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Shannon Lawlor's Painting "Flexible Soul" Selected as 2016 Hampton Classic Poster

Bridgehampton, NY – May 3,2016 – The Hampton Classic Horse Show, the elite equestrian competition that draws hundreds of the best hunter and jumper riders from across the nation, has announced that Shannon Lawlor of Alberta, Canada, has been chosen as the official Poster Artist for the 41st annual show when it returns to Bridgehampton, NY, August 28-September 4, 2016. Hampton Classic posters often become collector’s items and are one of the hottest-selling items at the show.



Hampton Classic Increases Prize Money and Adds Fourth FEI Class

Bridgehampton, NY – April 28, 2016 – The Hampton Classic Horse Show, returning to its pristine Bridgehampton, NY, venue on August 28-September 4, is upping the ante in its Open Jumper division for this year’s 41st annual edition. The Classic is adding an Open Jumper class to its Opening Day schedule, adding a fourth FEI class, and increasing prize money in its three featured Grand Prix events, in addition to bringing in world-renown Course Designer Alan Wade.



Polle Flies to Victory in $250,000 Hampton Classic Grand Prix, Presented by Longines

On With Wings, the Japanese rider defeats three jump-off rivals.

Bridgehampton, N.Y., Aug. 30, 2015 - Karen Polle said that being the fourth and final rider in the jump-off of the $250,000 Hampton Classic Grand Prix, Presented by Longines, wasn't the advantageous position it usually is--because none of the three riders before her had finished faultlessly. The grand prix provided an exciting climax to the 40th Annual Hampton Classic. 



Colvin Rides To Four Top Ribbons in Hampton Classic's Hermes Hunter Classic

Way Cool emphatically scores the top prize. Bridgehampton, N.Y., Aug.30. 2015 - There hasn't been much at the 40th Annual Hampton Classic that Victoria Colvin hasn't won. She rode more than a dozen horses in the show, and on the last day she added first, second, fourth and fifth places in the $10,000 Hermes Junior/Amateur-Owner Hunter Classic to her long list of accomplishments. The Hermes Hunter Classic was the show's final hunter class. She took the blue ribbon with Way Cool, the red Ribbon with Small Affair, the white ribbon with Ovation and the pink ribbon with Canadian Blue. Way Cool, a chestnut gelding, was the unquestionable winner of the Hermes Hunter Classic, scoring 92 points in the first round and then