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Horse show to benefit youth

El Paso Countyís 4-H Horse Advisory Committee invites horse owners of all ages in the Pikes Peak Region to compete in an open horse show fundraiser to support youth who participate in the countyís 4-H Horse Project activities.The 2015 Pikes Peak Spring Show will take place Saturday, April 18, at the Latigo Trails Equestrian Centerís indoor arena, 13710 Halleluiah Trail, 5 miles north of Falcon, Colorado. The office opens at 8 a.m,. with the show starting at 9 a.m. A variety of English, western and reining classes will be offered for those 13 years old and younger, 14-18 years old, 19-39 years old and 40 and older. Walk/trot classes are open to all ages. Jackpot Western Pleasure is on the show bill, too.High point and reserve all-around awards will be presented in each age group, as well as walk/trot. One high point all-around and one reserve all-around award will be presented to the highest achieving horse and rider team. Class ribbons will be presented for first through sixth place.The 2015 Pikes Peak Spring Show flier can be found on the CSU Extension in El Paso County 4-H Web site under horse, or at this direct link: Paso County currently has almost 30 4-H clubs, with more than 520 members participating in a wide variety of project areas, assisted by 215 adult volunteers.

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