Washington D.C.—Oct. 24
Barn night at the Washington International Horse Show is always a favorite in the greater D.C. community, and this year there was more reason than ever for fun.
In addition to the Gambler’s Choice costume class, the show hosted the inaugural WIHS Shetland Steeplechase Races. There were two races, (the Shetland Pony Allowance Hurdle and the Shetland Pony Maiden Hurdle) and around half a dozen riders in each.
Check out the amazing photos of all the action, and don’t miss the winning rounds.
Irishman Shane Sweetnam, dressed as a beer keg, rode Solerina to the top of the Gamber’s Choice.
And check out Olney Mardi Gras and Ellee Perri winning the Allowance Hurdle.
Click here for lots more from the Chronicle on the Washington International Horse Show. For a full report from the Washington International Horse Show, check out the Nov. 11 issue of The Chronicle of the Horse. Full results are available at the official Washington International Horse Show site.