Hitch up the wagons, we’re headed to the 2013 Georgia National Draft Horse Show – October 11th and 12th, Friday and Saturday at the Georgia National Fair in Perry, Georgia – featuring the North American Six-Horse Hitch Classic Series. Whether you’re participating in halter classes, ridin’ or drivin’ classes or just watchin’ from the stands, you’ll want to come on down and experience the power and presence of draft horses in competition!
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The Georgia National Horse Show is now a participant in the
$17,500 in premiums and a six-horse competition each of the two nights of the show!
Check out FINAL Series Winners HERE!
‘The North American Six-Horse Hitch Classic Series has become the most prestigious draft horse event on the Continent. Thousands of spectators have cheered on the tremendous Draft Horse Hitches at venues such as Toronto’s Royal Winter Fair, the Washington International Horse Show, Kansas City’s American Royal, and the Eastern States Exposition in Massachusetts. Six gleaming one-ton horses create a spectacle as they stomp into the arena as one, outfitted in patent leather and chrome harness pulling the historically restored freight wagons. Crowds can literally feel the earth tremble as the massive hitches pass by!
Each year, Six Horse hitches across the United States and Canada compete at state and county fairs and agricultural exhibitions to accumulate points for the Classic Series. Close to two hundred hitches travel within their region and beyond, competing at sixty qualifying shows throughout North America. The competition builds to a climax at the end of the series, when the four highest point hitches in each of three breed classifications are invited to compete for $30,000.00 in premiums the North American Six-Horse Hitch Classic Series Final Championship.
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THE GEORGIA NATIONAL FAIR!
The annual, official state-sponsored Georgia National Fair, October 3-13, 2013, is a family event where the theme this year is “There’s Magic in the Fair!”
The Georgia National Fair has promoted the state’s heritage, people, and agriculture since the first Fair in 1990, and appeals to everyone with its livestock and horse shows, competitive exhibits, food, midway rides and games, commercial vendors, major concerts, street entertainers, family entertainment, circus, and nightly fireworks.
The Fair offers a safe and clean, family-oriented environment and is well-known for its comprehensive youth and home and fine arts competitions and exhibits. The Georgia National Schoolhouse attracts pre-K through high school students from throughout the state to tour the educational and livestock displays.