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Equestrian Term Glossary

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Fast Facts

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Economic Impact On the Community

  Economic Impact Estimation   Economic Impact Estimation Hampton Classic Horse Show  The following calculation of the potential economic impact of the Hampton Classic is made using multipliers which are generally accepted in the equine industry. These particular formulas were provided by Equine Episodes(c), 1212 Auburn Road, Locke, NY 13092. Participants’ Economic Impact :         Number of horses                              1,400         Times # People per horse      

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Hampton Classic History

 Hampton Classic Showgrounds 1982 to Present More than 75 Years of Tradition   Hampton Classic History Past Grand Prix Winners: 1977 Bernie Traurig on "Southside"   1999 McLain Ward on "Twist du Valon" 1978 Lynn Little on "Port"   2000  Margie Goldstein-Engle on "Hidden Creek's Laurel" 1979 Mark Jungherr on "Just Plain Wilbur"   2001  Margie Goldstein-Engle on "Hidden Creek's Laurel" 1980 Melanie Smith on "Calypso"   2002  Margie Goldstein-Engle on "Hidden Creek's Perin" 1981 Rodney Jenkins on "Idle Dice"   2003 McLain Ward on ""Hurricane"  1982 Conrad Homfeld on "Touch of Class"   2004 Darragh Kerins on "Nabucco"  1983 Rodney Jenkins

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2020 Hampton Classic Canceled

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Marty Bauman, 508-698-6810 x10;  marty@classic-communications.com   COVID-19 Pandemic Forces Event’s First Cancellation   Bridgehampton, NY – June 5, 2020 – The worldwide COVID-19 pandemic has forced the cancellation of this year’s Hampton Classic Horse Show. The Hampton Classic, one of the world’s most prestigious equestrian events, would have been celebrating its 45th year in late August at its world-class show grounds in Bridgehampton, NY. The

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The 44th annual Hampton Classic Horse Show featured more than 200 classes of hunter, jumper and equitation classes for approximately 1,500 horses and riders of all ages and abilities.

Bridgehampton, NY – September 6, 2019 – The 44th annual Hampton Classic Horse Show featured more than 200 classes of hunter, jumper and equitation classes for approximately 1,500 horses and riders of all ages and abilities. They competed in six beautifully manicured show rings across 65 acres. Riders from ten nations – including Olympic and World Cup champions – competed in five FEI classes, culminating in a brilliant win by Canada’s Olympic and World Cup veteran, Mario Deslauriers.

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Canada’s Mario Deslauriers Captures the $300,000 DOHA.INC Grand Prix CSI4* to close the 44th Hampton Classic Horse Show

Ireland’s Shane Sweetnam wins $30,000 LONGINES Rider Challenge


The 44th edition of the Hampton Classic Horse Show ended in spectacular fashion Sunday, with two-time Canadian Olympic veteran, Mario Deslauriers, capturing the $300,000 DOHA.INC Grand Prix on his mount Bardolina.


Canada's Mario Deslauriers and Bardolina won the $300,000 DOHA.INC Grand Prix CSI4* to close out the 44th Hampton Classic Horse Show. © Shawn McMillen
An annual tradition signaling the end of summer and the famed Hamptons social season, the Classic hosts every level of horse and rider from the smallest lead-line competitor up to World Cup, World and Olympic champions.

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Stephanie Danhakl Repeats Victory in the $10,000 Hermès Hunter Classic at the Hampton Classic Horse Show

Stephanie Danhakl gave it her best shot but couldn’t quite repeat her clean sweep of the top three places in the $10,000 Hermès Hunter Classic from 2018. She had to settle for first, second and sixth instead, in the final hunter competition at the 44th edition of the Hampton Classic horse show.