Over the past few weeks, the prize list for the NHS "Good Hands" Finals just keeps growing. Here's a breakdown of some the great prizes that the competitors will walk away with:
Each qualified rider has already received a Good Hands-themed bow from Arctic Horse, by Jodi Nelson, and the boys of the group received a Good Hands-themed tie. They have also received a beautiful lapel pin, donated by the Mid-America Horse Show Association. All of these Good Hands goodies were given out at the 2014 Kentucky State Fair, along win an informational packet and a formal invitation to compete in the Finals at Mid-America Mane Event on October 24-25.
Each rider competing in the Good Hands Finals will be receiving a surprise, generously donated by Good Hands' official sponsor, The National Horseman, as well as the Good Hands' home team, the Mid-America Horse Show Association. Competitors will also get the opportunity to win a weeklong vacation at the Amy's Acres cottage in northern Wisconsin.
The “Top Ten” competitors will also be receiving a handmade, walnut Good Hands riding whip, as well as the chance to win a $1,000 scholarship from Elisabeth Goth, LLC.
The winning rider will receive not only the traditional Good Hands Prizes of medallions, ribbons and traveling trophies, but also a painting of horse and rider, created by the talented C. Klasek Design, LLC.
Not forgetting the behind-the-scenes people making all of this possible for each competitor, the Good Hands Committee has also gathered another surprise to be given away at the Evening of Champions, Friday, October 24, in the Artisan building after the evening performance.
To become a sponsor or to learn more about all the NHS Good Hands has to offer its competitors, qualified riders, trainers and grooms, visit www.nhsgoodhands.com/contact-us.