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What You Need To Know: 2023 National Horse Show



The 140th edition of the National Horse Show is underway and continues through Nov. 5 at the Kentucky Horse Park’s Alltech Arena.

The competition started Oct. 25 with five days of adult and age-group equitation as well as the Hamel Foundation National Horse Show 3’3″ National Championship. On Tuesday, Oct. 31 the hunter and jumper divisions begin.

The big hunter highlight will be the $50,000 National Horse Show Hunter Classic on Friday. The biggest jumper class, the $137,000 Longines Jumping World Cup Lexington takes place Saturday. The show wraps up Sunday with the ASPCA Maclay Final.

The Chronicle will be on the grounds bringing you photos and news from the biggest classes. Here are some fast facts to help you follow along:

Where: The Alltech Arena at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington.

When: Oct. 25-Nov. 5. A full schedule can be found here. 


Where To Watch: The National Horse Show is livestreaming all classes on its website. USEF members can also watch it on ClipMyHorse.TV.  

How You Can Follow Along: The Chronicle will be on site, bringing you gorgeous photos, interviews and more, so check back during the week. Make sure to follow along at and on Facebook, and Instagram @Chronofhorse.

Other Useful Links And Information:

All the Chronicle’s online coverage, with behind-the-scenes photos, stories and more.
The National Horse Show’s website
Link to order of go and daily results
• Don’t forget to follow the Chronicle on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @Chronofhorse
• For full analysis and coverage from the horse show be sure to check out the Nov. 27 issue of the magazine.



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