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Dampened clothes but not competition at the Central States Fair Quarter Horse Show

Larry Larson

rapid city, sd – a major hail storm and regional flooding didn’t seem to dampen the competition at the 2007 central states fair quarter horse show in rapid city, sd on aug. 17-19. the show was again held in conjunction with annual center of the nation quarter horse association futurity at the central states fairgrounds.

rapid city, sd – a major hail storm and regional flooding didn’t seem to dampen the competition at the 2007 central states fair quarter horse show in rapid city, sd on aug. 17-19. the show was again held in conjunction with annual center of the nation quarter horse association futurity at the central states fairgrounds.

rapid city, sd – a major hail storm and regional flooding didn’t seem to dampen the competition at the 2007 central states fair quarter horse show in rapid city, sd on aug. 17-19. the show was again held in conjunction with annual center of the nation quarter horse association futurity at the central states fairgrounds.

rapid city, sd – a major hail storm and regional flooding didn’t seem to dampen the competition at the 2007 central states fair quarter horse show in rapid city, sd on aug. 17-19. the show was again held in conjunction with annual center of the nation quarter horse association futurity at the central states fairgrounds.

rapid city, sd – a major hail storm and regional flooding didn’t seem to dampen the competition at the 2007 central states fair quarter horse show in rapid city, sd on aug. 17-19. the show was again held in conjunction with annual center of the nation quarter horse association futurity at the central states fairgrounds.


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