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The 2014 Shelby County Horse Show, which begins tomorrow [Wednesday] promises to be bigger and better than ever, organizers say, and it’s partly due to the way the fair schedule was structured this year.
“It’s [horse show] still part of the fair, but because it’s not part of the fair week, where the livestock animals are here, we can put stalls up in the livestock barn, which means we have more stabling available,” said show secretary, Beth Snider.
Horse Show Manager R.H. Bennett agreed.
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