Postcard from the Land of Bluegrass, the Kentucky National Horse Show, Presented by Kentucky Performance Products

Kentucky is one of those iconic places where you just think “HORSES.” Rolling bluegrass paddocks, glistening Thoroughbreds, running for the roses, and the Kentucky Horse Park. The Kentucky National Horse Show is a classic, prestigious show right in the heart of horse country at the Kentucky Horse Park.  Ponies, Grand Prix jumpers, tidy hunters, and even developing show jumper championships take place on the grounds. What better way to spend a week?  The show is still going on this week…let’s catch up!

Loving the caption, not to mention this rider’s picture-perfect eq.

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Big Mac(k) with a small fry on the side 🍔🍟❤️

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Turn and burn!

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reunited & it feels so gooooood🤠🚀

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This adorable duo is #goals!

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Some more results from a great week at The Kentucky National! ⭐️ Great job riders! Claire Crawford and Dragonfly’s Encore were Champion of the Pre-Children’s Hunters and Claire also rode Stole The Show to ribbons in the Medium Pony Hunters, a 3rd in the Classic and to a 3rd in the USEF Pony Medal. Le Diplomate and Michelle Gauchat took home a win and other great ribbons in the AO 3’6 Hunters. LPF Woodford and Shea McCoy had great rounds in the Junior Hunters 15&U. Raquel Mazur and Nana Mia 241 were 8th in the Medium Jr/AO Classic and placed well in their other two classes. Way to go! 🤩 Bennett Kitchens rode Cachas Fumar to great ribbons in the 16-17 Junior Hunters and ended up 6th in the National Eq on Rantanplan. Lily Oelschlager had consistent rounds all week in the equitation on Conello and in the Children’s Jumpers on Afandina. Lily also earned 2nd place in the Zone 5 Horsemanship Written Portion. Cate Crawford rode well in the equitation on Carlarco E.S., while Chante Lamont-Owen had super rounds on Carlisco in the Low Adult Jumpers! 💪🏼 Anna Tokich was 9th in the NAL/WIHS Children’s Jumper Classic riding Highland Van ’T Heike. Lauren Bower was speedy in the Low Adult Jumpers on Bigito du Chene ending up 2nd, 4th & 4th in the Classic. Meghan Kaupp also won a 1.0m Class on Bigito. Meghan rode La Reve SCF and sale horse Jetson to placings in the USHJA 3’0. Lily Herzog and Yellowstone were consistent in the Medium Pony Hunters, with a 7th in the Classic and a 4th in the Pony Medal. Kelly Bauernschmidt and Mojito placed in the Adult Hunters 18-35, with a 5th place finish in the Classic. Kelly and Illinois Z ended up 12th in the Low Jr/AO Classic and ribboned in their other two classes. Jori Greene rode great this week and placed consistently in the Children’s Hunters 15-17 and Andrew Elhindi and sale horse Contador were 6th and 7th in the Adult Jumpers. 🏆 To round it out Elizabeth Sullivan rode great aboard Twiggy Gem in the Low Children’s Jumpers. : : #madisonhillsfarm #madisonhills #equestrian #equestrians #equestrianlife #horsebackriding #riding #horse #pony #horsesofinstagram #horseshow #horseshowlife #horselife #hunterhorse #equitation #showjumping

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Congratulations to this rider’s return to showing!

We agree with the caption: This pair is having a blast!

Some super intense focus here.

This horse is allergic to wood…

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No rest for the Wicked 💥

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Here’s to all the horse and pony parents out there!

Go Jumping!


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