GIVEAWAY: Pennsylvania National Horse Show

by: Sara Bozich
September 8, 2017

The Pennsylvania National Horse Show returns to the Farm Show Complex Oct. 12-21!

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The Pennsylvania National Horse Show is in its 72nd year. While competitions take the main stage, the week features a variety of events designed with everyone in mind.

Notable events include:

  • Saturday, Oct. 14 – Family Fun Day
  • Thursday, Oct. 19 – “Pony Up For Pink” and Celebrity Challenge
  • Friday, Oct. 20 – Foundation Friday
  • Saturday, Oct. 21 – Prix de Penn National Grand Prix

Plus, the PNHS hosts Happy Hour every night of the week, complete with drinks and local food favorites.

Pennsylvania National Horse Show Hosts Week+ Full of Events

The competition portion of the event is split into two parts. The Junior Weekend runs Oct. 12-14 and features the best riders in the world under the age of 18. The Senior Weekend follows from Oct. 15-21 with a variety of events and competitions featuring national and global talents, including a few Olympians.

Tickets for all competitions and events are on sale now. Single general admission and discounted four-packs are available for each day.

This week, we’re giving away TWO 4-packs of general admission passes to the Pennsylvania National Horse Show.

(Passes good for Oct. 12-14 and Oct. 19-20.)

To enter, complete the Rafflecopter Widget below. 

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Categories: Giveaway, Harrisburg, LivePA

Football, Wrestling Headline latest Going For 2, Ep. 2: An Intern Jimi Sports Podcast

by: Jimi The Intern
September 8, 2017

Going For 2, Ep. 2 is here!

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We know you’ve all been patiently waiting to hear our take on what’s been happening in sports over the last two weeks.

In this episode, we talk about the week that was in college football and look ahead to the big matchups in week two. We also knock Kirk Herbstreit down a few pegs.

Our NFL talk for this episode includes our NFC predictions, Super Bowl Predictions and we throw talk about the Ezekiel Elliot situation (It is a bit outdated). We keep things in the NFL and shift to fantasy football and talk up our own drafts and how we went about them. We get into a few week one matchups that can help you make some decisions in your lineup.

5 Best Local Beers For Football Season + How To Drink Them

Andy wraps up the episode with a passionate talk about the big stories that came out of the 2017 World Wrestling Championships last week.

Going For 2 Game Notes

College Football

NFL Football

Fantasy Football

Wrestling Championships

Plus, be sure to subscribe to Going For 2 on iTunes, GooglePlay, and TuneIn!

Categories: Sports, Steelers

Weekend Roundup 9/7

by: Sara Bozich
September 7, 2017

Welcome to September!

I’m headed to State College tonight — not for the Pitt/PSU game — but to rep Poured in PA at the Brewers of Pennsylvania Mid-Atlantic Symposium.

Back in time Friday for our podcast recording with Beer Busters (You’re invited!), then hopping on the turnpike Saturday for a baby shower (mine), then turning around and heading back to see if I can actually watch the Steelers game with the CBS All Access app.

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What are you doing this weekend?


Steelers Week 1: Cheers, Jeers, & Fears

by: Jimi The Intern
September 6, 2017


The regular season is finally upon us, and it’s time to focus on real football.

Pittsburgh comes into the season with lofty goals, including two recent signings that they hope help improve the team immediately.

Joe Haden and Vance McDonald both came to the Steel City in the past week and look to see significant time on the field.

Haden is the big get here. He is a guy who can take an okay defense to one of the best in the league.

We won’t get a good idea of what this team has in their week one match against the Browns, and it could seem like a fifth preseason match by the time we get to the fourth quarter.

Here are my first cheers, jeers, and fears of the regular season.


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Pittsburgh comes into the season with the healthiest, most eligible roster they have had in years.

It will be the first time that the Bell, Brown, Ben, and Bryant will be on the same field in over a year. How long that will last still remains to be seen.

If it’s all 16 games, this team could take the number one seed into the post season.

My cheers for this week are having all of these guys on the field at the same time. While it’s a good start to be healthy, there are still question marks looming over this team as 2017 gets underway.


Where to Watch Steelers Games during Blackouts [Weeks 1, 2, 5, 7 & 17]

My jeers are not being able to watch the game from the couch.

That’s right, the Steelers opening game of the 2017 season will not be seen on local television because of the damn Ravens.

I feel like I’m yelling at a wall now, but what the hell, Goodell? This is Pennsylvania, we like the Steelers, not the Ravens.

This is less football-related and more NFL logistics related.

Sara already aired out our frustrations in a post early this week (see above). She’s speaking for all of us when she says it’s about damn time to fix this issue.


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At the beginning of the week, I thought my fears for the opening game were going to be regarding our secondary.

They are young, inexperienced and still not up to snuff to compete with the best. Now, with the addition of a player like Joe Haden, one weakness has already improved.

I still think that this is the weakest part of the team because we don’t know exactly how Haden is going to adjust.

Getting out of Cleveland has to be good for the soul, though, right?

Our corners and safeties still worry me a good bit, although I can rest a little easier when the defense is on the field.


With that said, if you’re going to break in a new cornerback, the Browns might be the perfect team to do it against.

They are starting a rookie QB with a depleted wide receiver core. They can run the ball fairly well, but our front seven is up to the task.

It’s also good because it gives the offense a chance to gel and find their form. Bell will see his first action of the season and Martavis Bryant will get his first real taste of football in over a year.

Big Ben throws two touchdowns, one to Bryant and one to AB. Bell will back it up with a pair of his own late to seal the deal for the first win of the season.

Pittsburgh wins 28-10.

Categories: Sports, Steelers

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