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Bridgehampton, NY —July 10, 2013— All horses coming on to the grounds of the Hampton Classic Horse Show will be required to bring a Statement of Health signed by a licensed veterinarian within 7 days of arrival at the Hampton Classic. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Meg Schermerhorn - 508-698-6810, email@example.com The Hampton Classic Horse Show returns to Bridgehampton, NY, August 25–September 1, for its 38th year of world-class equestrian competition, shopping and entertainment. The Classic is requiring the
Bridgehampton, NY - April 30, 2013 - The Hampton Classic Horse Show is pleased to announce that it has selected Jocelyn Sandor Urban, a noted equestrian painter, as its 2013 poster artist. The Classic’s iconic posters have illustrated scenes from its Bridgehampton show grounds on Long Island for decades, and Urban has been selected for the second time to continue this tradition; her poster 'Stable Row' was selected in 2004. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Meg Schermerhorn: (508) 698-6810; firstname.lastname@example.org The
Junior Rider Stays Calm in Two-Round Equitation Class Bridgehampton, NY—Aug. 30, 2012—Allison Toffolon, of Bronxville, N.Y., coolly earned the highest scores in both rounds of the Sam Edelman Equitation Championship, to edge Victoria Colvin and Sylvia de Toledo, on Thursday afternoon at the 37th Annual Hampton Classic Horse Show. Riding her own horse Class Action, Toffolon, 16, scored 90 points in the first round and 89 points in the second round. “I took a lot of deep breaths to stay calm before I rode the second round,” she said. The competition’s purpose is to prepare young riders to compete in the jumper ring, so it’s held in the Hampton Classic’s expansive
Bridgehampton, NY—Aug. 30, 2012 —McLain Ward, of Brewster, N.Y., won his second jumper class of the 37th annual Hampton Classic Horse Show on Thursday morning, guiding Vocas to the fastest clean jump-off round in the $7,5000 Prudential Douglas Elliman 1.45m Open Jumper class. Riding about halfway through the 35-horse class, Ward and Vocas recorded a faultless first round and then finished the jump-off clean in a time of 34.98 seconds to take the lead. They then withstood the challenges of 13 other horses in the jump-off, against top riders from the United States, Ireland and England. Louisburg Farm, of Boston, Mass., owns Vocas.