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Wisconsin Futurity – Brand New Facility and The Bronzes Are Back!

Come again, come back, or come for the first time, but you will not want to miss the 40th anniversary of the Wisconsin Futurity Horse Show! Mark your calendar for September 17-20 in Madison, Wisconsin. This year’s show will be the first edition in the brand new New Holland Pavilions at the Alliant Energy Center. With everything under one roof, it could rain all week and not a single drop would touch a horse! This state-of-the-art facility will host both the Madison Classic, May 21-24, and the Wisconsin Futurity under the direction of new show manager David “Tuffy” Owens and AMP Horse Show Services.

The tradition of having the very best horse show trophies in the industry has returned for 2015, as the gorgeous Dimaro bronzes are back! Nowhere will you find a better keepsake of a win than these gorgeous statues. Picking the recipients of the bronzes this year will be a phenomenal three-judge panel of Nelson Green, Nancy Becker, and Adam Clauson.

For more information on the Wisconsin Futurity Horse Show, contact David “Tuffy” Owens at 602-579-3739 or, Joe Russell at 815-341-6023 or, Lynda Freseth at 262-893-4539 or, or Scott Matton at 262-227-6219.

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