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Pole Bending Shows/Jackpots

I live in North Georgia, on the state line of Tennessee and North Carolina, and was wondering if anybody knew of any pole bending shows, jackpots, or anything around my area. I can travel, but not over 150-200 miles. I've tried Googleing stuff, but can't seem to find anything. Thanks!

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I live in North Georgia, on the state line of Tennessee and North Carolina, and was wondering if anybody knew of any pole bending shows, jackpots, or anything around my area. I can travel, but not over 150-200 miles. I've tried Googleing stuff, but can't seem to find anything. Thanks!


Too bad you aren't a little closer to West/Edge of Middle TN. We have tons of them up here, but I am closer to Kentucky, so it would be long travel for you.

I have some friends that compete kind of near your area. I'll ask around and see if anybody knows of any places.

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Too bad you aren't a little closer to West/Edge of Middle TN. We have tons of them up here, but I am closer to Kentucky, so it would be long travel for you.

I have some friends that compete kind of near your area. I'll ask around and see if anybody knows of any places.

Thank you so much! :] I might be able to get up there one day, do you know what the place is called?

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Thank you so much! :] I might be able to get up there one day, do you know what the place is called?
Up here by me? Oh. I compete at different places. Mostly local saddle clubs, but there are a couple of bigger events up here every once in a while.

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Up here by me? Oh. I compete at different places. Mostly local saddle clubs, but there are a couple of bigger events up here every once in a while.

Same here. That's all there is really around here is just local saddle clubs. The one closest to me just got a covered arena and they will be having NBHA shows soon, so I'll be joining that soon. But I just wanted to venture out a little more :]

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Same here. That's all there is really around here is just local saddle clubs. The one closest to me just got a covered arena and they will be having NBHA shows soon, so I'll be joining that soon. But I just wanted to venture out a little more :]
Oh. That's good.

I have to drive to either Kentucky or Nashville for NBHA events.

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