The Plaid Horse has joined The Devon Horse Show as a media partner with magazine distribution for its 2022 edition. The show, recognized as a US Equestrian Heritage Competition, runs May 26, 2022 through June 5, 2022 in Devon, PA.
Held since 1896, The Devon Horse Show is the oldest and largest outdoor multi-breed horse show in the United States. In addition to its prestigious competition, The Devon Horse Show also offers special events such as the Carriage Pleasure Drive, Tribute to Heroes—Memorial Day, and Arena Eventing.
The Devon Country Fair was established in 1919 and raises money for Bryn Mawr Hospital through activities such as an Art Gallery, Ladies Day, Family Days, and more.
The Plaid Horse will return for its 19th year of partnership with The Devon Horse Show, providing media coverage and magazine distribution.
“We are delighted to have our anniversary issue coincide with our 19th year of distribution at The Devon Horse Show,” says The Plaid Horse Publisher Piper Klemm, Ph.D. “There is so much tradition, history, and community at The Devon Horse Show, and we are delighted to be partnered with them once again. I was born in Philadelphia and went to the nearby Agnes Irwin School in Rosemont, PA. Since childhood, I have been attending The Devon Horse Show, and it remains something I look forward to each year.”
About The Plaid Horse
The Plaid Horse is a woman-owned small business dedicated to education in the horse show industry. We publish 10-12 magazine issues per year as well as a series of novels and select non-fiction, run a daily website, and produce a weekly podcast. A frequent horse show sponsor, we are committed to inspiring young riders to take a more active role in the industry.
About Piper Klemm
Dr. Piper Klemm is the owner and publisher of The Plaid Horse. Her mission is to educate young equestrians in every facet of our industry and to empower young women in particular to find their voices and stories—and to share them.
She has spent her entire career focusing on education through various channels, including The Plaidcast, North America’s most listened-to horse show podcast; as a professor at Clarkson University; co-authoring the Show Strides book series; and by providing educational articles, grants, and experiential learning opportunities for riders of all ages and levels. She earned her Ph.D. in Chemistry at the University of California, Berkeley.
Piper lives in Canton, New York, with her husband, Adam Hill. Adam is a Chemistry Professor at St. Lawrence University and the Faculty Mentor to the national champion IHSA Riding Team. She owns a fleet of lease ponies, and competes in the Amateur Hunter divisions with MTM Sandwich.
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