United States Show Jumping Hall of Fame

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The Show Jumping Hall of Fame and Museum is an American organization located at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, Kentucky. It moved to the Kentucky Horse Park in 2010 and was previously located in facilities at Busch Gardens in Tampa, Florida. It came into existence in 1989 as a means to pay homage to the people and horses who have made outstanding contributions to the sport of show jumping.

Inductees[edit]

Horses People
  • 1987 : William Steinkraus — Bertatan de Nemethy
  • 1988 : Patrick Butler — August A. Busch, Jr.
  • 1989 : Jimmy Williams — Frances Rowe — David T. Kelley — Ben O'Meara
  • 1990 : Harry D. ChamberlinKathy Kusner — Arthur McCashin
  • 1991 : Adolph Mogavero — Pat Dixon — Morton W. “Cappy” Smith — Whitney Stone
  • 1992 : Barbara Worth Oakford — Eleonora R. Sears — Mary Mairs Chapot
  • 1993 : Dr. Robert C. Rost — Joe Green
  • 1994 : Gordon Wright — Frank Chapot
  • 1995 : Mickey Walsh
  • 1996 : Richard “Dick” Donnelly — Pamela Carruthers
  • 1997 : Bobby Egan — Edward “Ned” King
  • 1998 : Fred “Freddy” Wettach, Jr. — Melanie Smith Taylor — Johnny Bell
  • 1999 : Frankin F. “Fuddy” Wing, Jr. — Rodney Jenkins
  • 2000 : George H. Morris — Carol Durand
  • 2001 : Eugene R. Mische — Lt. Colonel John W. Russell — Robert J. Burke
  • 2002 : Honey Craven — Harry R. Gill
  • 2003 : J. Russell Stewart, Sr.
  • 2005 : Michael Matz
  • 2006 : Conrad Homfeld
  • 2007 : Joe Fargis — Karen Golding — Marcia “Mousie” Williams
  • 2009 : Dr. John Steele - Neal Shapiro
  • 2010 : John D. Ammerman - Leonard A. King, Jr.
  • 2011 : Jane Clark - Gabor Foltenyi - Hap Hansen - Larry Langer
  • 2012 : Jerry Baker - Charles "Sonny" Brooks
  • 2013 : Daniel Marks - Seamus Brady - Steve Stephens
  • 2014 : Fitz Dixon - Guy Henry
  • 2015 : Katie Monahan Prudent — Susan Hutchison — Elizabeth Busch Burke
  • 2016 : Walter Devereux III — Frances Steinwedell — Anne Kursinski
  • 2017 : Hunter Harrison[3]Norman Dello Joio (equestrian)[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Authentic". United States Showing Jumping Hall of Fame. Retrieved August 5, 2019.
  2. ^ "Sympatico". United States Show Jumping Hall of Fame. Retrieved August 5, 2019.
  3. ^ "Hunter Harrison". United States Show Jumping Hall of Fame. Retrieved August 5, 2019.
  4. ^ "Norman Dello Joio". United States Show Jumping Hall of Fame. Retrieved August 5, 2019.