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Alltech National Horse Show - Kentucky Horse Park, Lexington, Kentucky USA

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(Lexington, Ky.) - Equine Motorcoach™ is returning to its roots with an appearance at the Alltech National Horse Show in Lexington, Kentucky, October 30 - November 4. The all in one RV and horse transport that is now manufactured in the United States debuted at the National Horse Show in 2007 when it was held in Wellington, Florida.

"A lot has changed since we started manufacturing these transports," said Tom Stinnett, designer and co-owner for Equine Motorcoach. "Our transport is now completely manufactured in the United States and the price point has dropped considerably. We have added several new features: Saddlematic 180, a separate bedroom, solar panels, heated floors, hay pods and user friendly controls. We are building 2, 3 ,4, 5 and 6-horse vehicles as well."

 Kent Farrington and Up Chiqui from the 2007 National Horse Show in Wellington, Florida. 2007 United States Equestrian Federation Show Jumping Champion sponsored by Equine Motorcoach.

This year’s show will offer over $600,000 in total prize money, including a huge Open Jumper division. The Open Jumpers will feature $420,000 in total prize money, including the $250,000 Alltech Grand Prix. In addition, this year’s show has been designated CSI-W 4*, with the Alltech Grand Prix being an all important FEI East Coast League World Cup qualifying event.

$100,000 in prize money is up for grabs for the Junior and Amateur Owner Jumpers Division. $175,000 in prize money will be offered in the AA rated Hunter Division. Each of the hunter divisions hosted during the Alltech National Horse Show will offer an incredible $10,000 – $20,000 per division. This year’s divisions will include Junior Hunters, Amateur-Owner Hunters, and the High Performance Hunters, Green and Regular Working Hunters and the Conformation Divisions. Each year, the top hunters from around the country are invited to compete during the National Horse Show.

“The Alltech National Horse Show had a fabulous debut last year,” said President Mason Phelps, Jr. “The show was ranked as the number one show in the United States by the North American Riders Group (NARG) and voted Horse Show of the Year by the National Show Hunter Hall of Fame. We are excited to once again showcase the best our sport has to offer in one of the most beautiful settings in the United States.”

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