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Madison Classic Adds Two Classes



Ringside tables are still available for the 2015 Madison Classic, held May 21-24 in the brand new New Holland Pavilions at the Alliant Energy Center in Madison, Wisc. The reserved seating includes space for six people and hospitality for this exclusive area! The tables are $300 for the week of the show. You can reserve your space by contacting Lynda Freseth atLFreseth@hollowhaven.com.

Two classes have been added to the program. The Junior Exhibitor Show Pleasure Championship has been split by age group. The 14-17 Championship will run in the same spot on the Saturday night schedule, class 106. The 13-and-Under Championship will run between classes 104 and 105 as class 104A. There has also been interest in adding an Amateur Fine Harness class. That will be part of the Thursday night schedule. The Amateur Fine Harness qualifier will be run as class 22A between classes 22 and 23. 

We are also thrilled to be one of the nine horse shows nationwide to be selected to host an ASHA Trainers' Equitation class! For more information on the Madison Classic, visit the show’s Facebook page, www.horseshowcalendar.com, or www.ampshowservices.com. You may also contact show manager David “Tuffy” Owens at 602-579-3738 or davidwowens@hotmail.com.

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