(Brookline, Vermont) — Southern Vermont’s oldest horse show will be held Saturday, July 2 at West River Stables At Meadowbrook Farm, 102 Hill Road. The first class starts at 9 a.m., rain or shine. Admission is free to this family-friendly event and spectators are encouraged to root for their favorites from ringside. Refreshments will be served by the New Brook Fire Department Auxiliary and all show profits will benefit the New Brook volunteer fire department which serves Newfane and Brookline.
The show has 53 classes this year including competitions for gaited pleasure horses, western road hack, saddle pairs, trail horses, hunters, jumpers and miniature horse driving. The George C. Ware Trail Class honors the show’s founder, and the Betty Cohn Memorial Class, Pairs of Working Hunters, honors the late Elizabeth Riera Cohn, who was the show’s secretary for 50 of its 75 years.
Exhibitors and spectators are asked not to bring their dogs.
Contact: Roger Poitras 802 365-7668