Essex Classics Returns as Title Sponsor of the 2010 Hunterdon Cup

Leslie Deckard

April 5, 2010

Essex Classics is retuning as the Title Sponsor of the 2010 USHJA Hunterdon Cup Equitation Class. This marks the third consecutive year the company, which is internationally recognized as an innovator of design for today’s equestrian needs in riding shirts has sponsored the class.

“Essex Classics has provided our Hunterdon Cup and Hunter Derby riders with a quality product in their Signature line of riding shirts," said Bill Moroney, USHJA president. "We are pleased to have them return as a USHJA sponsor for a third year, helping USHJA to maintain the highest standard in the products we present as awards to our hard working members.”

As Title Sponsor of the 2010 USHJA Hunterdon Equitation Cup, Essex Classics will provide support and awards for all the competitors.

“Essex Classics, an innovator of fine riding shirts for more than 25 years, is proud to renew its sponsorship of the Hunterdon Cup and the International Derby Series,” said Cathy Sacher, president of Essex Classics. “These two programs exemplify innovation in our sport, taking it to a new level. The Hunterdon Cup promotes the tradition of classic equitation principals and the International Hunter Derby series promotes the beauty and grace of our hunters in one of the most exciting venues in years.”

Essex Classics Signature riding shirts use European designed cotton fabrics and feature exquisite tailoring details. Among their most popular shirts, Essex Performance Collection riding shirts are constructed from CoolMax, a fabric designed to keep riders cool during competitions. Stay on top of the latest fashion from Essex Classics by visiting the company’s Web site

The USHJA Hunterdon Cup Equitation Class began in 2005 and was developed as a unique equitation class that combines the precision of equitation and hardiness of hunters. This year’s class will be held August 4 at the East Coast USEF Junior Hunter National Championship at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, KY.

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