It was a beautiful Sunday for families to gather together for fun, music and the renowned New Albany Classic equestrian competition.
10TV’s Angela Pace and Abigail Wexner welcomed the nearly 20,000 people who came out to enjoy the day at the Wexner's New Albany estate.
The annual event raises money to help victims of child abuse and domestic violence.
“It's not just about the equestrian competition, it's about a day for families to come out and be together and reinforce that notion of a family unit,” Wexner said.
The event, which featured a live concert with Nashville’s Hot Chelle Rae, raised $1.5 million Sunday and has raised $20 million since it began in 1998.
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