HWH 2023 Belmont Jewel

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HWH 2023 Belmont Jewel

Enjoy Cocktails, Dinner, Games, a Silent Auction, and a Viewing of the Belmont Stakes Run for the Carnations to Benefit Horses with Hope!

By Horses with Hope

When and where

Date and time

Starts on Saturday, June 10 · 5pm EDT


St. Clair Country Club 2300 Old Washington Road Pittsburgh, PA 15241

Refund Policy

No Refunds

About this event

  • 6 hours
  • Mobile eTicket

Horses with Hope presents the Fourth Annual Belmont Jewel!

  • Join us for an evening of Cocktails, Appetizers, Dinner, and Music
  • Try your luck at Raffles, Games, and Silent Auction Items to benefit Horses with Hope
  • Watch the Belmont Stakes Run for the Carnations
  • Ladies get your race attire HATS ready for a HAT CONTEST!
  • $135 per person or $1,100 for a Table of 10

Buy your Tickets Today ~ RSVP by June 4.

Photos Courtesy of Heather Nyapas Photography

For more Information on Horses with Hope, visit:


If you are unable to attend, but would like to donate to the mission of Horses with Hope, please visit: https://www.horseswithhope.org/donate

About the organizer

Organized by
Horses with Hope

Mission Statement

Horses with Hope emphasizes ability rather than disability, improving the lives of children, youth, and adults each participant is encouraged to reach their full potential, assisting them to reach beyond their abilities, allowing daily success and milestones to be accomplished by the partnership developed by horse and rider.

About Horses with Hope

Horses with Hope is a 501c3 Discovery, Growth, and Learning Center serving two locations: Brush Run Road in Bethel Park and the historic Gilfillan Farm in Upper St. Clair. Horses with Hope has been offering equine-assisted activities to children, youth, and adults with special needs since its' inception in 2007. Horses with Hope serves an underserved and often overlooked population--children and adults living with disabilities, and their families, youth-at-risk, and victims of abuse are just a few of them. Horses with Hope offers Therapeutic Riding - for individuals with physical and intellectual disabilities. Sessions are provided by PATH Intl Certified Instructors who teach the rider with a disability to control the horse using basic riding skills. It provides a multi-sensory experience emphasizing control, attention and focus, sensory management, and communication (verbal and/or non-verbal). They also offer Equine Assisted Learning (EAL) - Experiential learning activities that help develop an atmosphere of acceptance in which students/individuals with and without disabilities are willing to take risks, share, discuss, and even problem-solve together. Participants can improve their behavior and self-concept while learning valuable skills that promote success in the classroom and at home. Some of the groups that may benefit are at-risk youth, victims of abuse, bullying, mental health among others - which promotes learning opportunities and encourage personal growth and development in both youth and adults.

$110 – $135