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Hermès and the 2015 American Gold Cup CS14*-W

Wednesday, September 9, 2015
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Today marks the start of the much anticipated five-day horse show that is the 2015 American Gold Cup CSI4*-W. And maintaining its longstanding support for equestrian excellence, French luxury brand, Hermès, will be participating in the prestigious show jumping competition at Old Salem Farm in North Salem, New York.


An exciting line up is set to take place at the event running from September 9-13, with leading international competitors including Hermès partner riders Daniel Bluman from Columbia and Nick Dello Joio from the United States. Guests are in for a treat, as the brand will set up shop on Boutique Row, offering a selection of high-performance, quality must-haves for the horse, rider, and stable. (Think wool blankets, waterproof leather boots, cotton carryall bags and more).


Adding to the event’s entertainment and hype, Hermès will present the $35,000 Speed Derby FEI Art 239 C on Saturday, September 12, and the following day will conclude with the American Gold Cup Grand Prix, which serves as a qualifying event for the 2016 World Cup Finals in Sweden. Plus, Longines FEI World Cup Jumping New York will present $215,000 to the winner.


So come one, come all! Bring your family and friends to watch the show live in action and shop the latest equestrian goods. What can be better? More info on the event and ticket purchases can be found here.





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