Lexington, Ky. – Jan. 22, 2018 – The Show Jumping Hall of Fame proudly welcomes Hollow Brook Wealth Management LLC as the title sponsor of the Show Jumping Hall of Fame Jumper Classic Series and Rider of the Month Award. A top boutique private wealth management firm, Hollow Brook has been an avid supporter of show jumping events since its inception and is thrilled to continue this legacy through its partnership with the Show Jumping Hall of Fame Series.
The Hollow Brook Wealth Management Show Jumping Hall of Fame Jumper Classic Series hosts classes at approximately 100 horse shows across the country and culminates in year-end Championships at the National Horse Show in Kentucky and Las Vegas National Horse Show. The Series is designed to give amateur-owner and junior riders an opportunity to compete at higher levels and serves as a proving ground for many riders who aspire to someday represent the United States in international competition.
Many riders who have competed in the Series over the years have gone on to become stars of the sport. Riders such as Olympic veterans Peter Leone, Lauren Hough, Reed Kessler, Daniel Bluman and Lucy Davis as well as other international stars such as Laura Chapot, Georgina Bloomberg, Marilyn Little, Brianne Goutal, Christine Tribble McCrea, Karl Cook, Hardin Towell, Katie Dinan, Jessica Springsteen and Catherine Tyree are all Show Jumping Hall of Fame Series alumni.
Alan Bazaar, CEO of Hollow Brook, and Philip Richter, President of Hollow Brook, grew up riding and competing together on the hunter/jumper ‘A’ circuit and became lifelong friends. Having always shared similar interests and ideas, the two decided to combine their knowledge and expertise working in family offices and build a full service wealth management business together, known today as Hollow Brook Wealth Management. As passionate equestrians and experienced financial advisors, Bazaar and Richter built their business on hard work, integrity, and excellence, all traits shared with many Show Jumping Hall of Fame inductees.
“Hollow Brook Wealth Management is proud to sponsor the Show Jumping Hall of Fame Jumper Classic Series. The mission and traits of the Hall of Fame are important to us and coincide beautifully with all that we stand for,” said Bazaar. “It is a privilege and honor for us to be associated with the Hall of Fame and its premier show jumping series.”
“As an amateur-owner jumper rider myself, I can attest to the significance of the Hall of Fame Series on our national horse show circuit,” said Richter. “Hollow Brook is proud to do what we can to support this series and, even more importantly, the Show Jumping Hall of Fame, one of sport’s most important institutions.”
Hollow Brook Wealth Management LLC is a full service, SEC registered, wealth management firm that serves the diverse needs of individuals, families, foundations, pension plans, and endowments. The firm is dedicated to preserving and growing capital by being a true financial quarterback for its clients. Hollow Brook Wealth Management employs a partnership culture that puts an emphasis on excellence and fiduciary responsibility. As experienced wealth managers, Hollow Brook leverages in-depth research, long standing industry relationships and disciplined processes to meet the distinct and complex needs of its clients. Hollow Brook’s priority is to serve as active, thoughtful and responsible stewards of wealth. For more information, please visit www.hollowbrookllc.com.
“The Show Jumping Hall of Fame is thrilled to partner with Hollow Brook Wealth Management LLC in presenting our national series for junior and amateur-owner riders,” said George Morris, President of the Show Jumping Hall of Fame. “We look forward to working with Philip Richter and Alan Bazaar in bringing both the series and the Hall of Fame itself to new levels.”
The Hollow Brook Wealth Management Show Jumping Hall of Fame Jumper Classic Series features classes held under Grand Prix rules and specifications. The Series featuresseparate divisions for junior and amateur-owner riders in two Conferences – East and West. Series standings are used to help determine junior and amateur-owner entries at the National Horse Show and Las Vegas National Horse Show. Any horse show offering a class that meets all the criteria set forth in the Show Jumping Hall of Fame Jumper Classic Series specifications and has prize money of at least $1,000 is eligible to be part of the Series.