80th Horse Show Celebration


In addition to our traditional Country Fair activities, we have added a few special events to mark the Horse Show’s 80th Edition.

Kimberton Hunt Parade of Hounds

The Kimberton Hunt Club was founded in 1870 making it one of the oldest hunts in the United States.  Kimberton uses Penn-MaryDel foxhounds who are noted for their voices and ability to work in poor scenting conditions.

In the Rosato Ring at 3:00 pm

Muddy Creek Vaulters

Equestrian vaulting is a combination of dance and gymnastics on the back of a moving horse.  Vaulters perform while the horse is being lounged at the walk, trot or canter. Vaulters perform as individuals, pairs and teams. The Muddy Creek Vaulters perform in the Rosato Oval on Sunday at 3:30 pm.

Mounted Games

Mounted Games is a branch of equestrian sport, which, at its highest level, displays a variety of very fast relay races performed by excellent riders on well-trained ponies.  The sport is exciting for participants and spectators alike. Stay to enjoy Mounted Games across America in the Rosato Oval on Sunday at 4:00 pm

Race list:

  • Speed Weavers
  • Mug Shuffle
  • Carton
  • Sock and Bucket
  • Two Flag
  • Bottle Shuttle
  • Toolbox Scramble
  • Bang A Balloon
  • 3 Mug
  • Flag Fliers

Extended Hours for Midway Rides

On Sunday the Midway fun continues until 5 pm.

80th Anniversary Dinner

Come join our wonderful LCHS Community of Sponsors, Donors and Equestrians for a 4-Chef- 4-Food Station fabulous meal.  Starting with a Charcuterie/salad Bar, you are then free to roam the stations of Chef’s Jeff, Chef Misael, and Dragonfly’s Chef Matt and Chef Rhiannon Stone, and Chef Joe of Crabby Joey’s crab cakes and seafood fame.   We are very excited that our own dinner is the kick-off for these local socially responsible Chefs who are featured at the Epicurean Club at the Flowing Springs Inn (www.flowingspringsinn.com). This private dining club aims to provide a unique exclusive epicurean experience for members while working to develop vocational opportunities in hospitality for our local special needs young adults and adults. The “Kindness Cafe” is their signature project, working with the School District and the Intermediate Unit, and is targeted to launch later this fall at the Epicurean Garage staffed with special needs young adults.

The Horse Trailer cash bar opens at 4:00  for signature cocktails and mocktails along with your favorite beers and wines.  Peruse our wonderful auction items until the dinner starts @5 p.m.

Music provided by Dan Frantz and Jay Lesko’s band “Bubblin’ Crude”.

Tickets:  $50 pp