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Award for most outstanding Showtime Canterbury Painted Horse! Sat 16th

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* Saturday 16th, 10.30am
* Riccarton Racecourse, Christchurch
* Raceday Office

Be there on Saturday 16th at 10.30am for the presentation of the $2,000 prize for the most outstanding Showtime Canterbury Painted Horse! A panel of judges will have the difficult job of choosing from the four amazing three-dimentional artworks, created by local artists over ten days of the festival

This will be your last opportunity to meet the artists, see the horses, and experience this unique Showtime Canterbury project!


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