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The Gold Coast Series 2007

The Gold Coast Series is a popular seven show USEF “B” rated series of hunter/jumper shows produced by the Langer Equestrian Group at the Los Angeles Equestrian Center. Riders can earn points and qualify for medals for USEF, PCHA, and the Los Angeles Hunter Jumper Association. At the end of the seven show series in October, over 20 series awards are presented to those who accumulated the most points throughout the year. “Series awards provide a goal for people, without requiring them to compete at as many shows as you often need to in order to win an association’s year end championship,” explained LEG’s President, Larry Langer.

Gold Coast Series 1 - February 16-18, 2007
Gold Coast Series 2 - April 6-8, 2007
Gold Coast Series 3 - May 18-20, 2007
Gold Coast Series 4 - June 15-17, 2007
Gold Coast Series 5 - July 21-22, 2007
Gold Coast Series 6 (LAHSA Benefit) - Aug. 30-Sept. 2, 2007
Gold Coast Series 6 - Oct. 18-21, 2007

The Gold Coast Series 2007 official site

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