And that’s a wrap on another beautiful circuit at the Devon Horse Show. A hotspot for the who’s-who of the hunter jumper world, Devon also draws in equestrians of all other disciplines including sidesaddle, eventing and the gaited horse community. Check out some of our favorite snapshots shared on Instagram from this iconic piece of equestrian history, brought to you by our friends at Kentucky Performance Products!

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#MaclayMonday “I don’t have any equitation goals for the year. I try to approach the finals as a landmark to compare to years prior and improve every year. I have an incredible group of people behind me and amazing horses and I will take the sport as far as it takes me. To me the best part of the National Horse Show is the atmosphere, it’s the last of four championships before the year is over so the atmosphere is very high-pressure and everyone is on their A-game.” – Hallie Grimes (@hallllie.g ) after winning section A of the @ASPCA Maclay at The Devon Horse Show (@Devon1896 ) aboard Boldly Stated. Photo by @Mackenzie_Clark Photo #EquitationGoals #NHS2019 #equestrian #horseshow #showjumping #hunterjumper #grandprix #DevonHorseShow #goals #NHS2019 #bigeq #maclay #equitation #Longines #FEIWorldCup #MaclayFinals #lexingtonky #kyhorsepark #NHS #NationalHorseShow

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monday mood 😾

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horsin’ around cuz it’s finally the weekend 😍🐎🎩

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