Different Disciplines Diverge on The Dixon
Devon, Pennsylvania – May 26, 2024 – The first week of Devon closed out with a switch of discipline in the Dixon Oval. Sunday afternoon featured the beloved Carriage Pleasure Drive through the streets of Devon and ended with Junior Jumpers and action-packed Devon Arena Eventing.
Carriage Pleasure Drive
Photos by Olivia Airhart, Mane Source Media for Phelps Media Group
Every Sunday before Memorial Day spectators line the streets surrounding the Devon Horse Show and Country Fair for one of the great Devon traditions: The Carriage Pleasure Drive, also known and the Carriage Marathon. Started in 1966, the carriage marathon is an integral part of the Devon Horse Show’s long history.
Spider Paheton & Richard O’Donnell 
Double Harness – Pairs – Tandems The Orleton Farm Challenge Trophy
Championship Drive-Off The Robert & Virginia Weaver Challenge Trophy
Pleasure Drive Amateur Whip Award The Susie S. BuchananPerpetual Trophy
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$50,000 Devon Arena Eventing
Boyd Martin for the WinBoyd Martin claimed his second-ever win in the $50,000 Devon Arena Eventing class on Sunday night.
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Tune into exclusive interviews with riders, trainers, and more from inside the Devon Press Room! Friday’s Devon Press Pod features:FEI Arena Eventing Winner, Boyd Martin.Click below to tune into the latest from the Devon Press Pod.
Junior Jumpers

Jole Kosloske & Floralie
1.10/1.15m Junior Jumper Champion

Elizabeth Rhinehart & Amorem Rose
1.10/1.15m NAL/WIHS Jr Jpr Winner
Photos by Nemzoff Fine Art Photography for Phelps Media Group
WIHS Shetland Pony Steeplechase
Pint-sized jockeys and ponies took to the Dixon Oval for Devon’s edition of the WIHS Shetland Pony Steeplechase!
Devon Daily Candids
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About the Devon Horse Show and Country Fair: Started in 1896, The Devon Horse Show and Country Fair is the oldest and largest outdoor multi-breed horse show in North America and draws in top competitors from around the world. With the grandeur of Philadelphia’s historic Main Line as its backdrop, the show continues to reflect the local traditions and lifestyles of the community. The event is run by more than 2,000 volunteers and offers a variety of boutique shops in miniature cottages, amusement rides and games for kids, multiple dining options, and live entertainment. Proceeds support The Bryn Mawr Hospital.  The Devon Horse Show Foundation is a 501(c)(3), nonprofit. The organization is operated to perform the charitable and educational purposes of The Devon Horse Show and Country Fair, Inc. It also supports the maintenance and improvement of the historic Devon Horse Show grounds to ensure its position as one of the premier equestrian event facilities in the world.
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