Halifax, MA - The Fieldstone Show Park will once again welcome exhibitors to a week of top competition for the Plymouth Hunter/Jumper Classic. The week will kick off with the Fieldstone Equitation Show on Tuesday, June 18, and the Plymouth Rock Hunter/Jumper Classic will follow consecutively. Entries for the Fieldstone Spring Festival close on Friday, June 7, 2013. Please contact Michael Morrissey for more information, including stall reservations. Morrissey can be reached at the office by calling (941) 744-5465 or on his cell phone (941) 915-3449. To fax your questions and stall reservations please send to (941) 744-0874. The prize list and entry blank are posted on www.ShowFieldstone.com and www.stadiumjumping.com.
The Fieldstone Equitation Show will mark the beginning of top competition on Tuesday, June 18, 2013, at the Fieldstone Show Park in Halifax, MA. The show will offer several national series classes including the WIHS, USEF, ASPCA and THIS equitation classes. The Plymouth Rock Hunter/Jumper Classic will welcome riders back to the Fieldstone Show Park from June 19-23, 2013. Riders will once again have the opportunity to compete in the $25,000 Fieldstone Grand Prix, the $7,500 Welcome Stake, the $7,500 Open Speed Derby, the $10,000 3'3" Hunter Derby, the $2,500 2'9" Hunter Derby, and the $2,500 Pony Classic. Entries for the Plymouth Rock Hunter/Jumper Classic will close June 7, 2013.
The Open Jumpers will also have the chance to showcase their mounts during the Open Jumper sections, as well as the 5,6 & 7/8 Year Old Young Jumpers. Junior and Amateur-Owner Jumpers will take their turn against the clock in the Grand Prix Ring, striving to take the top award in the $5,000 High Junior/Amateur-Owner Show Jumping Hall of Fame (SJHOF) Jumper Classic and the $3,000 Low Junior/Amateur-Owner Jumper Classic. The Children's/Adult Jumpers will work throughout the week to ride to the top of the leader board during the $2,500 Children's/Adult Jumper Classic.
Twenty-seven years ago, the Fieldstone Show Park was built to accommodate one-day horse shows. As time went by, the demand and focus of Fieldstone shifted to multi-day events. During the fall and winter of 2012, the Fieldstone Show Park started an ambitious two-year reconstruction project. These improvements include The Vendor Village, raised VIP Pavilion and Trainer/Rider Pavilion, a 16-foot high stone lighthouse created for videotaping the Grand Prix Field, as well as stabling, GGT Sand Euro Felt Footing, infrastructure and competition coordination improvement.
While competing at the Fieldstone Show Park this summer, exhibitors and their families will also have the opportunity to explore Boston and Cape Cod, as well as taking a short drive to the Plymouth waterfront to where exhibitors can experience whale watches and visit historic Plimouth Plantation and The Mayflower.
The Fieldstone Show Park and Stadium Jumping would like to extend a special thanks to their generous Premiere Sponsors including Antares Saddles, SmartPak, GGT Footing, Langebec Wood Shavings, Holly Hill Transport, South Shore Equine Clinic and Diagnostic Center, Equine Site.com, Equine Insurance Services. Other sponsors include Equifit, Vaughn Equine Transport, The Tack Shelter, Horse Sport International, Litchfield Equine Wellness. The Fieldstone Show Park would also like to thank their Farm Sponsors: Woodridge Farm, Grazing Fields, Autumn Mist Farm and Mor Linn Farm. The Plymouth Rock Hunter/Jumper Classic is proud to be aligned with charity partner, Children's Wish Foundation International. If you are interested in becoming a sponsor for the June and August shows, please contact Scott Clawson at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (781)254-9622 for further information.
For more information on Stadium Jumping and the approaching Fieldstone Equitation Show and Plymouth Hunter/Jumper Classic, please visit www.showfieldstone.com. You can also follow the Fieldstone Horse Shows on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/fieldstone.equestrian.