For Immediate Release: January 31, 2023

Virginia Horse Center Foundation

Media Contact: Lisa Davis Engel



The Lexington Country Horse Show II

On Deck!

LEXINGTON, VAThe Lexington Country Horse Show II gets underway February 3rd through 5th at the Virginia Horse Center. “The plan is to hold all of the classes in the Anderson Coliseum this weekend,” commented Show Manager Steve Wall.

“We had a great time here for the first installment of the show and are looking forward to this coming weekend,” he added.

The show is USEF “National” Rated and recognized by the NCHJA, VHSA, MDHSA and SWVHJA and includes qualifying classes for the Virginia Hunter Championships and the Amy Y. Reistrup Equitation Challenge.

Lexington Country Horse Show II is also a great way to earn points for the Virginia Horse Center Series Awards which includes points earned from both Lexington Country Horse Show I and II and the Lexington Spring Welcome [March 2-5]. The Series Championships recognizes the Green Hunters (3’), Amateur Owner Hunters (3’6”), Green Hunters (3’3”), Amateur Owner Hunters (3’3”), Green Hunters (3’6”/3’9”), Pony Hunters Junior Hunters (3’6”), Children’s Hunters Junior Hunters (3’3”), Adult Hunters and Low Pre-Children’s/Adult Hunter. Prizes will be mailed or delivered following the final show.

“As a benefit for the Virginia Horse Center Foundation, we appreciate all of the competitors who showed with us at Lexington Country Horse Show I and hope they return for continued competition and camaraderie this weekend,” said VHC CEO Glenn Petty.

Judging will be T. Whitehead with course design by Alan Lohman. For more information, contact Show Manager Steve Wall at 262-893-9416.

Email Steve Wall to reserve stalls.

Click here to view the online prize list.

Click here to enter online.

All photo credits: Horseshoebend Media Group

About the Virginia Horse Center Foundation

The Virginia Horse Center Foundation, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, provides a world-class facility hosting regional, national, and international equestrian events. The Virginia Horse Center Foundation envisions a unique, bucolic landmark to honor and celebrate the timeless, special bond between mankind and the horse through safe, fair and spirited equestrian competition.

Facebook  Instagram  LinkedIn  Twitter  YouTube