Wednesday, Apr. 17, 2024

Central Park News



Did you enjoy watching the inaugural Central Park Horse Show, presented by Rolex, either in person or on NBC Sports? Did you follow it online? This exciting event created plenty of stir and not just in the horse world. Horses returned to compete in the heart of New York City for the first time in more than a decade, and we’ve compiled a list of media coverage of the show, which featured the world’s best horses and riders in show jumping and dressage in New York City’s Trump Ring in Central Park on Sept 18-21. Want to see more equestrian coverage on TV and in mainstream press?

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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A little bit of history is going to be written when some of the country's top riders meet in the heart of New York City for the Central Park Horse Show, presented by Rolex, on Sept. 18-21.


Kent Farrington, No. 1 rider in the United States, and Olympic gold medalists McLain Ward and Laura Kraut to lead all-star list of athletes competing in inaugural Central Park Horse Show presented by Rolex

New York, N.Y. - August 26

The Central Park Horse Show, presented by Rolex and produced by The Chronicle of the Horse, is excited to announce riders for the $210,000 Central Park Grand Prix.

U.S. dressage legend Ravel will star in the Central Park Dressage Challenge, presented by the Axel Johnson Group.

Interested in attending the inaugural Central Park Horse Show? There are only 1,000 general admission seats to be sold for the event each evening.  

Trump Rink in Central Park in the heart of New York City will be transformed into one of the highest profile stages of U.S. show jumping history on Sept. 17-21. A press conference about the event will be held tomorrow, July 29, at 11:00 a.m. at Tavern On The Green in New York City, and tickets will go on sale Aug. 1.



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