Local Weekend Prize List Released

Washington International Horse Show Announces Release of the 2007 Prize List

(Washington, DC) ' August 3, 2007 ' The Washington International Horse Show announced today that the 2007 prize list has been mailed and made available on the Washington International Horse Show Web site. Entries for the 2007 show close Monday, August 27 and must be postmarked by midnight to be accepted. Entries should be mailed directly to the Washington International Horse Show Office at:

Washington International Horse Show
16063 Comprint Circle
Gaithersburg, MD 20877

Show highlights for 2007 Washington International Horse Show include:
' Friday Night Marquis Entertainment performance by Jewel
' $50,000 Charity Cup Classic ' Friday, October 12
' $15,000, invitational only, High Performance Hunter Classic ' Saturday, October 13
' Autism Speaks 'Urban Cowboy' Party ' Wednesday, October 10
' Tables available for purchase in the Acela Club Caf' ' Thursday, Friday or Saturday evenings, October 11-13

The complete 2007 Washington International Horse Show Prize List is available online at www.wihs.org.

For additional information, contact Susie Webb or Ericka Schaefer at 301-987-9400.

About The Washington International Horse Show (www.wihs.org):
The Washington International Horse Show (WIHS), a 501 (c)(3) charitable organization benefiting local and national charities, is a world-class championship event, drawing leading equestrian riders from around the nation and the world. Each year riders participate in qualifying shows to earn the honor of riding at the WIHS. The WIHS welcomes more than 600 horse and rider duos to compete to win some of the most coveted and prestigious awards in the world, including more than $400,000 in prize money. The show takes place every October in Washington, DC, attracting the attention of the equestrian world, non-equestrian world, celebrities and politicos alike with events such as show jumping, dressage, barrel racing and terrier races. October 2008 will mark the 50th anniversary of the WIHS.