• More than 400 riders and 500 horses were downtown last weekend competing for about $400,000 in prize money, including Saturday night's $100,000 President's Cup Grand Prix. The Caisson Platoon was in attendance and demonstrated the different riding styles the soldiers use for training and for funerals. The demonstration ended with two Soldiers from the Equine Therapeutic Riding program taking center stage showcasing how Caisson horses rehabilitate Wounded Warriors.

    Washington International Horse Show

    More than 400 riders and 500 horses were downtown last weekend competing for about $400,000 in prize money, including Saturday night's $100,000 President's Cup Grand Prix. The Caisson Platoon was in attendance and demonstrated the different riding...

  • More than 400 riders and 500 horses were downtown last weekend competing for about $400,000 in prize money, including Saturday night's $100,000 President's Cup Grand Prix. The Caisson Platoon was in attendance and demonstrated the different riding styles the soldiers use for training and for funerals. The demonstration ended with two Soldiers from the Equine Therapeutic Riding program taking center stage showcasing how Caisson horses rehabilitate Wounded Warriors.

    Washington International Horse Show

    More than 400 riders and 500 horses were downtown last weekend competing for about $400,000 in prize money, including Saturday night's $100,000 President's Cup Grand Prix. The Caisson Platoon was in attendance and demonstrated the different riding...

  • More than 400 riders and 500 horses were downtown last weekend competing for about $400,000 in prize money, including Saturday night's $100,000 President's Cup Grand Prix. The Caisson Platoon was in attendance and demonstrated the different riding styles the soldiers use for training and for funerals. The demonstration ended with two Soldiers from the Equine Therapeutic Riding program taking center stage showcasing how Caisson horses rehabilitate Wounded Warriors.

    Washington International Horse Show

    More than 400 riders and 500 horses were downtown last weekend competing for about $400,000 in prize money, including Saturday night's $100,000 President's Cup Grand Prix. The Caisson Platoon was in attendance and demonstrated the different riding...

  • More than 400 riders and 500 horses were downtown last weekend competing for about $400,000 in prize money, including Saturday night's $100,000 President's Cup Grand Prix. The Caisson Platoon was in attendance and demonstrated the different riding styles the soldiers use for training and for funerals. The demonstration ended with two Soldiers from the Equine Therapeutic Riding program taking center stage showcasing how Caisson horses rehabilitate Wounded Warriors.

    Washington International Horse Show

    More than 400 riders and 500 horses were downtown last weekend competing for about $400,000 in prize money, including Saturday night's $100,000 President's Cup Grand Prix. The Caisson Platoon was in attendance and demonstrated the different riding...

  • More than 400 riders and 500 horses were downtown last weekend competing for about $400,000 in prize money, including Saturday night's $100,000 President's Cup Grand Prix. The Caisson Platoon was in attendance and demonstrated the different riding styles the soldiers use for training and for funerals. The demonstration ended with two Soldiers from the Equine Therapeutic Riding program taking center stage showcasing how Caisson horses rehabilitate Wounded Warriors.

    Washington International Horse Show

    More than 400 riders and 500 horses were downtown last weekend competing for about $400,000 in prize money, including Saturday night's $100,000 President's Cup Grand Prix. The Caisson Platoon was in attendance and demonstrated the different riding...

  • More than 400 riders and 500 horses were downtown last weekend competing for about $400,000 in prize money, including Saturday night's $100,000 President's Cup Grand Prix. The Caisson Platoon was in attendance and demonstrated the different riding styles the soldiers use for training and for funerals. The demonstration ended with two Soldiers from the Equine Therapeutic Riding program taking center stage showcasing how Caisson horses rehabilitate Wounded Warriors.

    Washington International Horse Show

    More than 400 riders and 500 horses were downtown last weekend competing for about $400,000 in prize money, including Saturday night's $100,000 President's Cup Grand Prix. The Caisson Platoon was in attendance and demonstrated the different riding...

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