Fall for Horses
New Jersey—The Fall for Horses All Thoroughbred Charity Horse Show & Festival of Hope expects to draw enthusiastic fans and horsemen from throughout the New Jersey area on Oct. 20th for their third annual event.
Hosted by Second Call, Monmouth Park’s Aftercare Program, the show highlights the Thoroughbred sport horse in several several disciplines as a versatile athlete, and offers show goers a tempting shopping opportunity as well.
Vendors offering an eclectic mix of wares, from arts and crafts, jewelry and books to equine and pet supplies will be on hand to tempt show goers, while horse and rider teams showcase their talents in myriad disciplines.
The show begins at 8 a.m. and runs through 4 p.m. at the New Jersey Horse Park in Allentown. For more information about the show please contact Tatiana Verenicin-Chan at 609-977-3409, or email her at Tatiana333@optimum.net. For specific information about the show, contact Jane at 609-737-9645, or email: email@example.com.
All TB Show
Massachusetts—On Oct. 6, the 2013 All Thoroughbred & Half-Thoroughbred Horse Show will be held at Saddle Rowe Farm in Medway, Mass., beginning at 8:30 a.m.
Featuring a variety of Jockey Club Thoroughbred Incentive Program classes ranging from in-hand to hunter pleasure, competitors of all levels are welcome.
The show features the $500 Suffolk Downs Hunter Classic and $500 Jumper Stakes, as well as Massachusetts Horsemen’s Council Medals and the MHC Hunter Pleasure Classic.
Hunter, Equitation, Jumpers, Pleasure, and In-Hand will be under Bob Crawford of Ipswich, Mass., and Dressage by Kathy Eidam of Attleboro, Mass.
The show aims to create venues for retiring Thoroughbred racehorses in Massachusetts, and will feature a High Point Award this year for New England Raced alumni of Suffolk Downs as well as Massachusetts bred Thoroughbreds and half-Thoroughbreds, and alumni of CANTER New England.
3 responses to “Thoroughbreds readied for fun fall shows”
While I love the warmbloods, I’m still partial to these amazing Thoroughbreds. So many of them are unwanted after their racing years are over (if they make it to the track) and there are fewer homes available with the warmbloods being so popular in the showrings. So glad to see articles like this promoting these wonderful horses!
Sue your stories are SO great. What you are doing for the OTTB’s is so far-reaching, steadfast and full of love for these wonderful horses. I look forward to every single post! 🙂
So good to read about these shows and the opportunity for these great horses to show off their many talents and athleticism. Great credit belongs to the trainers and riders who have turned their lives around and given them a new career. Best of luck to all who participate, and many thanks to all those who work so hard to put these shows together.