Next Stop 📍2019 American Gold Cup (+ store updates!)

Next Stop 📍2019 American Gold Cup (+ store updates!)

Hello Fab Friends!

Summer coming to an end catches us all off guard, but we are embracing the turn of seasons at Fab Finds by Sarah! We are headed to Gold Cup for the 49th year of one of the most prestigious and iconic equestrian sporting events in the world of International Show Jumping from September 11th - 15th in North Salem, New York at the historic Old Salem Farm. We hope you'll be there too! 

There is a lot happening at Fab Finds and we cannot wait for you to see all of our new fall arrivals. They are all SO good!!! Additionally, Sarah is bringing back limited quantities of some seriously fab finds from her trip to Italy. 

If you've been following along, we've been anticipating the arrival of a new shipment of Golden Goose sneakers. This new shipment means we now have 75 different styles and one of the most extensive collections of Golden Goose in the world!!! Ready, set, SHOP! They are on our website now and will be available at Gold Cup.


About American Gold Cup


The American Gold Cup brings together in an electric environment the elite equestrian athletes, discerning horse owners, excited fans and young hopefuls waiting to catch a glimpse of their idols. Set amongst a fanfare of family-friendly activities, competitions, shopping, entertainment and celebrity sightings, the American Gold Cup is a signature annual event.

Held over five days, the American Gold Cup showcases world-class equestrian competitions and the sheer power, speed and excitement that attracts the best competitors in the world. The world governing the body of equestrian sport, the FEI, has designated the American Gold Cup as a CSI 4*-W competition a Longines FEI Jumping World Cup North American League qualifier.  There are currently only a handful of competitions in the United States that have the privilege and the honor of having this designation.

The coveted $210,000 Longines FEI Jumping World Cup New York for the American Gold Cup on Sunday, September 15, is the primary goal. Carrying the prestigious designation of a World Cup Qualifier makes this event most important to the sport and to those athletes in pursuit of making it to the World Cup Finals.

For national riders, the competition offers young jumper competitions as well as amateur and junior jumper competitions at a variety of skill levels. 

The event will be broadcast on NBC Sports.


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