Dyer Equestrian Holds Trunk Show to Benefit JustWorld International at the American Gold Cup CSI4*-WDyer Equestrian Holds Trunk Show to Benefit JustWorld International at the American Gold Cup CSI4*-WDyer Equestrian Holds Trunk Show to Benefit JustWorld International at the American Gold Cup CSI4*-W

North Salem, NY – September 13, 2013 – Dyer Equestrian LLC, a retailer of premium equestrian apparel for women and children, held a trunk show at the American Gold Cup on Thursday to benefit American Gold Cup charity partner, JustWorld International.
The Dyer Equestrian Trunk Show took place on the terrace overlooking the Grand Prix field at the beautiful Old Salem Farm this afternoon. American Gold Cup attendees and athletes browsed through the clean and elegant line of apparel as Dyer’s founders, LeeAnne Colamarino and Erin Krasner, were on hand to show the line.Dyer Equestrian and JustWorld International celebrated the launch of the exclusive Dyer for JustWorld show shirt.

Erin Krasner and LeeAnne Colamarino with the JustWorld show shirt. 
Photo by Carrie Wirth

“We were inspired by their mission and their important work and wanted to give back to their cause,” said Krasner.  “We created the Dyer for JustWorld show shirt which features pops of JustWorld blue on Dyer’s signature white heritage show shirt. The JustWorld logo appears on the center back of the shirt to accent Dyer’s signature button back detail. With the sale of every JustWorld show shirt, fifteen percent of the proceeds will go directly back to the organization.”

“Dyer participated in the fashion show that we did at WEF two years ago and that’s how we first met,” said Sabrina Jurak, Sponsor and Event Coordinator for JustWorld International. “They sponsored a few looks from that show. Then they came back to us looking to do the show shirt. The shirts are beautiful. We are looking to do more co-branding in the future with Dyer.”

Shoppers at the Dyer Equestrian Trunk Show to benefit JustWorld International 
Photo by Carrie Wirth

JustWorld International works throughout the international equestrian community, using its extensive networks to fund and sustain programs that provide basic needs to children with little opportunity to receive support from other sources. JustWorld International helps provide impoverished children in third world countries with education, daily meals, medical care, and access to leadership and cultural development programs.

JustWorld’s goals are long-term, focusing its efforts on some of the poorest communities in countries such as Honduras, Cambodia and Guatemala where public education is limited or inaccessible, threatening many children’s chances for productive lives.

JustWorld is proud to be in partnership with The American Gold Cup CSI4*-W.  The show runs through Sunday, Sept. 15, culminating with the iconic $200,000 American Gold Cup CSI4*-W, Presented by Suncast on the grand prix field of Old Salem Farm.  The show marks the launch of the JustWorld International GIVE 4 GOOD Campaign, which allows donors and supporters to identify aparticular cause they feel strongly about.

To learn more about Dyer Equestrian- ‘Designed with the Rider in Mind’- go to:

https://dyerequestrian.com/.

For more about JustWorld International go to: https://justworldinternational.org/.

About the American Gold Cup

The American Gold Cup will feature world-class and Olympic athletes, such as Beezie Madden, reigning FEI Rolex World Cup Champion and two-time Olympic Gold Medalist and Olympic Gold Medalist McLain Ward. Also confirmed to compete are show jumping mega-stars Kent Farrington, Margie Engle, Pan American Games Gold Medalist Christine McCrea and many more, all be vying to secure their position at the World Cup Finals in Lyon, France

Highlights of the schedule include the $33,000 Don Little Memorial Welcome Stake on Thursday, the $100,000 American Gold Cup Qualifier presented by Double H Farm and Windsor Show Stables on Friday and the $50,000 Hermes Classic on Saturday. The featured event, the coveted $200,000 American Gold Cup, Presented by Suncast, will be held on Sunday, September 15, 2013

and broadcast on NBC Sports Network the following Sunday, September 22, 2013, at 4:30 p.m. EST.

The American Gold Cup will also feature a full array of jumper classes, including sections for Children and Adult Jumpers, Low and High Junior/Amateur Jumpers, plus Young Jumpers and Open Jumpers. New this year, the Zone 2 ASPCA Maclay Regional Championships will be held on Saturday in the Old Salem Farm indoor arena.

Old Salem Farm, located an hour north of New York City, boasts a state-of-the-art stabling facility, an historic pristine grass Grand Prix field and outstanding competition and schooling arenas, all of which are surrounded by one of the world’s most quaint and picturesque competition venue settings. For the past two years, the Old Salem Farm competitions have been recognized by the North American Riders Group (NARG) on their NARG Top 25 List. For more information on Old Salem Farm, including its year-long competition schedule, prize lists, clinics, boarding, lessons and training, visitwww.oldsalemfarm.net.

For further information, visit: www.stadiumjumping.com and https://www.theamericangoldcup.com/.

43rd Annual American Gold Cup Fast Facts

 

What: The $200,000 American Gold Cup, Presented by Suncast, an FEI World Cup Qualifying Competition CSI4*-W

 

When: September 11-15, 2013

 

Where: Old Salem Farm, 190 June Road, North Salem, NY

 

Hours: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Wednesday – Saturday with the ASPCA Regional Championships on Saturday afternoon

Sunday: Gates open at 11 a.m. with family activities with the The $200,000 American Gold Cup, Presented by Suncast, an FEI World Cup Qualifying Competition CSI4*-W at 2 p.m.

