Columbus, OH — The Standardbred Pleasure Horse Organization of New Jersey is actively looking for sponsors for the 2021 National Standardbred Horse Show.
The 2020 National Standardbred Horse Show was the biggest success to date, despite COVID-19. Organized by the Standardbred Pleasure Horse Organization of New Jersey, the Board of Directors has monitored the pandemic with extreme caution, canceling and/or modifying fundraisers for the organization. The recently canceled 2020 awards gala/fundraiser, which makes up for 30 percent of annual funding, has severely affected the association’s bottom line.
The buzz on social media for this year’s show has been palatable. Exhibitors and their Standardbreds are working hard now during the off season to prepare for the largest all-Standardbred horse show in the world. In past years horses have traveled near and far to compete at this prestigious event, including from Kansas, Maine, Ohio, Kentucky, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Wisconsin, New York, and Vermont to name a few.
Visit the SPHO-NJ website for more information about the organization and the National Standardbred Horse Show.