The Pennsylvania National Horse Show, presented by The Lindsay Maxwell Charitable Fund, is pleased to announce that the prize list, qualifying information, and entry forms for the 2017 Horse Show will be available online at noon on Wednesday, June 28 at www.PAnational.org. The prize list will only be available online and will not be mailed out. The 72nd annual show will continue at the Farm Show Arena Complex in Harrisburg, PA, October 12-21.
Two sections of Junior Hunters 3'3" will be offered - one small and one large. Home of the Neue Schule/USEF Junior Jumper Championships and the Dover Saddlery/US Hunter Seat Medal, the Pennsylvania National Horse Show is the launching ground for many young riders hoping to make their mark in the equestrian world.
Closing dates are as follows:
In addition to providing information for exhibitors, the website contains vendor space applications and program advertising details. Applications are also available for eligible Junior riders to apply for The Claire Mawdsley Scholarship awards.
The Lindsay Maxwell Charitable Fund is a private, charitable fund. It accepts grant proposals for the benefit of charitable, educational, or scientific purposes, exclusively from tax-exempt, charitable organizations. The issues where the Fund focuses its resources reflect Lindsay's personal priorities and values: improving the lives of children with special needs; enabling access opportunities to education; and providing care, compassion, and protection to animals.
The Pennsylvania National Horse Show is one of the largest indoor shows in the U.S., hosting horses and competitors from across the country. Over 1,000 qualified horses compete for over $500,000 in prize money including the $100,000 Grand Prix de Penn National. Proceeds from the show support the Pennsylvania National Horse Show Foundation, benefitting community youth and equine programs. For more information on the show or sponsorship opportunities, visit www.PaNational.org or