More than a horse show – a fixture on the equestrian calendar
A U.S. Equestrian Premier / “AA” Jumper Rating 6 FEI CSI4* & Heritage Competition
In the shade of the majestic oaks near the village of Upperville, Virginia, the 168th anniversary of the oldest horse show in America will begin on Monday, June 7th and run through Sunday, June 13th 2020. During this week, the nation’s top ranked hunters and jumpers will compete alongside the local ponies, sidesaddle ladies and racing Jack Russell Terriers.
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Fast Facts: Upperville is…
- The Oldest Horse Show in the United States – Since 1853
- “Horse Show of the Year” – as named by the National Show Hunter Hall of Fame and the Virginia Horse Show Association
- A Designated World Championship Hunter Rider show
- A week-long AA Rated show
A U.S. Equestrian Heritage Competition
- A mecca for horsemen – a few notable exhibitors include: General George Patton, Paul Mellon, Kathy Kusner, Rodney Jenkins, Katie Prudent, Joe Fargis, and members of the 2018 FEI World Equestrian Games (WEG) gold medal team representing the United States, including McLain Ward, Laura Kraut, Adrienne Sternlicht and Devin Ryan.