A Look Back at the 2021 Washington International Horse Show Presented by MARS Equestrian™

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The 63rd edition of the Washington International Horse Show presented by MARS Equestrian™ is officially a wrap and showcased the best of the best in show jumping, hunter, and equitation competition. Thank you to the sponsors, exhibitors, grooms, horses, staff, and fans for another successful year.

Daily Updates From This Year’s Show

Stewart, Sexton, and Zimmerman Win Grand Championships at 2021 WIHS

On Wednesday, October 27, the WIHS awarded championships in a variety of amateur and professional hunter divisions. The schedule also included the $10,000 WIHS Children’s Hunter Championship and $10,000 WIHS Adult Hunter Championship.

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Tiffany Foster Scores World Cup Win at 2021 Washington International Horse Show

Competition on Saturday, October 30, 2021, came to an exciting finish at WIHS as Tiffany Foster (CAN) and Figor, owned by Artisan Farms LLC and Tiffany Foster, won the $215,000 Longines FEI Jumping World Cup™ Washington CSI4*-W for the President’s Cup, presented by Mars Equestrian™.

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Additional Press Releases and Results Coverage

 

Hear From the Winners and Rewatch Major Moments

Rewatch winning rounds, rider interviews, and special features from on-site at the 2021 WIHS.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Watch Winning Rounds and Interviews

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Watch the WIHS Shetland Pony Steeplechase Races

 

If you missed out on the live coverage, you can still watch event replays through USEF Network and international competition on FEI.TV.

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Watch International Competition

 

In The News

Virginia Teen Puts Her Skills to the Test at Washington International Horse Show

The COVID-19 pandemic moved the WIHS out of the D.C. metro area this year, but that didn’t stop dozens of championship hopefuls from making the trip to the Tryon International Equestrian Center in Mill Spring, North Carolina. Among them was 18-year-old Riley Hogan.

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D.C. Native Follows Family’s Footsteps to Washington International Horse Show

Chloe Reid traveled to the Tryon International Equestrian Center in Mill Spring, North Carolina, this week for the WIHS. Reid is a rising star from Washington, D.C. She’s competing against some of the best in the world and looking to make her mark on this sport.

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The Love of the Horse Never Goes Away: 80-Year-Old Equestrian Takes on Washington International Horse Show

The WIHS draws a lot of big names, but none quite like fan favorite Betty Oare.
At 80 years old, Oare is an avid horseback rider. She finished eighth in her class in the Adult Hunter Championship at the WIHS this week.

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A Story of Two Swan Songs at Washington International

Though he knew that the WIHS Equitation Finals was going to be the last class of his junior career, Dominic Gibbs refused to let that thought creep into his head this week at the WIHS.

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Visit www.ShawnMcMillen.com to view and purchase show photos.

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See You Next Year on October 25-30, 2022!

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