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Playday Series continue April 26
The Guadalupe County Sheriff’s Posse Playday will continue its 2014 playday series Saturday, April 26, in the Posse arena located at 2215 F.M. 466 in Seguin. Registration begins at 9 a.m. Leadline classes will start at 10 a.m.
Other dates scheduled are Saturdays, May 17 and June 21.
To be eligible for the 2014 Playday Series Buckle and Tack Awards, riders must attend three out of the four playdays. No playdays will be dropped. Hi-point awards will be given at each playday.
Contestants’ ages will be determined as of Jan. 1. All contestants must show proof of age with either a picture ID or birth certificate.
Divisions include: leadline and peewee, 6 and under; intermediate, 7 to 10; sub-juniors, 11 to 14; juniors, 15 to 21; and seniors, 21 and older.
Events will include pole bending, cloverleaf and straight barrels, and a different mystery event each playday. Leadline classes will run a shortened pattern.
Costs for the playday events are: $5 per event and a $5 office charge per family per playday.
A horse and rider cake walk will be held between various classes. Riders may ride all day for $10 or pay $1 per run at the gate.
Negative Coggins are required at each playday.
Concession stand will be available.
To access a flyer, visit www.gcsmp.com. For more information, call Kristy Leasman at 210-416-6737 or Erica Foster at 830-534-7362 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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