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Don't Miss Out! Entry Deadline Extended For National Horse Show Indoor Championships



The National Horse Show Indoor Championships will be held in Las Vegas, Nev., November 19 - 23 at the Orleans Arena. The National Horse Show Association of America (NHSAA) has announced that due to the October dates of the Arabian National and Morgan Grand National, post entries may be accepted up to Monday, Nov. 3 for the purebred Arabian, Morgan and Three-Gaited Show Horses. Post entries will accepted in these divisions provided stabling space is available.

The NHSAA is managing three shows this year: the Metropolitan National Horse Show (New York City, N.Y.), the National Horse Show Indoor Championships (Las Vegas, Nev.), and the National Horse Show Outdoor Championships (Wellington, Fla.). All three shows will be rated "AA" by the national federation. Started in 1883, this is the 120th year for the National Horse Show Association of America.

Tickets are now on sale for all three shows. Ticket order forms may be downloaded at the National Horse Show web site at www.nhs.org. To order tickets, please write to The National Horse Show Box Office, Pier 92, 711 12th Avenue, NY 10019 or fax your order form to (917) 591-9082 or (212) 977-8826. At this time, advance orders may only be accepted through the mail or by fax. For further information, you may call the box office at (212) 315-1882 or toll free at (888) 674-2733.

Further information may be obtained by contacting the National Horse Show Association of America, PO Box 386, Greenvale, NY 11548, telephone (516) 484-1865, e-mail NationalHS@aol.com or by consulting the official web site at www.nhs.org. Additional details may also be obtained by contacting show manager Bob Bell at bbell@classiccompany.com. Media inquiries can be directed to Hallie McEvoy at NationalHSNews@aol.com.

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