The Junior Competition begins this Memorial Day Weekend, and is just one of the many events and good times to be had during the Devon Horse Show on it's way to the $100,000 Grand Prix.
Thursday, May 22, will be the first day of competition for Devon, which continues through Sunday, June 1. The Devon Horse Show hosts 11 days of top-tier competition across multiple breeds and disciplines, showcasing the best riders and horses in the country.
Everyone will have fun as they watch world-class show jumping, equitation, show hunter, driving, and American Saddlebred and Hackney divisions.
McLain Ward, Olympic gold medalist and winner of the 2013 Grand Prix of Devon, will return in 2014 to defend his title with Rothchild and will have another shot at the THIS Triple Crown Challenge.
Be sure and head to the Dixon Oval Gate to watch as the horses and riders enter and exit the stadium for their rides. It is one of the best places to catch a close look at these magnificent riders and their horses.
Great shops and the bar are near too!
We hope you make it out!
|McLain Ward and Rothchild on their way to victory in 2013. Photo © The Book LLC
About the Devon Horse Show & Country Fair
May 22 - June 1, 2014
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The Devon Horse Show & Country Fair, founded in 1896, is the nation's oldest and largest multi-breed outdoor horse show. It is one of 16 United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) Heritage Competitions. The 11-day event attracts over 100,000 visitors annually and is one of the largest volunteer based fundraising events in the country. Proceeds from the event benefit Bryn Mawr Hospital. While attracting top competitors from around the world for events such as the $100,000 Grand Prix of Devon (Thurs., May 29), the event remains one of Philadelphia's premiere traditions, offering great food, boutique shopping, and rides, games, and events for the whole family. Tickets are on sale now, click here
Information obtained from Jennifer Wood Media, Inc.