All PNHS Qualifying Lists are Now Live!

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Harrisburg, PA – All qualifying lists for the 2021 Pennsylvania National Horse Show, to be held October 14-23 at the Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex, are now available to view online here.

Qualified exhibitors can expect to receive an official acceptance email prior to September 24, and the acceptance process must be completed by October 1. Additional stalls can be paid for following the receipt of an acceptance email, and extra stall reservations are not being taken prior to the sending of acceptance packages.

“We at the PNHS want to congratulate everyone who has qualified for this year’s special 75th-anniversary show,” said PNHS Executive Director Susie Shirk. “We’re thrilled with the number of entries this year, particularly for the new children’s and adult classes, and we’re looking forward to an exciting event.”

With two competition arenas being utilized for the first time in the horse show’s history, the 2021 PNHS will feature new full divisions for children’s and adult hunter and jumper competitors and $10,000 classics for the children’s hunters, adult hunters, children’s jumpers, adult jumpers and the low junior/amateur-owner jumpers. 

For hunter riders, $10,000 Winners Stake classes have been added for all junior, amateur-owner, pony and professional hunter divisions, and for jumpers, the show will feature both a 1.30m division with a $30,000 grand prix and a 1.45m division, culminating in the $100,000 Grand Prix de Penn National on Saturday, October 23.

To view a full schedule, click here.  For more of what exhibitors and spectators alike can expect at this year’s show – including free admission – click here.

For qualified riders, feed, bedding and stabling information can be found here. To view information on the qualifying procedures for the Children’s/Adult Hunters & Jumpers and Low Jr./Amateur Owner Jumper divisions, click here.  

Learn more about the 2021 Pennsylvania National Horse Show by visiting, www.panational.org.

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