Wellington, Fla. – Dec. 18, 2018 – From Oct. 27–Nov. 4, the world famous National Horse Show celebrated its 135th year of competition in the “Horse Capital of the World” in Lexington, Kentucky. The event, which is one of the most revered and storied horse shows in America, once again displayed top professional, amateur and junior hunter, jumper and equitation competition within its home at the Alltech Arena at the Kentucky Horse Park.
Horse & Country TV (H&C TV) is pleased to offer streaming of four top classes from this year’s National Horse Show for FREE, courtesy of EQSportsNet, on its website, including the inaugural $50,000 National Horse Show Hunter Classic, the $35,000 Salamander Hotels & Resorts Accumulator Class CSI4*, the $35,000 Free x Rein International Jumper Welcome Speed CSI4* as well as the prestigious ASPCA Maclay National Championship. Click here to watch all four competitions on H&C TV now!
The National Horse Show continues to be praised for its long-standing traditions and rich history, which dates back to 1883 when it was founded and held at the original Madison Square Garden venue in New York City. The renowned event is the culmination of the East Coast summer equestrian season and is known to be where the crème de la crème of hunter, jumper and equitation riders come together from across the nation to vie for top honors, championship titles and the chance to have their names recorded in equestrian history.
As the oldest indoor horse show in America, the National Horse Show is firmly established as a major fixture on national and international sports and social event calendars. In addition, the National Show Hunter Hall of Fame has named the National Horse Show the “Horse Show of the Year” for six consecutive years.
“The 2018 National Horse Show was an astounding success and we saw some of the best that American equestrian sport has to offer,” remarked Jennifer Burger, president of the National Horse Show. “This year, we presented new and exciting classes for our hunter and equitation competitors as well as feature top-notch CSI4*-W jumping competition that brought the best athletes from all over the world to Kentucky. I am thrilled with the outcome of the event and am looking forward to expanding our presence in 2019.”
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