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GMHA to Host Future, Young, and New Event Horse Classes at June Horse Trials

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Tue, 2012-04-10 15:31
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South Woodstock, VT – 4-5-12 – The Green Mountain Horse Association will host its first Future Event Horse, Young Event Horse and New Event Horse Test on June 1, 2012 at the newly revitalized facility in South Woodstock, VT. 

The program will offer owners the opportunity to show their young stock to the eventing community.  Divisions will include yearlings through five year olds as well as a new category defined by United States Eventing Association called New Event Horse. 

Yearlings through three year olds will be shown in hand and judged on conformation and gait.  The four and five year olds and the New Event Horses will be judged in hand for conformation, in a dressage test, and over a jumping course for suitability to become high caliber eventing horses.

Opening date to enter the event is April 17.

Join the fun - see many fine young equine animals on display.

A limited number of sponsorship opportunities are available for this program!  Sponsorship is a great way to support Eventing in Vermont while gaining exposure for your business.   For details, please contact the Green Mountain Horse Association’s Molly Hutchins at (802) 457 1509, ext. 219 or molly@gmhainc.org. Find information at www. gmhainc.org

The Green Mountain Horse Association, founded in 1926, is a 65-acre equestrian facility in South Woodstock, Vermont.  It is a non-profit 501(3)(c) organization fully committed to serving five equine disciplines including:  trail riding, hunter/jumpers, dressage, eventing and driving.  With approximately 1,500 members, GMHA is a vital community of equestrian enthusiasts.  Each event season contributes over $4 million to the local economy.  In addition to competitions and pleasure rides, GMHA offers many educational activities and is a leader in trail and open space preservation.   Member support helps to ensure that GMHA will continue to exist for future generations and preserve its legacy in the equestrian community.  

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