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The 2015 Egyptian Event Arabian Horse Show Celebrates 35 Years

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June 1, 2015--The Egyptian Event held annually at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, Kentucky is celebrating its 35th year of showcasing the Egyptian Arabian horse in 2015. The Egyptian Arabian is considered by Arabian aficionados to be the most beautiful Arabian horse in the world. It has long been regarding as an ideal cross for Polish and Russian-bred Arabian horses. This unique, select bloodline has a loyal and dedicated following of breeders that is truly global in nature. Many of them will visit the Kentucky Horse Park during the upcoming Egyptian Event, slated for the first week in June, Tuesday through Saturday, the 2nd through the 6th. Others will watch the show daily on their computers via www.ArabianHorseGlobal.com, live streaming/broadcasting provider for the show.

The Egyptian Event is also internationally known for its beautiful classes and presentations, its seminars and clinics throughout the week of the show and its relaxing, friendly atmosphere, that includes parties, fabulous shopping at commercial exhibit booths, and a delightful Gala on Friday evening. This year’s Gala and Fundraiser will feature the opportunity to bid on outstanding Premier Auction items, like a 7-day adventure in Australia, a Shary Aker’s original oil painting and an Edward Bogucki bronze and much more! Reservations are required. The party will be held 7 pm to midnight, at the historic Lexington Spindletop Hall, cocktail attire suggested.

The overall Egyptian Event show theme in 2015 is “Stallions, Kings of the Nile” and the Saturday morning June 6th seminar will feature a Sport Horse In-hand Clinic at 11:15 am in the covered arena, with well-known Arabian trainer, Larry Jones. Highlights of the Saturday afternoon competition will include the two Egyptian Breeders Challenge classes for Straight Egyptian Yearling Fillies and Yearling Colts. Handled by owners and amateurs, the youthful Arabian hopefuls will compete for prize money this year of over $50,000 per class.

The June 6th Saturday evening session begin at 7:30 pm and will be simulcast this year again by Arabian Horse Global and the USEF Network at www.usefnetwork.com. The bronze, silver and gold show champions will be selected amid much fanfare and honored with fabulous trophies and glamourous blankets of roses.

Opening Ceremonies for the 2015 Egyptian Event begin at 10 am EDT Tuesday, June 2nd in the Covered Arena at the Kentucky Horse Park, Lexington, Kentucky. See additional information at www.TheEgyptianEvent.com.