For Immediate Release
Princeton, New Jersey
Princeton Show Jumping is pleased to announce that ShowAssist is an Official Sponsor of its 2021 world-class show jumping events and title sponsor of the Horse Show Hero Award during the World Champion Hunter Rider Week July 28 through August 5, 2021.
ShowAssist is an app that connects barn managers, riders and owners with grooms, stall cleaners, braiders, bodyworkers, body clippers and other support staff at US Equestrian and Equestrian Canada hunter-jumper shows for on-demand short-term work during the show week. ShowAssist is for you, whether you are a professional rider, amateur, owner, trainer, or parent. If you need an experienced groom, braider or body worker for a day, a week or the entire show circuit, you can post a job opportunity for free and only pay when you find the help you need.
If you are an experienced groom, braider or body worker looking to make extra income, ShowAssist is for you! You can search for jobs based on your availability and your experience. You can also make your own schedule. Whether you’re looking for work for one day, a full show week or the entire show circuit. You can search and apply for work at all AA, A and select B Rated horse shows across the U.S. and Platinum, Gold, Silver and Select Bronze level horse shows in Canada.
ShowAssist allows users to pay and receive pay automatically or in cash at the end of each job and is a great tool for bookkeeping.
Their mission is to build connections within the industry and help people get back to work. ShowAssist donates a portion of its proceeds to the Equestrian Aid Foundation and the Show Jumping Relief Fund to help those who have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
“ShowAssist is excited to partner with Princeton Show Jumping,” said co-founder Deidre McAuley-Hayes. “Princeton Show Jumping is a prestigious equestrian venue well-known for fostering young sport horses in the hunter/jumper community, and for their support of the World Championship Hunter Rider program.”
“We look forward to building connections between the competitors and support staff in the industry during their upcoming show season,” said co-founder Malachi Hinton.
“We are excited about our partnership with ShowAssist,” commented Andrew Philbrick, President and Owner of Princeton Show Jumping. “Princeton is 100% behind their mission of getting everyone back to work! The ShowAssist app is an easy to use hiring tool for the barns participating in our events and for those in our industry looking for work. We really appreciate the fact that ShowAssist donates a portion of its earnings to the Equestrian Aid Foundation and the Show Jumping Relief Fund. We’re excited to partner with a group that gives back to the sport!”