NORTH SALEM, N.Y. -- Old Salem Farm in North Salem hosted the 46th Annual American Gold Cup, which concludes Sunday.
County Executive Rob Astorino, along with horse farm officials and athletes, in a press conference on Friday touted the farm's contribution to Westchester's economy, according to a report on westchestergov.com.
“Through events such as The American Gold Cup, Old Salem Farm attracts thousands of riders and visitors to Westchester County, which has helped add $47.8 million in visitor tax revenue into our local economy,” Astorino said of the international show-jumping competition.
“The American Gold Cup and NBC Sports’ national broadcast of the grand prix highlights Old Salem Farm and puts Westchester on the map as a premier destination to millions of viewers. We are so proud of Old Salem Farm for their great work as they continue to host this prestigious event," he said, according to the report.
"The farm is at 90 June Road, North Salem.
To see the full westchester.gov report, click here.
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