Week 1 of the 69th annual Pin Oak Charity Horse Show in Houston, Texas, featured a variety of breeds and disciplines. It’s one of the oldest and largest multi-breed shows in the United States and is a United States Equestrian Federation Heritage competition.
The horse show benefits a variety of charities, including the Texas Children’s Hospital, and so far thanks to Pin Oak’s generous sponsors and dedicated exhibitors, more than $5.5 million has been donated over the years.
Here are some of my favorite images from the first week of the show, which includes Show Hunters, American Saddlebreds, Andalusians, Lusitanos and Western breeds.
I used to go on a regular basis when I lived in Houston and College Station, 1973-1993.
You are fortunate! I really enjoyed this show and all of the super friendly Texas people. I hope to make this one an annual visit!
Thank you for the beautiful photos I have really had my horse fix today
So glad you enjoyed them!
Excellent photography and those images are captured in such a real and lovely way.Well done!
Do you happen to have any more photos from this show?