$50,000 Fidelity Investments AGA Grand Prix To
Be Televised October 4th on CN8
Hamilton, MA--September 12, 2003--The 2003 $50,000 Fidelity Investments
AGA Grand Prix, which was held September 7th at the Myopia Schooling
Fields in South Hamilton, Mass., will be televised exclusively
on CN8, The Comcast Network, Saturday, October 4th, from 12:30-1:30
The Comcast Network, reaches 6.2 million homes in eight states
from Maine to Maryland. The coverage area includes viewers in
Boston, Providence, Springfield, Hartford/New Haven, New York,
Philadelphia, Harrisburg, and Baltimore.
CN8 Sports team in New England provides a wide variety of coverage
of professional, collegiate, and high school athletics. On weeknights
at 10:00 PM/ET, CN8 airs Sports Pulse, a live, one-hour
program devoted to the New England sports scene, followed by the
networks Emmy Award-winning Lou Tilleys Sports
Connection at 11:00 PM-12:00 AM/ET, Monday through Thursday.
exclusive broadcast of the Fidelity Grand Prix demonstrates the
networks goal to broadcast world-class sporting events important
to New Englanders, stated Jon Gurevitch, Vice President,
CN8 Sports. Our viewers know that CN8 is the place to tune-in
to see exclusive sports coverage and in-person interviews with
the athletes and coaches making headlines in sports news.
Rider Ainsley Vince rode off with the top check in the $50,000
Fidelity Investments Grand Prix that included many local New England
riders who will be featured in the broadcast. The Grand Prix was
the climax of the 14th Annual Fidelity Jumper Classic, which took
place September 3-7. Amateur rider Jeff Papows and amateur rider
and freelance writer covering the show jumping circuit, Kim Ablon
Whitney, both served as color analysts for the broadcast.
complete results or further information please contact the Fidelity
Investments Jumper Classic at 978.283.7708 or at www.jumperclassic.com.