EAF Honored at Monmouth at the Team
Monmouth at the Team co-owners Michael Dowling (left) and Tucker Ericson (right) present a check to Equestrian Aid Foundation board member Marilou Case. Photo by Anne Gittins Photography
Wellington, Fla. -- Aug. 20, 2019 -- Monmouth at the Team show co-owners Michael Dowling and Tucker Ericson made a special presentation and donation on Sunday to the Equestrian Aid Foundation. Marilou Case, member of the leadership team at the Equestrian Aid Foundation, was on hand for the presentation.
"On behalf of the Equestrian Aid Foundation, we are grateful to receive this most generous check," Case said. "We'll be putting it to good use. In addition to our mission of helping horsemen in medical crisis, we've expanded our horizons to assist with disaster recovery and emergency relief as well. We're here to help horse people get back on their feet after catastrophic loss."
Sunday's presentation marks Monmouth at the Team's third annual donation to the Equestrian Aid Foundation. Case praised Dowling and Ericson for their ongoing commitment to the community. "EAF's motto is horsemen helping horsemen, and Tucker and Michael are shining examples of this," she said.
About Monmouth at the Team
Founded in 1895 and originally known as the Monmouth County Horse Show, Monmouth at the Team is New Jersey's oldest continuously run horse show. In 2016, it was renamed and moved to one of the country's most beloved equestrian venues, Hamilton Farm in Gladstone, NJ, home of the U.S. Equestrian Team (USET) Foundation. Monmouth at the Team offers US Equestrian-rated hunter, jumper and equitation classes and unparalleled hospitality to exhibitors and spectators alike.