Old Salem Farm welcomes equestrians to their iconic facility for the Fall Series, three weeks of top-notch USEF-rated competition which kicks off Week I September 8-13, Week II September 15-19, and Week III September 23-17.
“We are excited to welcome competitors back,” said Scott Hakim, president of Old Salem Farm. “We want to remind everyone to follow the COVID-19 protocols, including wearing a mask when unmounted and social distancing. Our goal is to keep everyone safe and host three weeks of great competition.”
Photo by The Book LLC.
Features of the Old Salem Farm Fall Series:
- $25,000 Grand Prix of North Salem, presented by The Kincade Group
- $75,000 Old Salem Farm Grand Prix, presented by The Kincade Group
- OSF Equitation Challenge, presented by the Palm Beach International Academy
- ASPCA Maclay Region 2 Championship
- $5,000 USHJA Hunter Derby
- $5,000 Old Salem Farm Derby
- $10,000 OSF Jumper Classic Weeks II and III
Old Salem Farm Fall Series Fast Facts:
What – Old Salem Farm Fall Series Horse Shows are three weeks of top-notch competition in the heart of Westchester County’s horse country. Old Salem Farm reminds competitors to adhere to COVID-19 Protocols for the safety of all.
Where – Old Salem Farm | 190 June Road | North Salem, New York 10560
Contact – Lori Johnsen via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Entries – Due August 31
Official Photographer – SEL Photography
About Old Salem Farm
Located just one hour north of New York City, Old Salem Farm is known as one of the finest equestrian competition venues in North America. Its beautifully manicured grounds host the world’s elite horses and athletes. Events on the property draw spectators from Westchester County and beyond who delight in strolling the grounds, shopping on boutique row, enjoying a range of culinary options while watching equestrian sport at its best.
Over the years, Old Salem Farm has hosted United States Olympic Team Selection Trials and Longines FEI World Cup qualifiers, FEI North American Youth Championships and ASPCA Maclay Regionals. Olympic stars such as Beezie Madden, McLain Ward, Leslie Burr-Howard, Daniel Bluman, Mario DesLauriers, Beat Mändli other world-class equestrians, have competed at Old Salem Farm throughout the years. Old Salem Farm, a 120-acre boarding and training facility with 90 permanent stalls, is the ideal learning environment for area clients to achieve their goals.