By: PANHS on
Mar. 04th, 2015
For 70 years, the Pennsylvania National Horse Show has marked the season's end of outdoor horse showing and has kicked off the prestigious "Indoors" series of year end qualifying shows. Entries for these shows are accepted from the best in each division from across the United States and abroad as these elite athletes move the competition indoors to determine year end championships.
Last year, in addition to starting "Indoors", Pennsylvania National also invited the outdoors in by partnering with Trump Lawn and Land to decorate the newly constructed Sponsor Balcony and Garden. The site of numerous evening events and receptions, trunk shows, Parents' Zone, Jumper draws and hospitality, the Balcony was accessed by a short stroll through the Trump Garden complete with 18 foot tall maples in full red bloom, dozens of boxwoods and pansies and beautiful arrangements of ornamental grasses. The usual concourse oval was transformed and served as a vibrant welcome to the new balcony.
Following on the success of last year's partnership, Trump Lawn and Land will return to the Horse Show in 2015 and once again bring the outdoors to "Indoors." Located in York, Pennsylvania, Trump Lawn and Land can meet every landscape need from design to construction to maintenance. The goal at Trump is to provide customers with creative designs and quality workmanship in both construction and maintenance.
"We are so pleased to continue our partnership with Trump and look forward to seeing this year's garden design," said Liz Shorb, President of the Pennsylvania National Horse Show. "Seeing how Trump transformed the 100 year old Farm Show Complex into a beautiful landscaped garden is a true testament to their creative capabilities."
"2014 was a great start for our partnership with the Pennsylvania National Horse Show," commented Mike Trump of Trump Lawn and Land. "We look forward to bringing the garden back to the Farm Show Complex and providing a beautiful background to the Balcony events."
This year's Pennsylvania National Horse Show begins on Thursday, October 8 with "Junior Weekend" and six national championships for Juniors and culminates on Saturday, October 17 with the Grand Prix de Penn National after a week of professional and amateur hunter and jumper divisions, the Big Jump and the Keystone Classic. The Pennsylvania National Horse Show is one of the largest indoor horse shows in the country hosting the best competitors from across the country and abroad. Proceeds benefit community equine and youth activities. For more details visit www.PAnational.org or contact the show at (717)770-0222 or by email,Patty@PAnational.org.
For more details on Trump Lawn and Land, visit www.trumplawnandland.com or contact them at (717) 873-8545.