Monday, May. 27, 2024

2016 National Horse Show

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The first five riders in the ring for the jump-off of the $250,000 Longines Lexington FEI World Cup qualifier went for it—raced against the clock, tried sharp turns and dashed towards long distances. Then Kent Farrington and Voyeur entered the ring, galloping—flying, really—around nearly 4 seconds faster (36.93 seconds) than second-placed Callan Solem on VDL Wizard (40.69 seconds), with a round that looked impossible to catch.
Four young riders were crowned champions of the junior hunter divisions on Saturday- click to read about them all!
A 7-year-old horse, a 13-year-old rider? It was a recipe for success at the National Horse Show for Mackenzie Alzheimer and Emperador!
In a world full of horse show dogs, be a horse show cat! Click to read about Bug!

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The amateur rider completed a clean sweep of the indoor season and it brought her to tears,
In the glory days of the National Horse Show in Madison Square Garden, the legendary Benny O'Meara took center stage with the spectacular jumper Jacks Or Better.
The California amateur made her trip east count.
One last hurrah for the nation's top show hunter horses to face off for championship honors. Is it even possible to pick a favorite winner? We put together a photo series of all the open hunter champions—give it a try!
Links to live streaming, the schedule, the results, and more!

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