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The Brandywine Valley Summer Series horse shows, presented by Taylor Harris Insurance Services (THIS), is pleased to announce that the premier rated hunter and jumper competition will be returning to the prestigious Devon Show Grounds this June. The Brandywine Valley Summer Series, presented by THIS, will be a summer highlight, held June 24-June 29, 2014 and July 1-July 6, 2014. The 2014 East Coast U.S. Junior Hunter National Championships will also be held at the Devon Show Grounds July 7-8, 2014, and the Brandywine Valley Summer Series features a local day of competition on Wednesday, July 9, 2014.
The event features a full array of hunter and jumper events for horses and riders of all levels, benefiting the Domestic Violence Center of Chester County.
Taylor Harris Insurance Services (THIS) and Johnson Horse Transportation have been continually strong supporters of the series since it’s inception, and this year Johnson Horse Transportation is delighted to once again sponsor the $15,000 USHJA International Hunter Derby. The derby will be the Sunday highlight on June 29, during the first week of competition.
Exhibitors, sponsors, vendors and guests can find out more information about the Brandywine Valley Summer Series and download the prize list by visiting brandywinevalleysummerseries.com.
Brandywine Valley Summer Series Fast Facts
WHAT: A premier hunter/jumper/equitation horse show presented by Taylor Harris Insurance Services benefiting the Domestic Violence Center of Chester County. In 2011, the Pennsylvania Horse Show Association named the event “Horse Show of the Year”.
WHEN: Week I: June 24 –June 29, 2014, Week II: July 1-6, 2014, U.S. Junior Hunter National Championships East Coast July 7-8, 2014, and a local day of competition on Wednesday, July 9, 2014.
WHERE: The prestigious Devon Show Grounds in Devon, Pennsylvania.
BENEFICIARY: The mission of the show is to provide ‘AA’ quality competition that benefits other non-profit organizations. The opportunity to include the Domestic Violence Center of Chester County as beneficiaries ties directly to that goal.