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Pennsylvania National Horse Show Returns to PA Farm Show Complex for 75th Anniversary

7 Oct, 2021


The Pennsylvania National Horse Show will celebrate its 75th anniversary at the Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex in Harrisburg, Pa., on October 14-23, 2021.

In 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic forced the cancellation of much of the PNHS, with select PNHS championship classes held outdoors at the Tryon International Equestrian Center in North Carolina rather than indoors at the Farm Show Complex. Now, the PNHS management team is happy to be back in the horse show’s home and to be able to make the event even more accessible to spectators. 

“Our hope is to fill the stands with not only exhibitors and the local equestrian community, but also those who may be experiencing the thrill of show jumping for the very first time,” continued Shirk.

All attendees will also be welcomed to shop an all-new vendor village, featuring equestrian and local vendors alike. With the majority of vendors to now be centrally located in one exposition hall, shoppers of all interests and equestrians of all disciplines will be welcomed in to shop, creating a new experience at the horse show, as well as an added benefit for PNHS vendors.

The vendor village is something that we’re really excited about, and it’s unlike anything we’ve done in the past,” explained Shirk. “We want it to be a place where equestrians and non-equestrians alike are able to come and shop while also experiencing the horse show as a whole.”  

Proceeds from the PNHS benefit the PNHS Foundation, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that provides grants to therapeutic riding and equine rescue organizations.

To view the full competition schedule and to find out more about the 2021 PNHS, visit www.panational.org. To keep up with the latest news and announcements from the PNHS, follow the horse show on Facebookand Instagram.  

Established in 1946, the Pennsylvania National Horse Show hosts the country’s top competitors in one of the largest indoor horse shows. Proceeds from the horse show benefit The Pennsylvania National Horse Show Foundation, a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt non-profit organization. Learn more by visiting www.panational.org

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