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Show or spectate at the Dodge County Horsemen’s Association Open Pleasure Show in the arena.  Great learning activity for the whole family – spectators welcome – FREE Admission all day plus food and drink concessions.  Judge Tia Koehler officiates divisions; Sr. Sr. 39 & over, Sr. 17 & over, Jr. 16 & under, Tiny Tot 10 & under.  Helmets required for anyone 10 and under riding on the grounds at any time, boots required in all classes.   Contact the event organizer with questions or leave a comment in the reply box below.

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  1. Kim Thrane Wednesday, July 22, 2015 at 10:13 AM - Reply

    Hi Candi,
    The show is open so there are no requirements as far as the rider or horse. We only ask that the rider be in appropriate show clothing with boots and you must bring the original 2015 negative coggins with a copy for the office to keep. You can find a copy of the show bill and entry forms on our website. Thanks!

    • Candi Wednesday, July 22, 2015 at 11:54 AM - Reply

      Thank you Kim- would I need a show saddle and Halter? Any color boots?

      • Kim Thrane Wednesday, July 22, 2015 at 12:09 PM - Reply

        If you have them, then yes, otherwise I would suggest that before you invest in very expensive tack, you find out if this is what you want to do! We see all different types of saddles, bridles, and Halters. You can show in any type of gear as long as it is leather and its clean. I do not suggest synthetic saddles or head gear! Any color boots are fine. If you have any other questions, you can also send them directly to our email account! [email protected].

    • Candi Wednesday, July 22, 2015 at 12:20 PM - Reply

      thank you so much!

  2. Candi Wednesday, July 22, 2015 at 9:53 AM - Reply

    I am interested in your open show, I am just wondering what are the requirements for horse and the person showing. I have never shown before so this is all new to me. I have a 7year old solid bay Paint that is registered as breeding stock.

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