Update on Atlanta Spring Classic Health Protocol

Chase Boggio and Hennessy tackle a jump in the Olympic Grand Prix Stadium. Flashpoint Photography.

Johns Island, South Carolina (March 4, 2013) – Classic Company is heading to Conyers, Georgia and the Georgia International Horse Park to kick off its Atlanta Spring Classic March 20 through the 30th.

“We have been talking with the State Veterinarians in Mississippi, Florida and Georgia so that our protocol is appropriate for the horses competing in our upcoming show in Conyers,” said Classic Company President Bob Bell.  “At this point, our procedure will be to meet all participants at the only entrance to the Park.  Exhibitors must provide their horses’ health papers and those health papers must have been drawn within seven days from the date of arrival at Conyers,” Bell said.  “Our procedure continues to be full cooperation with the state veterinarians,” he added. Dr. Juan Gamboa, Official Veterinarian of the Classic Company and avid exhibitor, said, “With the protocols we have in place, I am definitely going to show my horses at the Atlanta Spring shows.”

All exhibitors at the Atlanta Spring Classic will be stabled in the permanent stalls, complete with stall mats, wide aisles and easy drive-up access.  For more information on the Atlanta shows and the health protocols, please contact the Gulfport office until March 10th at 228.832.2745 or the Corporate Office on Johns Island after March 12 at 843.768.5503.  Or, email the Classic Company at info@classiccompany.com any time.  Remember, make sure to email your shavings and feed orders to queensalesgihp@gmail.com or contact Avery Harper at 770.722.2311 for information.

Anyone who has shown with the Classic Company knows what sets them apart from the rest:  Classic Shows are FUN!  And, this year the fun continues at the Gulfport show with complimentary exhibitor parties, breakfasts, luncheons and office snacks to make your showing experience the best ever.

Classic Company never charges a scratch or add fee for those last minute adds and scratches, so if you haven’t entered yet, go to the prize list or simply click on Equestrian Connect to fill out your entry form and stabling requests.

Equestrian Connect is Classic Company’s Official Service Provider and allows exhibitors to store their data one time, on the web, and then use that data to automatically fill out hunter/jumper entry forms across the country.  The service offers a free 45 day trial period for new members.  At the conclusion of the trial period, Equestrian Connect offers an annual subscription, or a “pay as you go” service. The service allows exhibitors to save both time and money.  This is the one-minute online entry service that will help you get your entries in on time and you to the show!

So, whether you are a seasoned veteran or a novice looking for a positive show experience, look to the Gulf Coast Classic shows in Gulfport, and let the good times roll!

The Classic Company is a USHJA’s Members Choice Award winner, recognized for producing top quality show jumping events in the United States.  For more information on Classic Company and its exhibitor-friendly, top quality hunter jumper events, please visit them at www.ClassicCompany.com or call them at 843-768-5503.

All sponsorship, marketing and press inquiries should be directed to Lisa Engel, Sponsorship, Marketing and Public Relations Director at classicsponsorship@gmail.com.  All program advertising should be directed to Nate Poliquin, Program Sales Representative at classicshowads@yahoo.com.

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See you at the ring,
Bob Bell
The Classic Company, Ltd.
www.ClassicCompany.com
Phone/FAX:  (843) 768-5503
Post Office Box 1311  Johns Island  SC 29457

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One thought on “Update on Atlanta Spring Classic Health Protocol”

  1. I am so glad to hear that the protocols have been updated to insure that infected horses do not get on to the grounds and then spread the disease around. Horses traveling from place to place on the show circuits can cause serious spread of diseases all around the country. Thanks to all who work hard to keep all of our horses healthy.

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