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Prize List Available for The 2023 St. Louis National Charity Horse Show

September 13-17, 2023




2022 Region 5 Maclay Winner: Allie Hunter, Photo by Alison Hartwell Photohraphy.


Lake St. Louis, MO – August 9, 2023 – The prize list is now available for the St. Louis National Charity Horse Show scheduled for September 13-17, 2023, at the National Equestrian Center in Lake St. Louis, Missouri. Enter now online at HorseShowsOnline to experience all the excitement and special events the horse show has to offer!


Exciting Competition

The show continues its long history of tradition with great hospitality, friendly management, impressive Irish crystal trophies, and exciting competition to benefit local charities. The show features two outdoor rings and two indoor rings with generous warm-up areas to keep the schedule flowing. New equitation highlights include the new HAMEL FOUNDATION NHS Area Championship 3’3" and the THIS NHS Adult Medal Area Championship 3'. The Region 5 NHSAA/ASPCA Maclay Regional will be held on Sunday, September 17th.

Perhaps you want to get in the derby spirit with the $5.000 Hunter Derby with a $1,000 bonus split among non-pros in the top spots. More derby options include the $2,500 2'6 Derby, and the $500 MOHJO 2' Mini-Derby. Feature jumper classes include the $5,000 Children's Adult Jumpers, the $2,500 Low Junior/Amateur Jumper Classic, and the $1,500 MOJO classics. To top it all off, riders can participate in the new $100 classics for Short Stirrup, Children's Hunter Pony, and the Children's and Adult 2'6"/2'9" divisions. Just for fun, watch the $500 Manna Pro Grooms Class, the adorable Lead Line class, and the Hall of Fame Ceremony. There's plenty of top competition and fun to be had for the whole family while catching all of the action with plenty of generous hospitality. Hospitality Hospitality returns to the horse show with barn-sponsored lunches, dinners, happy hours, and an ice cream social. This year you can enjoy the Dielman Sotheby's International hospitality tents outside. Inside you can reserve a ringside box for an up-close and personal view of the show with daily snacks and drinks on Friday and Saturday evenings. Enjoy a few meals - plus some fun - courtesy of this great group of supporters! Wed. - Fri. - Donuts - All Bizness Insurance Wednesday Lunch - Kee West Farm Thursday Lunch - Amanda Thomas, LLC Thursday Welcome Party - R&R Ranch Friday Lunch - Baskin Farm Friday Dinner - Mechlin Farm Saturday Dinner - Shannon Hicks, LLC, Rolling Acres Stables & White Fox Manor Happy Hours - Kyle Muckler Training, The Tack Trunk Saturday Ice Cream - Happenstance Farm Wed.-Sun. - Outdoor Hospitality Tents - Dielmann Sotheby's International Realty Emerson Burr Horsemanship Grant The St. Louis National Charity Horse Show is excited to host the Zone 7 Emerson Burr Horsemanship Grant testing. It’s a great way for pony riders to test their horsemanship knowledge and earn money for their equestrian endeavors. The grant testing is available for juniors competing in pony classes, ages 17 and under. The program consists of a written multiple-choice test on horsemanship with four age groups. The National test will be held at USEF Pony Finals. Each winner at the zone level will receive a $100 grant to be used toward educational or equestrian-related expenses.

Supporting Local Charities As always, the best part of the horse show is that it is proud to support two amazing non-profit organizations in the community: Stray Rescue of St. Louis, an organization dedicated to finding new lives for stray animals of St. Louis, and TREE House of Greater St. Louis, a therapeutic horsemanship center for people with disabilities and their families. Over the last five years, the show has proudly donated over $115,000 to these charities. The horse show strives to improve the lives of both people and animals through these events and the organizations that benefit from them.For more information, visit the website at stlhorseshow.com.


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