The office opens at 8 a.m., with the show starting promptly at 9 a.m.
There are 63 classes, with nine being 70-percent payback Open Classes, added money.
Food will be available at the concession stand by the Parke County 4-H, Horse & Pony Club.
Stall space is available by contacting Chrissy Tumey at 765-569-2236.
The Clay County Sheriff's Posse is a volunteer organization.
The mission is to establish an organization composed of people, who are qualified equestrians, have ATV's, and/or can provide necessary leg-work, located in the cities, towns and villages contingent to Clay County, Indiana.
The group assists the Sheriff of Clay County on any major or minor disaster, mission or search at his discretion and direction.
Proceeds from the show will support the CCSP in providing these efforts.
For show information or more information about the Clay County Sheriff's Posse, contact Victoria Hill and 812-878-0216 after 7 p.m., or Virginia Hill at 812-448-3715.
For those who did not see the CCSP page in Show Ring Magazine, they will e-mail anyone a copy of the "Showbill."
Send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and one will be sent immediately.