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2013 Jumper Classic Prize List is Online

RELEASE: May 7, 2013
AUTHOR/ADMINISTRATOR: The Jumper Classic, Inc.

Gloucester, MA
 -  Now celebrating it's 24th Anniversary, The Jumper Classic® will be show jumping's hottest destination for the Northeast this July.  The prize list for The Jumper Classic, a five-day international event to be held on its new dates, July 10-14, has been mailed out and is now available online at www.jumperclassic.com.

See the 2013 Jumper Classic Prize List here.

The show will offer over 50 classes and new divisions including the Young Jumper Division, which we are pleased to offer without nominated fees. We will also be offering the Marshall & Sterling Classes, the Show Jumping Hall of Fame Class Series, Washington International Horse Show Series and the NAL classes.  We hope these classes will help everyone to gain the points they are looking for towards the finals.

The five-day show returns to Boston's North Shore, at the 100-acre estate known as Maplecroft Farm in Ipswich, Massachusetts. Maplecroft Farm offers excellent footing on grass polo fields, which means both rings will return to grass footing. These grounds provide a very pleasing layout that will retain the type of show that The Jumper Classic has been known for since.

"We are pleased to be returning to this historically active center of equestrian events in the New England area where the show has enjoyed the participation of many exhibitors and spectators over the years," said Melissa Lovasco, President of the event since 1999.  While the location is a familiar one, the mid-summer show dates are new, and Lovasco believes this will be a better fit for the east coast summer show jumping circuit schedule.

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