Pennsylvania National Horse Show Announces Commitment to Major Investment in Preparation for 2018 Show Future Enhancements to Schooling Arena Footing Are Planned
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania - October 20, 2017 - In preparation for the future of the Pennsylvania National Horse Show (PNHS), the PNHS Foundation Board of Directors has unanimously voted to make significant investments to the PNHS. Specifically, the Board has committed to purchasing and installing FEI level footing for the large practice arena (Equine Arena) of the PA Farm Show Complex.
The PNHS Board of Directors adopted the following:
"The PA National Horse Show Foundation Board of Directors is committed to replacing the footing in the schooling area (Equine Arena) during the year 2018 and beyond. The footing quality will be equal to or exceed the quality of material in the current competition arena (Large Arena). A press release will go out to the equestrian community prior to October 21, 2017. A method of financing will be established and relayed to the United States Equestrian Federation within the next 60 days."
"We remain committed to providing our exhibitors with the best possible experience in every regard," said Susie Webb, Executive Director. "We are beginning to explore funding options and are hopeful friends of the PA National Horse Show will also join us in contributing to this project. We are looking forward to welcoming everyone back to Harrisburg in 2018."
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