The EQUUS Foundation is pleased to renew its association with the Fairfield County Hunt Club June Horse Show which is being held this week through Saturday, June 26, 2021. Here are four ways you can help protect America’s horses and strengthen the bond between horses and people even if you are not able to attend the show.
Stepping Out for America’s Horses
|The “Stepping Out for America’s Horses” starts today! Thanks to our sponsor, Fairfield Equine Associates, the campaign will directly benefit the horses of EQUUS Foundation Guardian charities in the Northeast.
View all the participating horses here
The Stepping Out Campaign is a great way to demonstrate your athletic prowess and philanthropic power! It’s easy to participate.
First, set your personal fitness goal for the number of steps you pledge to take during the show week by walking, running, riding or other activities.
Click here to register!
All funds you raise go directly to support the care of the horse you select!
Got donations for the Rider’s Closet mobile trunk? Stop by the Hospitality Tent and we’ll make sure your boots and apparel go to a great new home.
Can’t make it to the show? Click here to learn how you can donate by mail.
Enjoy Champagne & Cupcakes
Ringside Viewing of the $1,000 Charity Team Challenge
Please join the EQUUS Foundation as guests of our host, Cindy Raney & Co. for “Champagne & Cupcakes” at 4pm on Friday, June 25, in the Horse Show Hospitality Tent to watch the inaugural $1,000 Charity Team Challenge presented by Corro. Thanks to Corro’s sponsorship of the prize money, the EQUUS Foundation will receive 100% of class entry fees.
Enjoy exciting show jumping, champagne, cupcakes, and a “Mini Kissing Booth” featuring a miniature horse rescued by EQUUS Foundation Guardian charity, Rising Starr Horse Rescue.