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Our Charities

The St. Louis National Charity Horse Show is proud to support two amazing non-profit organizations in our community: Stray Rescue of St. Louis, an organization dedicated to finding new life for stray animals of St. Louis, and TREE House of Greater St. Louis, a therapeutic horsemanship center for people with disabilities and their families. Over the last five years, we have proudly donated over $115,000 to these charities. Together, we work to improve the lives of both people and animals through our events and the organizations they benefit.

 

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Supporting the Show

Each year, the St. Louis National Charity Horse Show provides a wide range of regional and national sponsors the opportunity to promote themselves while supporting our philanthropic event. Opportunities include sponsoring events, advertising or donating to the horse show. Businesses and organizations of all sizes and backgrounds have taken the initiative to support the St. Louis National Charity Horse Show while also growing their own enterprises.

 

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Area Information

Learn all about the arenas and amenities of the National Equestrian Center (NEC), located in scenic Lake St. Louis, with easy access to all the St. Louis region has to offer. The NEC’s surrounding area is home to an abundance of high quality lodging, shopping and dining options. The NEC is conveniently located in the central US for our exhibitors, vendors and business partners.

 

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IN THE NEWS

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Happy Father’s Day to all the dads out there!

Happy Father’s Day to all the dads out there!

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Congrats to our hometown team!

Congrats to our hometown team!

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We have sad news to share. Mary Keirle, who served the horse show for decades, r…

We have sad news to share. Mary Keirle, who served the horse show for decades, recently passed away. Mary had just celebrated her 96th birthday. An iconic figure of our show, Mary had a ready smile, a great sense of humor and a wealth of knowledge. We will miss you, Mary!