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Free Live Webcast of Mane Event Show



Watch it Live at www.MidAmericaHorseShow.org

When you can’t attend, a free live webcast is the closest thing to being there!  Mid-America Mane Event Show will be webcast Thursday, October 23, through Sunday, October 26, from the Illinois State Fairgrounds in Springfield.  Wall-to-wall coverage includes 124 classes for Saddlebreds, Hackneys and Roadsters as well as the prestigious NHS “Good Hands” Finals.  National Horseman is official sponsor of the “Good Hands” Finals, which is part of the Triple Crown for Saddle Seat equitation riders.

This year’s Mane Event webcast again is supported by the USEF Network. The webcast schedule is Thursday 1:00pm and 7:00pm; Friday 10:00am, 11:30am and 6:30pm; Saturday 11:30am and 6:30pm; and Sunday 10am, CDT.  Show schedule, class lists, results and even judges cards will be available at the webcast site to enhance the viewing experience. After the show, the webcast will be available on demand on the USEF Network.

The Mane Event updated class schedule can be downloaded now from www.MidAmericaHorseShow.org, where the webcast will be viewed starting Thursday. Mane Event is produced by Mid-America Horse Show Association, one of the ASHA’s largest charter clubs.

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