Lexington, KY - September 14, 2011 - The Alltech National Horse Show, 128th edition, announced today that a very limited number of Executive Suites will be made available this year's debut event, scheduled for the Alltech Arena at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, Kentucky, on November 2nd through the 6th.
The elegant suites, located on the top level of the new Alltech Arena, present a superb penthouse view of all of the action for the Alltech National Horse Show and offer fabulous amenities. The suites are fully furnished with private balcony seating. Each suite comes complete with a wet bar, refrigerator, an enclosed glass front and a 42" LCD television, equipped with Dish Network. The arena sound levels can be controlled in each suite, there are separate suite level restrooms and Executive Suite holders enjoy an exclusive entrance to the Alltech Arena.
Suites can be purchased for the week by contacting National Horse Show Association President, Mason Phelps Jr. directly at 561-753-3389, or email Mason at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phelps said of the suites, "These Executive Suites are a great place to watch all of the action in the Alltech Arena, and at the same time, have some privacy and exclusivity for family or corporate get-togethers. I wish we had more to sell than the few that are available."
The cost of the suites for the week is $7500, not including food and beverage.
The Alltech National Horse Show, 128th Edition, will be held from November 2 - 6, 2011, at the beautiful, new Alltech Arena at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington.
This year's show, designated CSI4*-W, will feature a complete schedule of 'AA'-rated hunter divisions, including the Pony Lane Farm High Performance Hunter section. Also on the agenda, a big money Open Jumper division highlighted by the Sasco Creek Farm $50,000 Welcome Speed Class, the $75,000 Double H Farms Thursday's Jump-Off class, the $60,000 Spy Coast Farm Faults Converted Speed class on Friday and of course, the $250,000 Alltech National Horse Show Grand Prix, an FEI World Cup qualifying event. $100,000 will be up for grabs for the Junior and Amateur Jumper divisions, including the $50,000 SJHOF Junior/Amateur Championships, sponsored by Sleepy P Ranch, Chansonette and Deeridge Farm. The final Sunday is highlighted by the signature event of the National Horse Show, the ASPCA Alfred B. Maclay Finals, presented by C.M. Hadfield's Saddlery.
Founded in 1883 at the original Madison Square Garden, the National Horse Show is America's oldest indoor horse show, firmly established as a major fixture on the national and international sports and social event calendars. The National Horse Show Association's primary activity is the annual production of the National Horse Show and all ancillary events. Over the years, the National Horse Show has provided financial aid to many worthwhile charities.
For more information on the National Horse Show Association of America, Limited, please visit www.nhs.org.
Photos: The Executive Suites at the Alltech Arena offer luxurious amenities and private comfort for families or corporate gatherings at this year's Alltech National Horse Show. Photo credit: Kentucky Horse Park.