Aug. 16-23, 2021

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Ehrhardt and Dayton Take a Piece of the Prize in the $10,000 Bobcat Derby, sponsored by The Nature Conservancy

B.J. Ehrhardt and Micha 7:7 won the 3' section of the $10,000 Bobcat Derby, presented by The Nature Conservancy. Mary Conti and Barbara Brummer ,presented the award. Photo by Anne Gittins Photography GLADSTONE, N.J. – Aug. 16, 2018 – Monmouth at the Team continued competition at Hamilton Farm, headquarters of the USET Foundation and former training facility of the U.S. Equestrian Team. Thursday, the hollowed grounds hosted the highly-anticipated $10,000 Bobcat Derby, sponsored by The Nature Conservancy. The local community came together. Friends, family and spectators got

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EquiJet Joins the Monmouth at the Team Sponsor Roster

GLADSTONE, N.J. – Aug. 10, 2018 – Monmouth at the Team announced that international equine transportation provider EquiJet has joined its family of sponsors. EquiJet will sponsor the $5,000 Child Adult Jumper Classic on Saturday, Aug. 18. Monmouth at the Team returns to historic Hamilton Farm, the U.S. Equestrian Team Foundation headquarters, Aug.12-20. Celebrating 123 years as one of New Jersey’s signature equestrian events, the hunter/jumper show moved the iconic venue in 2016. EquiJet provides safe and reliable worldwide transport. Photo courtesy of EquiJet Eq

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Penny Brennan and Darena MB Blast Off to Win of the $5,000 Welcome Stake, Sponsored by Equine Billing Services

Penny Brennan and Darena MB won the $5,000 Welcome Stake,sponsored by Equine Billing Services. Photo by Anne Gittins Photography GLADSTONE, N.J. – Aug. 17, 2018 –The jumper divisions kicked off on Friday in the main ring at Hamilton Farm for Monmouth at the Team, presented by Precise Buildings. The 1.25m $5,000 Welcome Stake, sponsored by Equine Billing Services, was the featured event of the day. The New Jersey skies held off rain as if by plan, and Monmouth at the Team show management wisely asked for riders to remain in the ring for their jump-off rounds. Skip

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