July 20th - 23rd 2017

Show forms 2017 (look for more to come)

Breeds you will see at The Pink Ribbon Classic.docx

 Donations can be paid via check or PayPal click for PayPal

  • http://www.xojane.com/issues/i-went-to-a-horse-show-and-it-was-really-weird-you-guys
  • http://thejodhpurscompany.com/blogs/the-jodhpurs-company-blog/27891395-a-beginners-guide-to-a-saddlebred-horse-show
Breeds you will see at Pink Ribbon:
  • American Saddlebred     http://www.asha.net/
  • Friesian Horse     http://www.friesianshowhorse.com/  or http://www.ifshaworld.com/
  • Morgan Horse     http://www.morganhorse.com/
  • Arabian Horse     http://www.arabianhorses.org/default2.asp
  • Hackney Horse/Pony    http://hackneysociety.com/
  • Pinto Horse         http://www.ifshaworld.com/

We will also have many open breed classes which is for any breed to show in.  And we offer youth, beginner, and miscellaneous classes all weekend long.

Live webcast to view click here  Unable to make it to the show tune in via our live webfeed for free

Visit www.iequine.com or www.seehorsevideo.com


Event information: wILL BE UPDATED FOR 2017

July 28th -31st 2016

$5. Donation or $10 a car

Thursday 28th   7pm  Opening of the show

Friday 29th       Sessions:  9:30am,   7:00 pm

                         1-2 Meet and Greet the live Parade horse Sunlight & Shadows

                         stabling area, fresh from Breyer Fest Lexington KY

Friday 29th     6:45 Miss Pink Ribbon & Little Miss Pink Ribbon - winner chosen

                        Introduction of our local politicians

Friday 29th     7:00 Date Night - Friday night - Bring a Date

Saturday 30th  Sessions:  9:30am,

                                              6:30 Opening ceremonies 7pm Start of the evening session

Saturday 30th 10 am Pink Ribbon Experience

Saturday 30th Ladies day & the iconic hat contest - winner chosen aprox. @ 1pm

      **Selfie Saturday with Sunlight & Shadows AKA "Sunny" a parade horse who has competed in the Rose Bowl Parade, Derby Parade, and countless parades and fresh from Breyer Fest in KY

Saturday 30th Evening Black Tie & Pink Ribbon evening

       Show officials in Black Tie & Exhibitors/Spectators in Pink

       6:45 Stick Horse Class ALL Welcome

       7:00 Start of the Evening session

       Naming of our Silver Survivor honoree Class 104

       Sportsmanship award announced

Sunday 31st   9:15am Academy show

                       1pm Open all day fun show

                       We have a full schedule of Championship class for Sunday

We would love to have your canine friends, dogs are allowed, only on a leash

Pink Ribbon Apparel available on line here http://www.companycasuals.com/pinkribbonclassic/start.jsp if you want items delivered to the show the deadline for delivery is June 8th. We have a wide variety of tee shirts, sweat shirts, polo shirts, jackets, vest , and hats with either cut and print (like silk screen) or embroidered all with the Pink Horse
We will have Tee shirts for sale at the show on a limited bases.  Pink apparel can be ordered anytime of the year


Saturday Night

Every year we honor a cancer survivor on a beautiful Silver cup, a signification of courage and strength. This trophy is donated by Amy & John T. Haller Jr. and is  awarded during one of our most popular equestrian classes Saturday evening.  Be sure to be ringside to salute and cheer our 2015 cancer survivor champion, as they are a champion in life.



Saturday  Afternoon aprox 1pm

For women of ALL ages, this fun day includes the iconic "Derby Style"  Hat Contest and all are encouraged to have a  pink ribbon flair to their hat.  A special Pink award will be given away, and the winner will be chosen at approximately 1pm to the best in show hat



Friday night

Looking for a great excuse to get out of the house?  Stop by and enjoy world class equestrian event, bring a date, pack up the kids, your best friend, your neighbor and come out and enjoy the Pink Ribbon Classic on a Friday evening




Saturday night

This annual award is given to a Pink Ribbon exhibitor who has exemplifies dedication to the equestrian world and volunteers to help bring cancer awareness & education to the community. They are resilient, admired by our youth, and help other equestrians when in need, truly an honor to receive this beautiful award.


Consider reserving one of our "Polo" style cover box seats. We encourage you to break out the fine linen and silver bring some awesome eatables and sit back at your box all weekend and enjoy world class horses and equestrians. You are encouraged to cheer for your favorite and let the judge know your choice, get involved and have fun!



The $1,000 Andrew J. Burin Scholarship to be awarded to the winner of the equitation Championship class who has won it any 3 times. Mr. Burin was a highly regarded architect in the Youngstown OH area and one of his many projects included the Eastwood Mall




Saturday morning (approx. 10am)

Reservations are now being accepted to get a behind the scenes of the equestrian experience at Pink Ribbon with the horses. You will visit with stables and get to meet the trainers and their highly trained steeds (space is limited get your reservations in early) this unique experience is FREE.




Saturday night

All horse show officials will be decked out in black tie and all spectators are encouraged to wear pink in support of cancer awareness



Friday Night

We will be crowning 2 winners from each section and runner ups. Girls from the Ravenna area are encouraged to submit a 500 word essay about breast cancer.  We will crown the winner Friday night a great way for us to reach out to the community and have young people start the awareness at an early age. Click here for Miss Pink Ribbon information  2016 winners have been chosen

ABSOLUTELY!!  Make all the noise you want!  Pick your favorite and cheer for them as they pass in front of the judge.  The horses love it, and the riders/handlers/drivers don't mind it either!

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