Facility: Old Salem Farm is New York State’s Westchester County’s premier equestrian facility, offering 26 annual competitions, boarding, top-level training and sales. It offers state-of-the-art facilities surrounded by 120 gorgeous acres.

 

Parking:

Available on the grounds with nearby overflow parking and shuttle service

 

Directions:

From Interstate 84 or Interstate 287: Take Interstate 684 to exit 8 (Hardscrabble Road), turn right. Old Salem Farm is on the right.

 

Information:

During Competition – (914) 669-5610 ext 201

Stable Office – (941) 744-5465

Trade Fair – Matt Morrissey (941) 915-3457

Website – https://www.theamericangoldcup.com/

Results:

Results are available at www.ShowNet.biz.
Coverage of American Gold Cup will be provided by ShowNet to the USEF Network at:https://usefnetwork.com/.

 

Televised Broadcast: The 2013 American Gold Cup, Presented by Suncast will be broadcast on NBC Sports Sunday, September 22 at 4:30 p.m. EST.

 

Tickets:

Weekdays: Admission is free to the public

Saturday and Sunday: Admission is $15 per person, $10 per child 4-12 years and seniors 65+, children 3 and under are free.

Gates open at:

Wednesday – Saturday: 8 a.m.

Sunday: 11 a.m.

Tickets are available at the gate and online at www.theamericangoldcup.com

Jockey Club

The Jockey Club offers full service gourmet cuisine and beverages for tables of six and eight. Clickhere to reserve your Jockey Club table. New this year, The American Gold Cup is adding luxury suites for parties of 10 or more on the second floor of the Jockey Club. For more information and to reserve your American Gold Cup luxury suite, contact Matt Morrissey at:matt.morrissey@stadiumjumping.com.

 

Charity Partners:

JustWorld International

https://www.justworldinternational.org/

ASPCA

https://www.aspca.org/

 

Sponsorship Opportunities:

April Wehle

561.459.9259

aprilw@stadiumjumping.com

Connie Sawyer

518.461.6288

 

Ring dimensions and footing:

Grand Prix Field 350’x450′, footing bluegrass mix turf. Grand Prix Annex 200’x250′, Schooling 130’x170′. Jumper Annex 146’x307′, Schooling 155’x173′. Indoor 115’x195′, Schooling 74’x135′. Hunter 138’x243′, Schooling 108’x158′. Footing in all arenas is all- weather German-designed fiber and sand.

 

Hotels:

Official Hotel of the American Gold Cup

Danbury Crown Plaza

https://danburyplaza-px.trvlclick.com/

(877) 270 1393

Ridgefield, NY

West Lane Inn (203) 438-7323

Brewster, NY 5-10 min

Heidi’s Motel (845) 279-8011

Mt. Kisco, NY 5-10 min

Holiday Inn (914) 241-2600

Danbury, CT 10-20 min from grounds

Hilton Gardens (203) 205-2000

Comfort Inn (203) 205-0800

Danbury Plaza (203) 795-0600

Ethan Allen (203) 774-1776

Spring Hill Suites (203) 744-7333

Residence Inn (203) 797-1256

 

Management:

Stadium Jumping, Inc

1301 Sixth Ave. West, Suite 406

Bradenton, FL 34205

Tel: (941) 744-5465 Fax: (941) 744-0874

Sponsors:

 

Suncast

https://storage.suncast.com/

 

Danbury Porsche

https://danbury.porschedealer.com

Danbury Audi

https://www.danburyaudi.com/

Hermes

https://usa.hermes.com/
Double H

https://www.doublehfarm.org/

Windsor Show Stables

https://www.windsorshowstables.com/

Mitchell Innes & Nash Fine Art
Purina Animal Nutrition

Don Little Memorial
Jeffrey Terreson Fine Art

Roberto Coin

https://us.robertocoin.com/
Ariat

https://www.ariat.com/

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Devoucoux

https://www.devoucoux.com/devoucoux_fr/contenu/us/index.php

Skiffingtons LLC

Dyer Equestrian

https://dyerequestrian.com/

Samshield

https://www.samshield.com/

Stronghold Equine

https://strongholdequineequipment.com/

Animo

https://theanimoexperience.com/

Der Dau

https://www.derdau.com/

Trelawney Farm

https://www.trelawnyfarm.com/

Aden Brook

https://www.adenbrook.com/hay/

The Dutta Corporation

https://timdutta.com/

Coca-Cola

https://us.coca-cola.com/

Farm Vet

https://www.farmvet.com/

Houlihan Lawrenece

https://www.houlihanlawrence.com/

ESI Footing

https://www.equestrianservicesinternational.com/esi/

DJ Johnson

https://www.johnsonhorsetransportation.com/

GiGi New York

https://www.giginewyork.com/

 

Media Sponsors:

Equestrian Quarterly

https://equestrianquarterly.com/

Morris Media Group

Horse & Style Magazine

https://horseandstylemag.com/

Media Contact:

Phelps Media Group, Inc.

12012 South Shore Boulevard, Suite 105 Wellington, FL 33414

Tel: 561.753.3389  Fax: 561.753.3386

pmginfo@phelpsmediagroup.com

www.phelpsmediagroup.com