Mini-horse show continues through Sunday at EISF

Trey Peterson's mini-horse was the winning weanling in the Futurity Class in the mini-horse show on Friday. The Snake River Miniature Horse Club Show goes through Sunday on the Eastern Idaho State Fairgrounds.Michelle Omaraie from Bluffdale, Utah, brought her 1-year-old stallion, Storm (on left), and her 1-year-old gelding, Tigger, to their second horse show. (The two horses are half-brothers.) The Snake River Miniature Horse Club Show goes through Sunday on the Eastern Idaho State Fairgrounds.Jessica Cline of Shelley shows off her mini-horse, Spice, at the futurity at the Snake River Miniature Horse Club Show on Friday on the Eastern Idaho State Fairgrounds. The horse show goes through Sunday.
By: 
LESLIE MIELKE
Staff Writer

The Snake River Miniature Horse Club Show opened on Friday with 197 different classes for mini-horses and Shetland ponies. The show goes from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. both Saturday and Sunday in the Goddard Pavilion on the Eastern Idaho State Fairgrounds. Admission is free.
On Saturday, classes numbered 198 to 395 will take center stage. The classes will feature mares, geldings and different sized horses, in halter and carriage.
On Sunday, in-hand classes will be featured on Sunday. There will be obstacle courses and jumping.
To read the complete story, see it in the Saturday, June 23, edition of the Morning News.

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