“Agneta has been a treasured asset to the Hampton Classic family for more than 35 years and we are delighted to name the Boutique Garden in her honor,” said Shanette Cohen, Executive Director of the Hampton Classic. “The pristine and immaculate look of the horse show grounds and vendor areas is due primarily to Agneta’s direction and personal involvement. We think the naming of the Boutique Garden in her honor is a most fitting way to ensure that she remains part of the Hampton Classic forever.”

Few families can match the Currey family’s involvement with the Hampton Classic in particular, and show jumping in general. In addition to the incredible amount of time Agneta has devoted as a member of the Board, she and her husband, Brownlee, are among the Classic’s longest standing sponsors. Brownlee is a longtime Board member of the U.S. Equestrian Team, USET Foundation and Show Jumping Hall of Fame, and together the couple has owned many successful hunters and jumpers, most notably being part owners of Touch of Class, who carried Joe Fargis to double Gold Medals at the 1984 Olympic Games.