Lynchburg, Tenn. – Lynchburg will host a Spotted Saddle Horse Exhibitors and Breeders Association (SSHEBA) Show this Saturday beginning at 5 p.m.
The event will feature 30 classes from stick horse to the championship class of open shod, four year old and older, and canter.
Other classes include Country Trail Pleasure, Lite Shod, Trail Pleasure, Yearlings and more. Harry Dean Hobbs will judge the show.
Cash prizes will be awarded including $25, $20 and $10 awards in classes 2-29 and $60, $50 and $40 awards in the championship class.
The entry fee for the championship class is $25. All other class entry fees are $15; except the stick horse class, which is free.
The event takes place at Wiseman Park, behind the historic Lynchburg Square. Admission is $5 per person. Kids six and under get in free. Drivers of horse trucks and trailers also get in free.
For a full class sheet, go to bit.ly/OLn7ae.
The event is co-hosted by Moore County Project Graduation and the Moore County Volunteer Fire Department.