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At the first Shelbyville Horse Show, in 1989, volunteers would scurry home each night and cook casseroles, bake brownies and arrange meat trays for the next day's show.
The first show was run from an 8-foot table and chair by one person – Beth Snider, who operated out of a rented hall. Sons and husbands of volunteers served as bartenders. Most of the horses, trainers and riders were locals.
What a difference two decades make.
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