Heavy Rain Cancels Wednesday Classes At Fieldstone Summer Showcase


Halifax, MA - Due to persistent heavy rains, competition scheduled for Wednesday, August 25, at the Fieldstone Summer Showcase in Halifax, MA, has been cancelled. A revised competition schedule is now available at www.showfieldstone.com for tomorrow, Thursday, August 26.

"It is unfortunate that we had to cancel today's classes because of the inclement weather," said Shawn Clawson, Fieldstone Vice President. "We are looking forward to the rest of the week, and hope that everybody - riders, trainers and spectators alike - will join us for the many exciting events that we have planned."

The Fieldstone Summer Showcase returns to the Fieldstone Equestrian Facility, August 24-29, for a week full of top-notch equestrian competition, great prize money, and nightly parties. The Summer Showcase will also host the MHJ finals, which attracts many of the area's top equitation riders, on Sunday, August 29.

The schedule for this year's Summer Showcase is highlighted by the $35,000
Grand Prix, which will be held on Fieldstone's pristine, all grass Grand Prix field on Saturday afternoon, August 28.

The 2010 Fieldstone Summer Showcase would like to thank its sponsors: Ariat, Cumberland Farms in Halifax, MA, CWD, Elite Equine Shavings, Empire Wine and Spirits, EquiFit, inc., Equine Journal, Equine Realtors, Esterbrook Farm, Horsemen's Ltd., Leather Therapy, Response Products, SmartPak, Stonymeade Farm, Tedeschi Food Shops in Halifax, MA, and Woodridge Farm.

Fieldstone Equestrian & Show Facility is one of New England's premier equestrian event venues. Its 100-acre show grounds are located just 28 miles south of Boston, MA. The recently renovated facility offers nine all-weather hybrid sand/felt/fiber show rings, permanent and temporary stabling, ample parking, and a state-of-the-art all-grass Grand Prix field.

For more information on the Fieldstone Summer Showcase, please visit www.showfieldstone.com, call 781-679-0701, or email info@showfieldstone.com.




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