The Pennsylvania National Horse Show is one of the oldest and most prestigious shows in America. The horse show started in 1946 as a benefit for the Harrisburg Kiwanis Youth Foundation. It gained so much popularity over the years that it was lengthened from 4 days to 10 days. Each year there are a very limited number of entries allowed in the divisions. From OZ Emily Perkins aboard New England and Emily Hutson aboard Commonwealth were among the elite to perform in their respective hunter divisions.
New England owned and ridden by Emily Perkins
Small Junior Hunter 16-17 received an 8th place over jumps and 9th place under saddle
Commonwealth owned by SAS LLC ridden by Emily Hutson
3′6″ Amateur Owner 18-35 received 9th place under saddle