The Liberty Classic Show in Marshfield, Wisconsin, July 26-29 2012, will have a full selection of classes including: Halter, Showmanship, Working Hunter (all divisions including NOVICE and Select) Equitation Over Fences, Jumping, Hunter Hack, Hunter Under Saddle, Equitation, Western Pleasure, Trail, Western Riding, Horsemanship, and Pleasure Driving.
"Aside from all the new ideas we put together for the Liberty Classic for 2012, we have a great group of people, who have and still are putting countless hours and work into this show," Bobbie Jo Stanton told GoHorseShow. "We built a brand new course of jumps and we didn't leave much out--beautiful gates and boxes, with a touch of the north woods and flowers. We also invested a lot of time into to painting all new trail equipment. We wanted the show to have a whole new feel, yet maintain the small town country atmosphere that Marshfield, Wisconsin has to offer."
Stanton adds, "Our date is near the time our youth exhibitors are preparing to leave for youth worlds, and we wanted to do what we can with our classes to help prepare them for that. Everyone loves a good food stand and we are offering a home style food stand with daily specials."
Also near the show grounds is a city pool, zoo, movie theater and several lovely dinner places. Marshfield has a covered show pen, a large outdoor show pen and a warm up pen next to the show pen-- footing in these pens are well maintained. The judges for the show are Mary Luther, Brent Maxwell, Sid Griffith, and Judd Paul.
The show is also are offering a full selection of Small Fry Classes, and several All-Breed Classes to get new people involved and allow trainers to bring other customers who have paints and appaloosas, and other breeds.
The Wisconsin show is also having a Novice Blanket fee designed for those who are Novice in several if not all classes for $50 a judge which allows them to participate in any open/amateur/youth class at NO additional charge.
Also very exciting news is that this show will offer 13 high points which will be awarded satin show coolers, and a High Point English and High Point Western Horse, all divisions combined which will be a wooden directors chair with a padded leather back.
There will also be a fun exhibitor's party on Friday night! For more information about the show, please visit their website by clicking here.