Win Lunch With George Morris at the 2016 CP National Horse Show

Lexington, KY – October 10, 2016 – What would you ask George Morris if you had the chance? The 2016 CP National Horse Show is proud to offer a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for all equestrians. Enter now to win a signed copy of George Morris’ autobiography, Unrelenting, courtesy of and lunch with the legendary George Morris for you and a friend. Don’t miss your chance to have lunch with a legend.

Applicants must be present at the 2016 CP National Horse Show to win. The winner will be announced and contacted November 4, 2016. If the winner is under 18, a parent or guardian must also be present. The lunch will take place on Sunday, November 6, 2016 before the Maclay Final Round.

All attendees and fans are also invited to join us on Friday, November 4 for a book signing with George Morris on the concourse at the CP National Horse Show from 7-8pm.

The world’s best international competitors return for the 2016 CP National Horse Show, which will take place November 1-6, 2016 at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, KY.

With over $800,000 in prize money offered, the 2016 edition of the CP National Horse Show has again been designated a CSI-W 4* show by the FEI. The International Open Jumpers will compete for almost half a million dollars in prize money, while the top rated hunter sections have a total purse of $195,000. Meanwhile, over $130,000 is offered to the Amateur-Owner and U 25 Jumper sections.

Founded in 1883 at the original Madison Square Garden, the National Horse Show is America’s oldest indoor horse show, firmly established as a major fixture on the national and international sports and social event calendars. The National Horse Show Association’s primary activity is the annual production of the National Horse Show and all ancillary events. Over the years, the National Horse Show has provided financial aid to many worthwhile charities.

For more information on the National Horse Show Association of America, Limited, please visit  our website

George Morris. Photo Courtesy of Kenneth Kraus.