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Morgan Grand National to be Presented Live Online



The Grand National & World Championship Morgan Horse Show is almost here!  And, you don’t have to miss a single minute of the excitement.  

In cooperation with the American Morgan Horse Association (AMHA), The Morgan Horse magazine, Premier Horse Video and Hawk Multimedia, organizers of the 2009 Grand National & World Championship Morgan Horse Show are proud to announce their plans to once again bring this premier Morgan horse show LIVE to you via the World Wide Web. 

"We are very excited to offer the show live on the Internet once again in 2009," said Show Manager Fred Nava.  "This will give friends and family at home the opportunity to share in ALL the excitement and fun of what is shaping up to be another great Grand National & World Championship Morgan Horse Show."

Sign up today!  Go to www.morgangandnational.com and click on LATEST NEWS or go to www.morganhorsestream.com  for more information.

All sessions and classes held in the Main Coliseum, Barn 6 Arena, and the new Barn 8 Arena will be available for pay-per-view beginning Saturday, October 10th and continue through Saturday, October 17th. The service will be available for $12.95 per day from Saturday to Wednesday, and $14.95 per day on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. A package discount will be available at $69.95 for the entire show or $34.95 for the final three days. 

Competition begins Saturday, October 10th with three shows daily through Saturday, October 17th. Show times will be at 9 a.m., 1 p.m., and 7 p.m. daily. 

Appropriate computer equipment and Internet bandwidth will be required. With broadband, DSL, or a cable modem, customers should be able to receive a very clear picture with excellent audio. Dial-up connections, however, are usually not suitable for receiving video streaming. 

For more information on this exceptional horse, check out the breed's website at www.morganhorse.com. For more information on this year's horse show, log on to www.morgangrandnational.com.

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