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All American Horse Classic Launches New Web Site

Plans are under way for another exciting All American Horse Classic, Sept. 7-11 at the Indiana State Fairgrounds, Indianapolis.

This great show will once again feature Breeder's Showcase Events - the ASR Sweepstakes, the All American Cup, the Hackney Limited Breeders’ Stakes, Indiana ASB and Hoosier Hackney Futurities - as well as the UPHA Pleasure and Adult Challenge Cup Championships, plus the UPHA Five-Gaited Horsemanship Championship. Over $700,000 in awards and prize money will be presented at the 2010 All American.

The All American has a new web site for 2010. Please note that the new url is The redesigned site features new content and up to date information on the show.

The All American Classic has just added 2010 hotel info to their site; special show rates are available at the Sheraton Indianapolis Hotel & Suites, Holiday Inn Northeast and Hotel Indigo. Reservations can be made at any of these hotels either by phone or via web site. For details please visit and click on "Hotels, Maps and Directions". Exhibitors are encouraged to make their reservations early while the discounted rates are still available.

In an effort to "go green", the All American Classic will be mailing fewer prize lists this year. However, the prize list, forms, entry blanks and all other information will be readily available at the above web site for download by approximately June 1. The show will also be happy to mail prize lists to exhibitors by request.

For further information please contact Claire Panke at 317-331-5451 or or Secretary Judy McManama at 317-773-3931 or

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