Buffalo International Horse Show Prize

Mark Your Calendars: 71st Annual Buffalo International Horse Show Returns This September
Buffalo, N.Y. – Aug. 3, 2017 – The 71st annual Buffalo International Horse Show (BIHS) returns to the Buffalo Equestrian Center, home to SBS Farms, Inc. and the Buffalo Therapeutic Riding Center (BTRC), Sept. 13-17!
The BIHS is held each year as a benefit for the BTRC and is designated a ‘Heritage’ competition by US Equestrian, reserved for horse shows in existence for 25 years or more that have promoted and grown equestrian sport and made contributions to the community outside the gates of the horse show by achieving, maintaining and promoting the equestrian ideals of sportsmanship and competition. The BIHS is fortunate to be one of less than 20 horse shows nationwide that holds this illustrious status.
This year’s event is dedicated in memory of Dr. John Steele and features the following exciting incentives:
  • Baby Green Hunters will have no entry fee. Bring your young ones to the BIHS for their first show experience!
  • Junior riders will earn a $25 credit for attending a horsemanship class on Sunday morning!
  • Trainers who bring five showing horses will receive one free stall; bring 10 or more and get two stalls free!
  • All showing horses will be included in a drawing for free entries and one free stall on Saturday night (US Equestrian fees not included)!
SBS Farms and the BTRC hope to see you at the 2017 BIHS! For more information regarding the 71st annual Buffalo International Horse Show and the Buffalo Therapeutic Riding Center, please click here.
SBS Farms, Inc. continues the proud tradition of the Buffalo Saddle and Bridle Club as one of the top show stables in the Northeast. Located in Buffalo, New York, Susan Schoellkopf is the executive director of the Buffalo Therapeutic Riding Center, which houses both the Buffalo Equestrian Center as well as SBS Farms. Built in 1922, the 160-stall facility is a historical landmark, with its unique English Tudor and Gothic-style architecture.
For more information on SBS Farms, please visit www.sbsfarms.com. For more information on the Buffalo Therapeutic Riding Center, please visit www.thebtrc.org.