Menlo Charity Horse Show 2016

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Stephen Silver and his team presentation

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Venice B and Daniel Zilla (2nd)

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Atherton Police Department, class-sponsor Don DeFranco, and Stylish-the-unicorn with his rider Maron Leslie

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Leadline-class sponsor Don DeFranco-(R)-and-presenters

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Sterling Sennhenn

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The Candy Family

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A repeat favorite with EQ Gold List voters, The Menlo Charity Horse Show was honored with the designation as a USEF Heritage Competition in 2012.

Recognized as one of the finest equestrian events in the United States, Menlo is unique in that its origin and legacy is one of philanthropy. Started in 1970 as a one-day horse show, Menlo has a tradition of providing outstanding equine competition while raising much needed funds for numerous charities, currently the Vista Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired (Vista), which was founded in 1936 and is the premier resource for individuals with vision loss in the area.  Vista Center helps clients reach their highest potential through programs that promote independence and improve quality of life. During our partnership, Menlo has raised over six million dollars for Vista Center.