Deputy Mayor Cuts Ribbon on New International Ring at Princeton Show Jumping

Posted on September 1, 2016

Sarah Wayda, Andrew Philbrick, Alexander Wise Philbrick, Deputy Mayor Ed Trzaska and Anne Kursinski Opened the International Ring Sunday at Princeton Show Jumping

Sarah Wayda, Andrew Philbrick, Alexander Wise Philbrick, Deputy Mayor Ed Trzaska and Anne Kursinski opened the International Ring Sunday at Princeton Show Jumping

Montgomery Township’s Deputy Mayor, Ed Trzaska, Princeton Show Jumping’s Andrew Philbrick, his son Alexander, head rider Sarah Wayda and Olympian Anne Kursinski were on hand Sunday to officially open Princeton Show Jumping’s new International Ring.

The addition of the new rings and tower are part of the continuing development of Hunter Farms North. The site hosts 10 USEF rated shows each year from April through October, and attracts top horses and riders from all over the world. The 300′ x 225′ International Ring and the attached warm up ring employs the world’s best footing and drainage technology to enable world class show jumping in any weather.

The public is welcome to view all events.  Their four week Fall series begins September 21. These include the Free* $25,000 Welcome Grand Prix, Wednesday September 21, The Princeton Young Jumper Championships/Eastern League Finals Sunday, Oct. 2nd and three $30,000 Grand Prix and one $25,000 Grand Prix, to be held in the new International Ring.

For more information, go to www.princetonshowjumping.com.

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The new international ring at Hunter Farms North, Skillman and Burnt Hill Roads, Skillman, NJ.