The 2018 Las Vegas National CSI4*-W returns to the South Point Arena & Equestrian Center with increased prize money for the Longines FEI Jumping World Cup™ Las Vegas, plus the Markel Insurance 1.45m Grand Prix Series Final, the Show Jumping Hall of Fame West Coast Championships and the CPHA Foundation/WCE Equestrians Medal Final. In addition for 2018, we are honored to have been chosen to host the inaugural AON/USHJA National Championships! With something for everyone, this special event lands in Las Vegas for its kick-off and all who attend can enjoy the South Point amenities not seen at any other horse show.
Where else can you mix with international show jumping stars, compete, bowl, see a movie, visit the spa, eat in one of 11 restaurants, watch the show from your hotel room – all under the same roof where your horse is stabled? Only in Vegas!
“This year will be unique and exciting,” notes Melissa Brandes, VP of Marketing & Communications for Blenheim EquiSports. “With the AON/USHJA National Championships as a part of the schedule, we will see riders from all of the zones. We look forward to welcoming international and national riders to the South Point.”
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With a full FEI schedule, The 2018 Las Vegas National CSI4*-W features the$135,000 Longines FEI Jumping World Cup™ Las Vegas, multiple FEI Jumper Classics and Speed Stakes, as well as the $30,000+ Markel Insurance 1.45m Jumper Series Final (currently with add-back from eight qualifers and four remaining the purse is close to $40,000). The CPHA Foundation/WCE Medal Finals, and the $10,000 SJHOF West Coast Championships. Entries for The Las Vegas National are due on Oct. 15th.
And to top it off, the first-ever AON/USHJA Championships will feature National Hunter Championships, the USEF/USHJA National Jumper Championships (1.10m-1.40m), the first of its kind USHJA Affiliate Championships at fence heights of 2′ and 2’6″, and the USHJA National Equitation Championships for riders 14 and under and those 15-17.