I was thrilled to have been invited to cover the International World Jumping Competition in Barcelona. The event was held at the Reial Club de Polo de Barcelona and is the oldest sporting event in Spain.
The sport of kings in all it’s reigning glory returned to Bridgehampton, N.Y. from Aug. 28th – Sept. 4th for the 36th annual Hampton Classic Horse Show. Highlighting the event was the $250,000 FTI Grand Prix and FEI World Cup Qualifier on the last day, Sept. 4th.
The long anticipated WORLD EQUESTRIAN GAMES finally took place in Kentucky on September 25th for 16 glorious days. This acclaimed park has over 1,200 acres and has hosted some of the most prestigious events in the country.
The Annual Hampton’s Classic Horse Show is the largest and most spectacular and respected hunter/jumper horse shows in the country, featuring over a half of million dollars in prize money, 50,000 spectators and 1,400 horses.
Right here in Chicago’s own back yard in the West Loop is a spectacular combination of horses, acrobats, aerialists, dancers and riders all performing under the Big Tent.