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UPHA Morgan Classics Grand Championships; Qualification not required for 2020

It's not too late to nominate and be eligible for the UPHA Morgan Classics Grand Championships! 
The United Professional Horsemen's Association is pleased to announce the UPHA Morgan Classic Grand Championships will once again be offered at the Grand National & World Champion Morgan Horse Show held in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, October 10-17, 2020.
The UPHA Classic Championships for Hunter Pleasure, Park Harness and Pleasure Driving will be held concurrently with the respective Three-Year-Old Championship classes. The winner will be announced and will be asked to make a victory pass. Added Prize money in the amount of $2,500, plus entry fees collected will be added to the purse of each championship. Prize money will be given through eight placings to eligible UPHA Classic horses. Winnings will be paid by UPHA to the horse owner; w-9 form is required.
To be UPHA Morgan Classics Grand Championship eligible:
The horse must be nominated to the UPHA Classics program.
The owner, exhibitor and trainer of the entry must be current members of UPHA.
 Qualification requirements have been eliminated for 2020 due to COVID-19.
Separate entry fee of $300 is required prior to the class. This can be added to your account in the horse show office.
For further information, please contact the UPHA at 859-231-5070 or email [email protected].

W-9 Form

Classic Nomination Form

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