November 29, 2020

The Trump Invitational

Donald Trump’s dramatic Mar-a-Lago Club and Florida’s breathtaking Intracoastal playing host to the stunning majesty of Olympic-level show jumping in the first-ever equestrian event to be held on Palm Beach. Add to the mix names like Bloomberg, Gates, Springsteen and Onassis, along with a celebrity-filled RSVP list packed with the jet-setting offspring of the Forbes Billionaires list, and you have the recipe for the first annual $100,000 Trump Invitational, to be held on Sunday, January 6th, at 12pm.

Donald Trump’s dramatic Mar-a-Lago Club and Florida’s breathtaking Intracoastal played host recently to the First Annual $100,000 Trump Invitational.Chrystine Jones Tauber of Wellington, Florida

The stunning majesty of Olympic-level show jumping in the first-ever equestrian event in Palm Beach was on held on Sunday, January 6th.

Elite Equestrian’s Equine Art Editor, Jeanne Chisholm, of the Chisholm Gallery, attended the event and shares these highlights with you:

Chrystine Jones Tauber of Wellington, Florida, is an accomplished equestrian with an extensive equine business and industry background. The former Executive Director of the American Horse Shows Association, is now Secretary of the United States Equestrian Federation (USEF), and is a member of the Executive Committee as well as the Board of Directors. She is currently Vice President of the U.S. Hunter Jumper Association (USHJA), and is a member of the Emerging Athletes and the Trainer’s Certification Committees. She also serves on the USEF’s Licensed Officials Committee.

Tauber was appointed to the Kentucky Governor’s Advisory Commission for the 2010 World Equestrian Games, and is a Board member of the Show Jumping Hall of Fame.Chrystine Jones Tauber of Wellington, Florida

Chrystine has judged most major horse shows in the United States and Canada, as well as the Washington International Finals, the USEF Medal and USEF Talent Search Finals, and ASPCA Maclay National Championships numerous times. She earned her rating as an International Course Designer and Judge from the Federation Equestre Internationale (FEI) in 1977 and has worked in North America, Bermuda, Australia and Europe. In 1983, she served as the Technical Delegate for the FEI at the World Cup Finals in Vienna.

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