Garden State Horse Show Announces 2003 Sponsors
NJJanuary 22, 2003The 52nd Garden State Horse Show,
presented by the Junior Essex Troop, Inc., returns to the Sussex
County Fairgrounds in Augusta, NJ, April 30 May 4, 2003,
with several new sponsors.
is through the ongoing support of its sponsors that the Garden
State Horse Show remains the largest hunter and jumper show in
of this years sponsors include Aalsmeer Farm, supporter
of the Modified Jumper Division; Agway, sponsor of the $5,000
Show Jumping Hall of Fame Junior/Amateur-Owner Prix; Der Dau Custom
Boots, sponsor of the $2,500 Junior/Amateur-Owner Prix; and Infologix,
supporter of the Medium Pony Hunter Division.
2003 Garden State Horse Show will have a number of colorful, eye-catching
jumps in its Grand Prix Ring thanks to B & B Saddlery, who
also supports the Small Pony Hunter Division; Cosequin®, who
also helped outfit the jump crew; Jamies Jumps, builder
of the 2003 Garden State Horse Show jump; the Colonel George Sanders
jump; Kistler Buildings, proud sponsor of the 2003 Garden State
Horse Show Exhibitors Party; and Land Rover of Parsippany,
which will provide several brand new vehicles for the Grand Prix
companies and individuals have donated valuable products to this
years Garden State Horse Show. These include Brandy Parfums,
Ltd., Breyer Animal Creations, Janet Crawford, C.M. Hadfields
Saddlery, Equus Entries, Grand Meadows Nutritional Products, Leather
Therapy, Charles Pinnell, SmartPak Equine, Todays Horse,
and Twinkle Products.
Garden State Horse Show also acknowledges support from many others.
Garden State thanks Beval Saddlery, Family Dentistry, Fasullos
Food Service, Green Valley Tack, the Kamine Family, Kanata Blanket
Company, New Jersey Horse Shows Association, New Jersey Savvy
Living Magazine, Outback Survival Gear, Productions East, Reflections
Photography, the Saunders Family, Stillwell-Hansen, The Ridge
Farm, The Tack Box, Tranquility Large Animal Veterinary Services,
and Vested Title.
Garden State Horse Show draws top equestrians, including U.S.
Equestrian Team and Olympic veterans such as Peter Leone and Nona
Garson, making the show their first stop in the northeast after
wintering in Florida. The prestigious event marks the start of
the spring circuit, enticing hunters and jumpers with top prize
Garden State Horse Show offers five rings of exciting equestrian
competition daily and is highlighted by the $50,000 Garden State
Grand Prix, a member event of the King Shavings/U.S. Grand Prix
League, on Saturday, May 3.
features include the $7,500 Colonel George Saunders Gamblers Choice,
the $5,000 Show Jumping Hall of Fame Junior/Amateur-Owner Prix,
and Marshall & Sterling Childrens & Adult League
classes, presented by Corona-Lexol.
addition to witnessing top athletes, spectators can enjoy the
numerous shopping and dining opportunities available at The Country
Fair. Admission is free every day except Grand Prix Saturday,
when admission is $10.00 per carload. For ticket information for
the 2003 Garden State Horse Show, please call (973) 948-5022.
For all other inquiries, please call (508) 698-68