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This year’s Area III Championships and Mid-Summer Horse Trials at Stable View is shaping up to be a great one! Our own Shelby Allen will be there both competing and reporting and she’ll be along next week with some fun content. Say hi to Chinch if you see him!
And since the weather this weekend is shaping up to be a bit warm, Stable View is breaking our their misting station and providing complementary water for humans, ice for horses, and goodies in the rider’s lounge. There’s also a little something called Graze and Gaze with complementary food and beverage taking place in the evenings and something called Ice Cream Island will be on-site during the day. Not gonna lie, I’m a little jealous of you Shelby!
For more Stable View info, you can view the program for this weekend’s event here.
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