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CORRECTION: The National Horse Show Announces Exciting New Additions to 2018 Board of Directors

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The following is from the The National Horse Show:

The National Horse Show Announces Exciting New Additions to 2018 Board of Directors

Lexington – KY – March 14, 2018 – The National Horse Show is thrilled to announce the executive board for the 2018 National Horse Show. The larger Board of Directors will also welcome three fresh faces to their ranks, Lindsay Maxwell, Bryan Baldwin, and Clementina Rittenhouse Brown. The Board is hopeful to use it’s collected expertise to make this year’s event the best yet.

 The 2018 National Horse Show Board of Directors includes:

 Executive Board

Chairman
Mason Phelps

 Vice Chairman
Susan Humes

 President
Jennifer Burger

 First Vice-President
William H. Weeks

 Second Vice-President
John Walker, III

 Treasurer
Samuel A. B. Boone

 Secretary
William J. Berman, Esq.

 Executive Director
Cindy Bozan

 Board of Directors

Patricia Adikes-Hill

Mrs. Thomas Armstrong, III

Bryan Baldwin

William Berman, Esq.

Samuel A. B. Boone

Clementina Rittenhouse Brown

Jennifer Burger

Lee Carter

Craig Dobbs

Margaret Duprey

Susan Humes

Margaret Jewett

Paige Johnson

Pam Keenan

Lindsay Maxwell

Caroline Moran

Ernest Oare

Mason Phelps

Eric Straus

Tracie Sturgill

Suzanne Thoben Marquard

John Walker, III

William H. Weeks

Bryan Baldwin (left), Lindsay Maxwell (center), and Clementina Rittenhouse Brown (right) all joined the 2018 National Horse Show Foundation Board of Directors

This year, the National Horse Show Foundation welcomes three important new appointments to their ranks. Each new member is an active equestrian and brings important ideas and concepts to help keep the National Horse Show the premier equestrian event on the indoor circuit.

Bryan L. Baldwin is President of Meralex Farm. Meralex Farm is a nationally recognized Hunter Jumper show barn. Along with her professional trainers, Louise Serio and Peggy Gehman, Bryan specializes in raising, showing and selling top show Hunters and Jumpers. Bryan has been a nationally ranked Adult Amateur rider. Meralex Farm also bred and raced thoroughbred racehorses for fifteen years.

Lindsay Maxwell is the founder of The Lindsay Maxwell Charitable Fund, a private philanthropic fund whose charitable endeavors reflect Lindsay’s personal priorities and values: improving the lives of children with special needs; enabling access opportunities to education; and providing care, compassion, and protection to animals. As an equestrian, Lindsay and her horses have been honored with numerous USEF Horse of the Year awards and major championships, recently including the Devon Horse Show, Capital Challenge Horse Show, Pennsylvania National Horse Show, Washington International Horse Show, and circuit champion of the Winter Equestrian Festival.

Clementina Rittenhouse Brown is a resident of Kennett Square, Pennsylvania and a winter resident of Loxahatchee, Florida. Clementina is actively engaged in directing a variety of family business ventures and serves on the board of Hagley Museum in Wilmington, Delaware. Also, she teaches Gyrotonic, Pilates, and dance in Washington DC, Florida, and Pennsylvania to a wide group of students of all ages and from all walks of life. Clementina has been involved in showing hunters from the lead line at Devon, to all the pony divisions, the junior and equitation divisions, and now the Amateur Owner divisions. She exhibits her amateur horses under the direction of Louise Serio of Derbydown Stables.

 “It is a great honor to welcome back the Board of Directors for the 2018 edition of the National Horse Show,” commented Mason Phelps, Chairman of the National Horse Show Foundation. “We have an incredible group of people that are committed to helping lead our organization forward and make it the best that it can be – we look forward to impressing our patrons again this year.”

Founded in 1833, the National Horse Show is the culmination of the east coast summer equestrian season. With $810,000 in prize money offered, the National Horse Show has been designated a CSI4*-W event by the FEI. International Open Jumpers will compete for almost half a million dollars in prize money, while the top-rated hunter sections will vie for a total purse of $195,000. For six consecutive years, the National Show Hunter Hall of Fame has named the National Horse Show the Horse Show of the Year.

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