Practical Horseman Magazine To Present "Ask the Hunter Judge" and "Horses 24/7" Seminars on Discovery Day at the Pennsylvania National Horse Show

Practical Horseman Magazine will present the "Ask the Hunter Judge" and ?Horses 24/7? seminars on Discovery Day at the Pennsylvania National Horse Show on Saturday, October 12, 2013.

August 22, 2013–Ever wonder what hunter judges are really thinking? Find out at the “Ask the Hunter Judge” seminar, presented by Practical Horseman magazine, during the Pennsylvania National Horse Show at the Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex & Expo Center in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania on Saturday, October 12, from 10-11 a.m. Benefit from their experience by bringing your own questions to this very special and outstanding Q&A session, designed to educate you in the world of hunters and hunt-seat equitation.

Thinking of a career in the equine industry? There are many fields to explore, some very unique and surprising! Sit in on this session of “Horses 24/7”, presented by Practical Horseman magazine, from 11 a.m.-12 noon with a panel of experts who make their living in the wonderful world of horses.

Whether competing or not, there is no charge to attend either seminar presented by Practical Horseman magazine. In addition, seminar goers are also welcome to enjoy other amenities of Discovery Day at the show, including: a drawing session with a caricature artist, gathering advice from a renowned professional wildlife photographer, completing a behind the scenes tour, visiting the Hall of Breeds, taking photos with Oreo the Miniature Horse and cruising the concourse mall and art show.? Moreover, the Randolph College/ USEF National Junior Jumper Individual Championship opening ceremonies start at 1:15 to round out the afternoon.

Get free tickets to the Pennsylvania National Horse Show just by entering the Amazing Animal Photo Contest! ALL entries will be displayed throughout the 10-day show. Submission deadline: August 26, 2013.

For more information on any of these events, visit the “Special Events” page under “Event Info” at

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