Ad Reservations Now Open for 72nd Annual Tryon Block House Races and The Fork CIC 3*/2*/1* and Horse Trials presented by Lucky Clays Farm Programs
Did you miss out on the deadline for the Spring/Summer Visitor Guide? Reservations are now being accepted through March 15 for the programs of TIEC’s most well-attended spring competitions: The Fork CIC 3*/2*/1* and Horse Trials presented by Lucky Clays Farm and WEG Eventing Test Event on April 4-8, and the 72nd Annual Tryon Block House Races on April 14.
Full-page ads are available in the Tryon Block House Races commemorative program for $300, and as a bonus, you can add on a full-page ad in The Fork at TIEC program for just $100 more!
Reservations are due by March 15, with content due by March 20. All specs can be found on the reservation form, and questions can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org
About The Fork CIC 3*/2*/1* and Horse Trials presented by Lucky Clays Farm:
The Fork CIC 3*/2*/1* and Horse Trials presented by Lucky Clays Farm, April 4-8, will be hosted at TIEC in conjunction with the Eventing Test Event ahead of the FEI World Equestrian Games™ Tryon 2018 in September. In its second year at TIEC and its seventeenth year in existence, the CIC 3*/2*/1* competition is one of the most prestigious Eventing competitions on the North American calendar and this year will also serve as the WEG Eventing Test Event. Alongside CIC 3*/2*/1* competition Advanced, Intermediate, Preliminary, Modified, and Training divisions will also be hosted.
About the 72nd Annual Tryon Block House Races:
For decades, this action-packed, equestrian competition has drawn thousands of spectators to the largest tailgate party in Polk County, N.C. Now under the management of the Tryon International Equestrian Center at Tryon Resort, the races are being held for the second year at its new, A-rated course in Columbus, N.C., just minutes from the Resort. Attendees can still expect their favorite contests to launch the day including the hat contest, tailgate contest, and “Go to Hell Pants” contest. More than 9,000 spectators turned out for the 2017 event, which featured an expanded lineup of races, growth from 17 to 40 entries, and prize money that more than doubled to $175,000 in 2017.