WIHS Barn Night, Thursday October 25, was an action packed evening with lots of prizes won by local barns!
Among the prize winners were Meadowbrook Stables for the largest overall group, followed by Harmony Ridge for the largest Maryland group, Tamarack for largest Virginia group and Rock Creek for largest DC/other group. These barns either won a Custom Drape Set or Dover Saddlery gift cards!
The Garrison Forest School won the Spirit Contest, showcasing lots of blue themed decorations and spirit! Their spirit won them a custom refurbished golf cart courtesy of United Metro Golf Cart.
The Butler School won the Poster Contest, with Potomac Horse Center coming in second. The winners were followed by Commonwealth Foxhounds Pony Club and Twin Oaks, placing 3rd and 4th respectively.
The Iron Bridge Hounds Pony Club clinched first place for the Video Contest, winning a clinic with Stacia Klein Madden! The theme of both the Poster and Video Contest was ‘Riding Through the Decades’ and all of the entries interpreted the theme in a variety different ways.
Catherine Tyree, aboard Bokai, won the first class of the evening—round two of the $40,000 Welcome Stake. Coming in second was Beezie Madden, riding Breitling LS.
The next class, the $35,000 International Jumper Accumulator Costume Class, was a huge hit and full of incredible costumes from pirates to the Statue of Liberty! Brian Moggre, riding MTM Flutterby, clinched victory out of 15 entries, all while dressed up in his “Grease” costume.
Congratulations to all of the winners of Barn Night and we hope you enjoy your wonderful prizes!
The Equiery is a proud sponsor of Barn Night at the Washington International Horse Show.