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PO BOX 186AUGUSTA, NJ 07822 United States

Organization Information

Mission Statement

The mission of the Northwest Jersey Horse Show is to preserve and enrich the equine/agricultural heritage of Sussex County, New Jersey and the surrounding area; to provide exposure to and education in equine care and management, as well as competitive endeavors; to foster youth development through learning opportunities including promotion of the equine industry in and around Sussex County; and to hold events featuring those concepts, the proceeds from which will be used to help fund this mission and/or local charities. We also support the restoration efforts of Lusscroft Farm in Wantage, NJ, the location at which we hold our events. We do this in cooperation with the Heritage and Agriculture Association, Inc. and in partnership with the NJ DEP/Division of Parks and Forestry.


The Northwest Jersey Horse Show is a non-profit organization made up of a group of individuals with many years of experience organizing and running horse shows. We run an annual series of 4 shows as well as an annual fundraiser and year end awards ceremony. Our series is tailored to the beginner-intermediate rider of all ages and is designed to educate and encourage our exhibitors throughout the show experience.

Our shows are affordable and family friendly and we pride ourselves with creating a fun, low pressure show experience. We hold our events at Lusscroft Farm in Wantage, NJ, a historic property owned by the State of NJ and exists as part of the High Point State Parks System. We donate 30% of all of our profits back to the Heritage and Agriculture Association, who works to restore the farm.


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