2014 Washington International Horse Show

Washington International Horse Show

Follow The Chronicle of the Horse to Washington D.C. for the biggest urban horse show in the country.

Claire Campbell has only ridden Armani for about two months, and the pair went into this year’s indoor season with little competition experience together. But Campbell came to know Armani pretty well over that short time, and with each show leading up to the Washington International Horse Show, the pair constantly improved their standings on the leaderboard.
HH Carlos has been knocking on the door for a big finish, and he gets his due in the nation's capital.
At the Verizon Center Michael Hughes nailed all three rounds to win the Washington International Horse Show Equitation Finals.
Sure he has a pair of Olympic gold medals, but this grand prix rider has just as much fun with pint-sized ponies.
It's not easy to get a costume for you—and your horse.
“Good horses try to win, and he tries to win all the time,” said Kelley Farmer of Mindful.
A strong partnership gave Taegan Long and a special mare a big win in Washington.
“Usually you don’t think of Todd Minikus as the first phone call you’re going to make when you’re looking for someone to ride your show hunters.” But Susan Wagner tapped him to ride LPF Woodford at Washington, which paid off with the reserve high performance hunter title.
They’ve been fourth once and third twice, but somehow the $10,000 Washington International Horse Show Adult Amateur Hunter Championship title has always eluded Laurie Barna and Laguna—until this year.

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