“I couldn’t be happier,” said Bell, “the competitors had a great time, we had great weather and people were just delighted to be here,” he said.

The Grand Hunter Champion, the James Vaughn Perpetual Trophy, is awarded to the Hunter with the most championship points in the Green or Regular Conformation, Amateur or Junior Hunter Division. If you’re ready to experience a horse show that exudes Southern hospitality in one of the most beautiful coastal communities in the country; a show that offers something for everyone-so come on down!

This year’s prestigious honors was awarded to , owned and ridden by Christina Fisher, was awarded the Seabrook Perpetual Trophy for winning the Grand Amateur Hunter Championship. The Classic Company will take a break from show jumping action over the next few weeks while it gears up for a busy fall and winter season.

The Classic Company sm just wrapped up its biggest Charleston Summer Classic since returning to Charleston eight years ago.

Record entries and stalls, perfect weather and non-stop party action is how the show will go down in the record books.

The next show to watch for is the Atlanta Fall Classic held at the Georgia International Horse Park November.

Everyone is enjoying the summer but fall will be here before you know it!

Julie Curtin of Roswell, Georgia won the ,500 USHJAHunter Derby week II besting the field of 46 horse and rider teams in the largest hunter derby ever produced by the Classic Company.

“We had ten horses showing here over the two weeks,” commented Curtin.

The overall sentiment was, ‘I’m having so much fun, I don’t want to leave.’The Charleston Summer Classic was the first show produced by Bob Bell, President of the Classic Company, twenty two years ago.

And while it has maintained its boutique charm, the show has grown in size significantly over the past few years.

And, as the summer transitions to fall, all eyes will be on the prestigious Atlanta Fall Classic set to kick off on November 7th at the Georgia International Horse Park in Conyers, Georgia.