Horse show in Terry set for June 5 - 6


  The North East Quater Horse Association, is holding it’s first annual horse show in Terry June 5 and 6 at the      Prairie County Fairgrounds. It is free to the public.

This is an open show, which means it is open to all ages and all breads of horses. Entry forms are available onlineat www.visitterrymontana.com. One Entry form per horse and rider.
Class fees are $7.00 per class or $35.00 for all day for the 8 and under; 9-13; 14-18. Open and novice are $50.00 for all day. 
This is a two day show. There will be two specialty classes the “Pretty in Pink” class. Class fees will be donated to Breast Cancer Research. It should be a fun class and will be a walk, trot only in a Western Pleasure class. 
Folks are encouraged to wear pink and lots of bling. Free Style Reining will be offered as a Jackpot class, so cash prizes are available.
A community supper will be held on June 5, 5 pm-7 pm. Biff and Bens of Billings will cater the supper. It is $8.00 and will include Hardwood smoked brisket sandwich, homemade kettle chips and water. Homemade cherry cobbler and ice cream will top off the evening menu.
For more information please call Ally at 486-5447. 

Published June 2, 2010

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