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What You Need To Know: 2022 Pennsylvania National Horse Show

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The Pennsylvania National Horse Show opens Thursday, Oct. 13,  with a junior weekend highlighted by the Dover Saddlery/USEF Hunter Seat Medal Final—which the Chronicle will be reporting on with live commentary throughout the day Oct. 16—and the Neue Schule USEF National Junior Jumper Championships, as well as competition in the junior hunters and ponies.

Senior week picks up Monday, Oct. 17, and runs through Oct. 22, with open, amateur-owner, children’s and adult divisions in both the hunters and jumpers. The ever-popular Hunt Night is Monday, Oct. 17, and the Therapeutic Riding Championships is Friday, Oct. 21. The show concludes Oct. 22 with the USEF/NCEA Medal Final—East, new this year, and the $100,000 Grand Prix de Penn National Grand Prix.

The Chronicle will be on the ground for the entire week and a half. Here are some fast facts on what you need to know to follow along:

Where: The Farm Show Arena in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

When: Oct. 13-22. See the full schedule.

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Where To Watch: The entire show will be livestreamed on USEF Network, and viewers who are not already USEF members can get a free fan membership using the promo code PNHS22 to watch live.

How You Can Follow Along: The Chronicle will be on site, bringing you gorgeous photos, interviews, live updates and commentary throughout the day on Oct. 16 for the Dover Saddlery/USEF Hunter Seat Medal Final, and more, so check back during the week. Make sure to follow along at www.coth.com and on FacebookTwitter and Instagram.

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