All Pro Championships President Ben Erps, left, and Crissy Joy arranged souvenir clothing on hangers at their tent on Tuesday at the Kentucky Horse Park. All Pro is the official licensing organization for the Games and is selling products in Walmart, Kroger, Cracker Barrel, Macy's and elsewhere.
All Pro Championships President Ben Erps, left, and Crissy Joy arranged souvenir clothing on hangers at their tent on Tuesday at the Kentucky Horse Park. All Pro is the official licensing organization for the Games and is selling products in Walmart, Kroger, Cracker Barrel, Macy's and elsewhere.
All Pro Championships President Ben Erps, left, and Crissy Joy arranged souvenir clothing on hangers at their tent on Tuesday at the Kentucky Horse Park. All Pro is the official licensing organization for the Games and is selling products in Walmart, Kroger, Cracker Barrel, Macy's and elsewhere.

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