Join us for the 76th Annual Horse Show this Labor Day weekend
August 31st though September 2nd, 2019

STABLING: is $150 for the entire show. All stalls must be ordered & paid for by August 21, 2019. No refunds on stalls for any reason.

All entries must be done either online at or faxed to: (908)534-8843. Pre-enter DEADLINE is August 21st, 2019. After creating your online entry, please be sure to click “SUBMIT” to properly complete your entry to the show. will send you an email confirmation of your entry.  No mailed, e-mailed or phone entries will be accepted. Entries received after due date will be accepted, but will incur a $25 post entry fee. Extra entry blanks & forms can be printed from off our website. The $25 Office Fee is non-refundable and applies to all entries. (Lead Line entries are exempt from the post entry fee and office/grounds fee)

Contact our Show Manager Doug Curry with questions.

It is our pleasure to bring you, for the 76th year, the Ludwig’s Corner Horse Show.

Thank you to our 2019 Sponsors, Donors & Friends

Show Office Hours
The Ludwig’s Corner Horse Show Office will be open on the Friday before the show from 12:00 Noon until 5:00pm. During the show, the Show Office will be open from 7:00am until show closing.

The Show Office also accepts credit cards for your entry payment at the window. Please note that Parents MUST sign the Entry Blank for their minor child. This also includes the Entry form for the Open Schooling Afternoon on Friday before the show. Trainers may not sign for junior riders.

Scratch/Adds must be done at the Show Office or the In-Gate. We do not accept Scratch/Adds on Facebook, via Email or over the Phone.

Phone Day Of Show: (908)800-3135

Winner's Circle
The Winner’s Circle is located at the end of the Main Ring, by the Trophy & Awards Tent. All riders may take photos with their horses and ribbons, awards and trophies in this area.

Please note that there will be no official show photographer. Exhibitors are free to contract with a professional photographer to shoot their classes. Photographers are welcome to post their contact info on the LCHS Facebook Page or at the Show Office. Photographers are not allowed inside the exhibition rings.

Trophy Cases
Trophy winners at Ludwig’s Corner Horse Show are presented with beautiful trophies which are then engraved with their names next to the past winners.

In order to keep the history of the show alive and part of the local community, LCHS engraves & displays the trophies all year in two separate display cases at the crossroads of 401 and 100. Thanks to DNB First and Ludwig’s Grille & Oyster Bar for being a part of one of the longest running horse shows in Chester County and showcasing our trophies inside their businesses.

Reserved Hillside Seating

Reserved, shaded tented seating with a table and 6 chairs for use over the entire weekend is available for purchase. These are located above the Main Ring and above Ring 2. This reserved seating is perfect for exhibitor’s families with small children. Book one as a Barn to assemble, socialize and watch the show in comfort. Pets are welcome but must be leashed.

Click here for more info: Box Seating at the Horse Show

Points Affiliation

The Ludwig’s Corner Horse Show is a member of the Chester County Horse Show Association.  Individual members are entitled to CCHSA points only after they have paid their dues and their horses are registered with the association.

Ex-Racehorses registered with The Jockey Club are eligible to compete in our TJC Thoroughbred Incentive Program classes for Hunters and Jumpers at the show. You must have your horse registered with tjcTIP and list your horse’s TIP number on your show entry blank when entering.

Marshall & Sterling Insurance League points are offered in select classes. Riders must be members of the Marshall & Sterling Insurance League in order for points to count. Only the Rider need join.

Side Saddle riders earn ISSO points.

The Horse Show Committee

The all-volunteer horse show committee collaborates with the show manager on planning the annual horse show.  These parties determine the class offerings and produce the annual prize list.  The horse show committee maintains the show trophies; plans the exhibitor awards, prizes & show ribbons, handles the presentations in the rings, and is present and visible at the horse show. Committee members do not make management decisions during the competition.  The show manager is responsible for the competition officials & employees, as well as the administration & execution of the competition.