How Hermès Puts on a Horse Show

BY: TOWN & COUNTRY


The brand that began as a Parisian harness workshop hosted part of the American Gold Cup in North Salem, New York last weekend.

Now in its 49th year, the American Gold Cup horse show returned to Old Salem Farm in New York this past weekend. On Saturday, Molly Ashe Cawley took the top spot in the $35,000 Hermès Sellier Cup; the French lxuury goods label has long been a sponsor. McLain Ward successfully defended his title in the $71,200 Fidelity Investments Classic that afternoon, and on Sunday Beezie Madden won the $210,000 Longines FEI Jumping World Cup. Scroll through for a look at the event.


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