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What Warrenton Virginia Is Best Known For
Warrenton is the gateway to Virginia’s Piedmont Region – where wineries, horses, and beautiful vistas abound. It is the county seat and largest town in Fauquier County and continues to be its center of commerce.
After the Civil War, Warrenton came to be known throughout the nation for its galaxy of brilliant lawyers who practiced at its bar and as a mecca for horse lovers. In 1883 the Warrenton Hunt was established and in 1900 the Warrenton Horse Show, which has achieved national fame as the “Hunter Show of America,” began.
Long before there was a Virginia Gold Cup, the Warrenton Horse Show was Fauquier County’s claim to equestrian fame. Not much is known about the grounds’ early days. Because the Warrenton Horse Show never had an office, much of the history lies buried in attics throughout the county. And many of the “old timers” are gone now.
Warrenton Horse Show History
The first show was held virtually in Neptune Lodge’s back yard . Longtime show Director and Secretary Frank D, Gaskins is credited with the selection of this spot and its lease the first year.
In May of 1900, the Warrenton Horse Show Association purchased the entire 8.74-acre parcel , complete with schoolhouse, desks and other furniture. The purchase price for this sliver of a once great holding was $1,950. A new era had begun.
From the start, the show was a hit with spectators. The show also was noted for its interim entertainment. Unusual pageants and displays kept this lively between classes for many years.
The Warrenton Horse Show has toned down with time, but retains a certain loyal clientele. Now a C rated show by the USEF, it attracted about 4,000 people last year.