Ox Ridge Charity Horse Show
A teaser video for the upcoming entertainment series, The Equestrians, filmed at the annual Ox Ridge Hunt Club Charity Horse Show.
The Ox Ridge Charity Horse Show has an 82-year history featuring internationally famous riders in breathtaking exhibitions of Show Jumping at its very best for five days in June each year.
The show helps to raise money and awareness for Pegasus Therapeutic Riding, whose mission is to enhance the lives of individuals with disabilities and challenges through equine-assisted activities and therapies.
This year’s event took place June 14-19, 2016.
Ox Ridge Hunt Club was founded in 1914. The present 37-acre property was formerly owned by the opera singer, John McCormick. He operated this property as a dairy farm. The Club’s name represents the use of oxen in John’s operation, as well as the ridge that crowns the polo field.
In 1929, Otto Heuckeroth came to ride and for over 40 years remained the nationally famed manager of Ox Ridge. With trainer Miss V. Felicia Townsend, they developed some of the trend-setters in Hunter Seat Equitation: George Morris, Ronnie Mutch, Victor Hugo-Vidal and Otto’s daughter, Patty Heuckeroth.