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Happy New Year from Langer Equestrian Group

Langer Equestrian Group wishes everyone a Happy New Year!
 

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Langer Equestrian Group wishes everyone a Happy New Year!
 
With the start of the new year, comes the start of the 2010 horse show season.  We are jumping into the year with the LAEC Opener (Jan. 22-24), a three day USEF A rated show.  In addition to a full complement of rated hunter and jumper classes, equitation riders will find all levels of medals.  New this year are Academy and Opportunity sections for entry level riders.  We are making it easy for trainers to bring all levels of riders to the LAEC Opener.  For entry blanks, schedules, and more information, go to: http://www.langershows.com/laec/show_details.php?show_id=145
 
Verdugo Hills 1 (Jan. 30-31) is the first of our re-formatted hunter/jumper shows at the Hansen Dam Equestrian Center.  Based on feedback from our exhibitors we have made changes to meet your needs, starting with lower prices.  All classes are $25 each.  Open hunter classes are scheduled for Saturday afternoon, while all the junior, amateur, and jumper classes are on Sunday.  Come for the weekend or come for the day.  The shows are approved by USEF, USHJA, PCHA, LAHJA (A & B), and SFHJA, and feature all levels of classes.  For entry blanks, schedules, and more information, go to: http://www.langershows.com/verdugo/show_details.php?show_id=166
 
New this year are our Lake View Series shows, also at the Hansen Dam Equestrian Center.  These one day shows are approved by TVHSA, LAHJA (B), and SFHJA.  The five show series starts with Lake View 1, and for entry blanks, schedules, and more information, go to: http://www.langershows.com/verdugo/show_details.php?show_id=173
 
The Colorado and Woodside series of shows will start later in the spring.
 
Again, Happy New Year and good luck with your 2010 horse show activities!

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