The Hampton Classic, the prestigious culminating event of the Hamptons' famed summer season, runs August 23-30 in Bridgehampton, NY, hosting its 40th year of world-class equestrian competition. Many of the world's top jumper and hunter riders come from across the country and beyond to compete for their share of some of the richest prize money in the nation. With six show rings, a Boutique Garden with more than 70 vendors, and a wide selection of dining options and a Farmer's Market, all on its 60-acre show grounds. With its top competition and pristine setting, The Hampton Classic is not just a place to see, it's also a place to be seen.

With Cosma 20, she wins her second class at this year's Hampton Classic. McArdle's time (69.62 seconds) easily bested Sydney Shulman on Wamira (72.27) and McLain Ward on Azibantos (74.05 seconds). Read More
"We're using a carrot, not a stick, and I think it's working. Now we are seeing a feeling of competition," said Hirsch, who would like to see the show jumpers regard the jog as seriously as eventers do. "Now we're seeing presenters dressing up, not just coming in dirty jeans and a dirty... Read More
Fresh off a win in the $10,000 Marders Open Jumper class, Shane Sweetnam takes another class on Eregast Van't Kiezelhof. In a nail biting jump off he stopped the timer at 33.90 beating Peter Leone on Wayfarer. Read More
The California teenager urges Zorro to the tricolor and overtakes a class of 29 other horses winning the $5,000 Strong's Marine Low Amateur-Owner Jumper Classic and the Low Amateur-Owner Jumper Championship. Read More
Aboard Venturo 9, he wins $10,000 Marders Open Jumper class, making him the third Irish rider to Win a class in the Grand Prix Ring Read More
He claims two championships and three reserves at the 40th annual Hampton Classic Horse Show. Read More
Equestrian stylist Ashley Cline, along with Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen awarded Galet with the Best Boutique Award at the Hampton Classic. Galet's orange Citroen stands out among the crowd and helped make them a favorite. Read More
Three riders brought home championship titles at the Long Island Horse Show Series for Riders with Disabilities Championship Finals that was held at the Hampton Classic Horse Show. Read More
Chole Hase and Sue Marder-O'Conner tied for the South Fork Perpetual Trophy. This is awarded to the Grand Local Hunter Champion at the Hampton Classic Read More
Young Irish rider scores for first time in the Grand Prix Ring at the 40th annual Hampton Classic Read More


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