATION: Virginia Horse Center, Lexington, Virginia
JUDGES: Robin Frid, Garth Gooding, Curtis Reynolds, Tracy Willis
SHOW SECRETARY: Linda Falls
SHOW MANAGER: Suzanne Gonzales, 703-201-2915 Call or Text. Email: SuzanneGonzales228@gmail.com
STALLS: $150 Barns 5 and 6 – must prepay, $115 for all other stalls – no prepay
Send checks to: Suzanne Gonzales, 8376 Middleway Pike, Charles Town, WV 25414. Make checks out to Suzanne Gonzales or PAYPAL to SuzanneGonzales228@gmail.com
HOST HOTEL: Quality Inn of Lexington 540-463-6400
CAMPERS: $40 per night. Reserve online: www.horsecenter.org or call Stable Office 540-464-2966
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