The Atlanta Fall Classics will host the annual National Classic Equitation Finals take place Friday, November 11 at 6 pm in the covered arena at the Georgia International Horse Park, home of the 1996 Olympics.
The top ribbon winners in the Classic Company Equitation classes are invited to compete in this prestigious Finals competition that highlights the up and coming talent in the sport of show jumping. Besides winning top honors in the National Classic Equitation Championship Finals, the winning rider and his or her trainer will receive the coveted letterman jackets. The first round of the National Classic Equitation Finals takes place Friday afternoon, Week I and the top six are invited to return for the Finals that evening under the covered, spacious arena. There is no entry fee for those riders who qualified.
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“The National Classic Equitation Finals recognize the top, up and coming riders in our sport,” commented Bob Bell, President of Classic Company. “We look forward to the Finals as it recognizes those high scoring Classic Company exhibitors who have shown with us throughout the year,” he added.
The Classic Company kicks off its 21st anniversary at the Georgia International Horse Park in Conyers, Georgia on November 9th through the 20th.
With so much happening at the Atlanta Fall Classics, from Zone 4 Finals to the USHJA 3’3″ Jumping Seat Medal Championship Class, from the hundreds of thousands of prize money offered and National and International Derbies, it’s time to reserve your stall and submit your entries. “This is one of our largest shows of the year and wraps up our 2016 Classic Company calendar,” said Bell. “With the indoors wrapping up and the equestrian migration south, it’s always a big event for us and we want to make sure no one is left without a stall,” he added. And reserving your stall couldn’t be made any easier with Classic Company’s new online reservation form. It’s easy – just click here.
The highly popular $25,000 Children’s/Adult Jumper Barry Lane Classics takes place Week I over three days: Thursday, the $5,000 Barry Lane Classic, Saturday the $10,000 Barry Lane Classic and Sunday culminates with the final $10,000 Barry Lane Classic. Awesome prize money for the Children’s/Adult Jumpers.
The $35,000 Sidelines Grand Prix, presented by EMO, takes place Weeks I and II as well as the $7,500 Horseflight Open Welcomes.
The Atlanta Fall Classics offer a lot for the hunters including weekly $2,500 USHJA National Hunter Derbies, presented by Legend and the $10,000 USHJA International Hunter Derby held Friday night, Week II in the majestic Olympic Stadium.
How about entering in the Hunter Breeding Classes held Friday both Weeks I and II? The class will be double judged – enter today.
The Atlanta Fall Classic is offering the $7,500 Pony Hunter Division, the $7,500 Junior Hunter Division, $2,000 Amateur Owner Section, $2,500 High Performance Working Hunters and the list goes on. That Atlanta Fall Classics will also offer the $1,000 USHJA Pre-Green Incentive Challenge both Weeks I and II as well as the Take II Thoroughbred Hunter Division.
CELEBRATE IN THE WINNER’S CIRCLE WEEK II
The USHJA 3’3″ Jumping Seat Medal Championship, the Zone 4 Finals, the National Classic Equitation Championship and the Classic Company Circuit Awards, presented by Practical Horseman, round out the two weeks of the Atlanta Fall Classic.
OLYMPIC VENUE PROVIDES BACKDROP TO UNBRIDLED EXCITEMENT
Held at the Georgia International Horse Park, home to the 1996 Olympics, riders have the opportunity to compete in the Olympic arena and ride for some of the top prize money offered this fall. New footing has been installed in all of the arenas and with more than 300,000 in prize money offered, world-class stabling and arenas, top show management staff and a division for everyone in your barn, there is no better place to be in November. From the jumper ring to the short stirrup arena, each competition ring is highly decorated and staffed with top-notch, friendly professional show staff. “This is going to be a fantastic two weeks of showing and we’re looking forward to seeing our horse show family!” said Bob Bell, President of Classic Company.