Friday, May. 24, 2024

2014 Central Park Horse Show presented by Rolex

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The Central Park matinee performances focus on young athletes developing skills and connections with their horses and ponies in diverse demonstrations of both sport and entertainment. The demonstrations are followed by world-renowned Australian horseman Guy McLean, who will perform a full half hour of his one-of-a-kind liberty act where he demonstrates his powerful connection with four unbridled horses.
Watch international riders like Dutch star Hans Peter Minderhoud and Danish Olympic rider Lars Peterson compete against U.S. names like Tina Konyot, Lisa Wilcox, Jan Ebeling, Caroline Roffman, Catherine Haddad-Staller and others against the striking New York City backdrop.
The "NYC vs. The World" pro-am speed class will be an exciting event pitting teams of riders against each other. One team rider will go as fast as they can over a faults-converted speed course to set a time that the rider from the other team will try to beat. The team with the most points will win the inaugural "NYC vs. The World" speed title at the Central Park Horse Show.

  
Find out who goes when in each class—check the posted orders of go!

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Wondering who won? Check out the official results.
It's not often that you get to see LIVE show jumping on a major sports network, but on Sept. 18 at 7:00 p.m. EST, the $210,000 Central Park Grand Prix will be broadcast live! Make sure to tune in and support horse sports by boosting the ratings and telling the television industry that we want to see more horse sports!
All the action from the $210,000 Central Park Grand Prix, presented by Rolex, will be broadcast live on cable television networks NBC Sports at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 18. Don't miss it as horses take center stage in their first live network television performance!

  
Find out what riders will be facing off in the exciting $50,000 "NYC Vs. The World" Speed Challenge on Friday night, Sept. 19.
Find out what thrilling entertainment will fill the Saturday and Sunday matinee performances of the Central Park Horse Show.

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