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8am
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Annual Benefit Horse Show

August 19 @ 8:00 am - August 20 @ 8:00 pm
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Every day for 18 days
Buckeye Horse Park,
Route 224 OH United States

Wrangler’s Tough Enough To Wear Pink ~ Canter For A Cure! 2-Day Event. August 2nd and 3rd. At Buckeye Horse Park, Route 224, Canfield Ohio. Showbills can be downloaded at buckeyehorsepark.org. Something For Everyone: Mini Driving to Goat Tail Un-Tying! Huge Chinese Auction available both days.Only $3 a class. ALL Proceeds are donated to Making […]

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7pm

Truck and Tractor Pull

August 20 @ 7:00 pm

Call or visit website for information. Presented by Northwest PA Truck and Tractor Pullers Assoc.

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Truck and Tractor Pull

August 20 @ 7:00 pm
Monroe County Fairgrounds,
Woodsfield, OH United States
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Call for information. Presented by Power Pulling Productions LLC.

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Truck and Tractor Pull

August 20 @ 7:00 pm
Lorain County Fairgrounds,
Wellington, OH United States
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Call or visit website for information. Presented by Reusch Diesel.

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