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Fast Facts

WHAT: 118th National Horse Show - America’s oldest indoor horse show. The National is America’s most prestigious year-end championship show, offering the country's top horses and riders a chance to decide the ultimate champions.

WHEN: November 2 – 4, 2001

WHERE: Madison Square Garden – the world’s most famous arena

CONTACTS: National Horse Show Office
Phone: 516-484-1865 Fax: 516-484-1982
Email: Website:
Tickets, please call (212) 307-7171 or visit
Media: Classic Communications
Phone: 508-698-6810 Fax: 508-698-6811

TICKETS: For individual tickets for any session at Madison Square Garden, visit the Garden Box Office 4

Pennsylvania Plaza New York, NY or call TicketMaster at (212) 307-7171. Tickets range from

$15 - $75. For children 12 years old and under, $25 tickets may be purchased for $10. Girl Scout discounts are available for Saturday, November 3, 1 P.M. show only. General Admission tickets are available for $7.00. Discounts are available for groups of 15 or more. For seating charts and further information about Madison Square Garden go to

Prize Money: $335,000

Major Corporate Sponsors: Budweiser sponsors the Grand Prix of New York, BET on Jazz sponsors Junior

Jumpers, The ASPCA,, Practical Horseman,

Charity: This year’s National Horse Show benefits the New York City Parks Enforcement Patrol and Auxiliary Mounted Unit.

Selected Judges: The National Horse Show has enlisted some of the nation’s leading hunter judges to judge the $100,000 National Horse Show Hunter Championship. The list includes Ralph Caristo of Hauppauge, NY; Philip J. DeVita of Apopka, FL; Susan S. Humes of Peconic, NY; Mrs. Ernest M. Oare of Warrenton, VA and James Zulia of Altoona, FL.

Maclay Championships for the ASPCA Horsemanship classes: The Maclay National Championships for the ASPCA Horsemanship Classes, which is open to riders under the age of 18, is a showcase of future show jumping champions. Each year more than 1,000 riders participate in local and regional events to earn the right to compete in the National Horse Show’s Finals. Fifty of the country’s top riders demonstrate their talents to a panel of three judges for the most prestigious title for young hunt seat riders. Past winners of the Maclay trophy include such top riders as Olympic veterans William Steinkraus, George Morris, Frank and Mary Chapot, and Leslie Burr.

Show History: Founded in 1883 at the original Madison Square Garden, the National Horse Show is America’s oldest indoor horse show, and a traditional fixture on the national and international sports and social event calendars. The National is America’s prestigious year-end championship show, offering the country's top horses and riders a chance to decide the ultimate champions. The National's primary activity is the annual production of the National Horse Show at Madison Square Garden, and all its ancillary events. These events include various fundraisers throughout the United States, fundraising and social events in New York and the surrounding metropolitan area during the show, and all other activities directly related to the annual show such as the National Horse Show Educational Program and the Local Day shows. Over its century plus of history, the National Horse Show has supported many worthwhile causes, including Ronald McDonald House, the American Red Cross, the Equestrian AIDS Foundation and the United States Equestrian Team. The National Horse Show Association of America Limited is a tax-exempt nonprofit charitable organization, operating in accordance with Section 501(c)(3) of the United States Internal Revenue Code. Contributions to the Association are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.

Directions: Madison Square Garden is located in the heart of mid-town Manhattan on Seventh Avenue, between 31st and 33rd Streets.

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