The Roanoke Valley Horse Show in Salem, Va., is often known for the classes that take place after 6 p.m. in the Coliseum that require tickets to get in the door to see. But there’s a lot more going on throughout the day that can be attended for free. Here’s some photos from Tuesday, June 19, as the show kicked into high gear.
Later in the evening on Tuesday, a storm would hit the showgrounds, ripping down one of the stable tents and causing flooding on the grounds. See a story about the damage here.
Some events were postponed after the storm, but things were back underway again Wednesday morning after volunteers worked through the night to get things ready for the next day.
|Aaron Vale rides Bromance in a jumper class Tuesday.|