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Bridgehampton, NY - September 3, 2016 - The annual Kids' Day, presented by iHeartMEDIA, was one of the most popular days at the 41st annual Hampton Classic Horse Show. Children from Long Island and all around the New York metropolitan area enjoyed unique exhibitions, games, music, educational activities and more.


Photo credit: Liz Soroka

Family attractions were presented throughout the week, such as the Long Island Livestock Co. with llamas, alpaca, sheep, goats and Pansy & Pigety the pigs, but Saturday featured additional activities. Children of all ages were astounded by the Bellini Family Circus and magic tricks by The Amazing Zola. The Bellini Circus also showcased workshops so that performers of tomorrow could learn some of the tricks that they had just witnessed.

 

Photo credit: Liz Soroka

The South Fork Natural History Museum presented a "touch tank" offering the opportunity to pet and hold marine animals that included a spider crab, a sea star, a knobbed whelk, oysters and hermit crabs.


Photo credit: Liz Soroka

Jarrell Entertainment provided music while children danced, enjoyed free pony rides and tried out finger printing with members of the Suffolk County PBA. Throughout the afternoon, children lined up to have their faces painted by Ruby and receive airbrush tattoos by Fancy Faces,



Photo credit: Liz Soroka

The Hampton Classic Horse Show runs through Sunday, September 4 at its pristine Bridgehampton, NY, venue. For this year's 41st annual edition, a fourth FEI class has been added to the schedule in addition to more than 200 classes of competition for horses and riders of all ages and abilities. A wide range of hunter, jumper and equitation classes are offered at all levels, from leadline all the way up to grand prix. Classes are also featured for riders with disabilities.