Held over five days, the American Gold Cup brings together a diverse crowd of elite equestrian athletes, discerning horse owners, excited fans and young hopefuls waiting to catch a glimpse of their idols set amongst a fanfare of family-friendly activities, competitions, shopping, entertainment and celebrity sightings. In addition to the competition ring, the international show jumping event features high-end shopping located along Old Salem Farm's boutique row. From top-notch equestrian tack and equipment to fashion, jewelry, antiques, art and much more, the scenic outdoor boutiques offer show-goers the perfect opportunity to get some shopping in while taking a break from the competition action. Visit www.theamericangoldcup.com for more information

The 2017 American Gold Cup at Old Salem Farm came to an end on Sunday as some of the world's top international show jumping athletes competed for the coveted American Gold Cup trophy. Read More
Saturday hosted the $86,000 Fidelity Investments® Classic CSI4* at the American Gold Cup, where Irish athletes and Sweet Oak Farm barnmates Shane Sweetnam and Lorcan Gallagher finished one-two in the day's highlight event. Read More
The speed class tested top equestrian athletes over Alan Wade's 12-obstacle course set at 1.45m in height. Sixth in the ring out of 66 horse-and-athlete combinations, Andrew Ramsay (USA) maintained his quick, clear effort throughout the class. Read More
The USA's Abigail McArdle and Plain Bay Sales' Chuck Berry 8 bested the field of 78 international horses and athletes to round out show jumping competition for day one, claiming the first FEI win of the week. Read More
“I thought Alan Wade built a difficult course today, which I think is well suited for a class of this prestige and amount of prize money,” said Farrington. “As a World Cup Qualifier, it brings the best riders and their top horses. “It worked out for me today, but regardless, I thought it was a... Read More
The horses of E2 Showjumpers kicked off the fall season in stellar style with top placings at the 2015 American Gold Cup CSI4*. After placing third in the $85,000 American Gold Cup Qualifier, Peter Lutz and Robin de Ponthual advanced to the $215,000 Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping New York.... Read More
On Sunday morning, the American Gold Cup at Old Salem Farm commenced with the $25,000 SJHOF Roberto Coin High Junior/Amateur-Owner Classic. Out of a field of 60 entries, only eight were able to jump clear around the Alan Wade-designed course in the Grand Prix Ring. Tori Colvin was third to go and... Read More
Forty athletes qualified for the second event in the Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping North American League East, which boasts a minimum of $2.4 million prize money across the series featuring the best Jumping athletes from North America and around the world. Ireland's Alan Wade designed the... Read More
After a successful season in 2014, Andretti S had some time off, which resulted in a few setbacks, but Saturday he proved he is back in top form. Laura Kraut piloted the 10-year-old gelding to the quickest clear jump-off, setting a blistering pace to beat out Ireland's Paul O'Shea aboard Skara... Read More
Every year, junior riders from around the country strive to earn points to qualify for the ASPCA/NHSAA Maclay Regional Championships. On Saturday, 37 of those young, qualified riders gathered at the American Gold Cup CSI4*-W to compete in the Region 2 ASPCA/NHSAA Maclay Regional Championships and... Read More

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