Hopefuls can enter in one of three prestigious events: World-Class Mucking, sponsored by ZIMECTERIN® Gold; Heavyweight Stretching, sponsored by Purina Mills®; or Freestyle Trailer Parking, sponsored by USRider®. By submitting a photo and a caption, horse people can have a chance to earn their own medals and great prizes. Entries will be accepted through August 1.
Just as in ancient Greece, the fate of the “Medals for the Rest of Us” entrants will be determined by democracy. On August 15, voting will open to select the three finalists in each event. After the three finalists in the three events are chosen, a panel of judges will face the tough decision of who will win gold, silver and bronze.
In addition to earning glory and acclaim for their victories, medalists will win exciting prizes in recognition of their heroic struggle for greatness. Prizes include one ton of Purina Mills® feed, a 3-year USRider® membership or a $500 gift certificate from ZIMECTERIN® Gold.
To enter in one of the three events, please go to http://olympics.equisearch.com/
“Medals for the Rest of Us” is part of EquiSearch’s Olympic hub, sponsored by ZIMECTERIN® Gold. With the latest in Olympic news, the Olympic hub is the place to go for videos, behind-the-scenes news from Olympic riders, results, photo galleries and more. To see everything from selection trials to podium smiles, go to http://www.equisearch.com/
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