Capital Challenge Horse Show Moves into Week of Competitive Hunter Divisions with Full Live Stream Schedule

September 25, 2015 - Upper Marlboro, Maryland

Capital Challenge Horse Show begins tomorrow Saturday, September 26 and continues through Sunday, October 4 at Prince George's Equestrian Center

Upper Marlboro, MD – Capital Challenge Horse Show (CCHS), presented by Well Placed Smile, began the first day of elite hunter competition at The Show Place Arena at Prince George’s Equestrian Center, as the start of a number of divisions were underway including the Future Hunter divisions, which will be highlighted on Wednesday, September 30, in the Future Hunter North American Championship presented by Douglas Wheeler and Cismont Manor Farm. Live stream coverage from CCHS is available all day through the conclusion of competition on Sunday, October 4, covering both the indoor and outdoor arenas, on the EquestrianCounsel.com CCHS Live Webcast presented by Leone Equestrian Law.

Competition at CCHS today included the First and Second Year Working Hunter Divisions as well as the High Performance Hunter division presented by Rendezvous Farm, which attracted many of the best hunter combinations in the country as they prepare for WCHR Pro Challenge on Wednesday and WCHR Pro Finals on Friday. These divisions will crown their champions tomorrow, Tuesday, September 29 and Wednesday, October 30.

Competition at Capital Challenge Horse Show will continue throughout the week. Don’t miss a beat and tune in for complete live stream coverage of many exciting classes still ahead!

EquestrianCounsel.com CCHS Live Webcast presented by Leone Equestrian Law will include classes such as:

Wednesday, September 30: Future Hunter North American Championship, WCHR Professional Challenge, WCHR Developing Pro Challenge

Thursday, October 1: WCHR Amateur Owner 3’3” Challenge, WCHR Amateur Owner 3’6” Challenge, Children’s/Adult Amateur Jumper Challenge, World Champion Amateur Hunter U/S

Friday, October 2: WCHR Adult Amateur Challenge, ARIAT National Adult Medal Finals, $10,000 North American Junior/AA Challenge Cup Round 1, WCHR Professional Finals

Saturday, October 3: WCHR Pony Challenge, $10,000 North American Junior/AO Challenge Cup Final Round, Junior/Pony World Champion Hunter U/S

Sunday, October 4: WCHR Junior 3’6” Challenge, WCHR Junior 3’3” Challenge, WCHR Children’s Hunter Challenge

Tomorrow’s competition will begin with the Regular Conformation Model at 7:30am and will honor divisional champions for select hunter classes. 

For more information on Capital Challenge Horse Show and to view a full show schedule, please visit www.capitalchallenge.org or follow them on FacebookTwitter, and Instagram. The entire show will be live streamed via EquestrianCounsel.com CCHS Live Webcast, which can be found at www.capitalchallenge.org.

About Capital Challenge Horse ShowIn its 22nd year, the Capital Challenge Horse Show sets itself apart with a distinct and unique focus on preeminent hunter competition. Held each autumn at the Prince George’s Equestrian Center in Upper Marlboro, MD, this year’s show will take place on September 26-October 4. In addition to several prestigious equitation events, the Capital Challenge Horse Show will once again host the World Champion Hunter Rider Finals and will assemble the country’s best horses and riders to compete in junior, amateur, and professional hunter classes.