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New Location For Vermont Spring Classic Horse Show.

The 2003 Vermont Spring Classic will be held May 14-17 at the Eastern States Exposition Center in West Springfield, Mass. Judges for the show are Shirley O’Gorman and Richard Boule for Performance and In Hand classes, Renate Lansburgh for Open Dressage, and Jean Kinsella for Carriage Driving, the Hunter Over Fences judge will be announce at a later date.

Several changes have also been made to the prize list. The jumping classes will be held on Saturday morning, the open dressage competition will be held in its entirety on Saturday. A special one-night stall rate is available for this competition. The coliseum classes will have two sessions per day. The open championships on Friday night will boast two $500 Jackpot winning trainer take-all classes for English Pleasure and Park Saddle. Saturday night will feature a session packed with Amateur Championships.

Thursday night will once again host the famous Rib Night Party and Friday night will host the Progressive Barn Party. Pizza will be available for those hungry workers still setting up on Tuesday evening.

Questions or suggestions should be directed to show manager Hayes Sogolof at (802) 879-7211 or Fax (802) 879-0678. A complete prize list is available on the Vermont Morgan website

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