3-Phase, Dressage & Stadium Schooling Show
A great schooling opportunity for both horse and rider. Take advantage of our classes in 3-phase, stadium and dressage. It’s a wonderful way to prepare for the recognized events!
All riders must wear a certified helmet while mounted with tall boots or half chaps. Clothing is casual but polos are recommended. Medical arm bands while jumping are a must and a vest is required while on cross country.
For any returned checks there is a $25 office fee.
All horses on property must have a current negative coggins. We do not keep these on file so please try to attach them to your entry.
The closing date for all entries is the Sunday before the show at midnight. Any entry received after will have a $20 late fee if scheduling space is available. (A late entry is an entry form mailed, emailed or faxed after the closing date. If you fax or email entry, payment must be mailed (postmarked) be the closing date. If we are able to accept late entries, we must have them by 8 a.m. on Wednesday morning. If you mail your entry by the United States Postal Service, please send us an email letting us know. We don’t always receive them before we schedule.
We do not allow stadium schooling the Friday before the show due to ring maintenance. We do however allow Cross Country schooling on Friday from 8 a.m. – noon. $50 per horse! Please make payment up at the office in main barn. All riders must wear a pinny while on course which you’ll receive when payment is made. All courses will be flagged but maps won’t be available until after all schooling has ended. •
Please check our entry status page to make sure that we have received your entry. We update it daily once we begin receiving entries. If you’re not listed on it, then it means we don’t have your entry! We are not responsible for any entries that we haven’t received.
Not allowed on course once cross country has started.
Multiple entries and classes: Horses are limited to show in only 4 classes the day of the show. We will do our best to schedule riders with multiple horses but we can only guarantee to schedule 3 horses for the entire show.
Packets can be picked up in the main office Friday starting at noon. Saturday morning they will be located in the pavilion by the bathrooms at 7 a.m. • Dressage Arenas: All USEF/FEI tests and some USEA tests (Prelim B and above) will be ridden in large arena. The USDF Introductory and some USEA tests (prelim A and below) will be ridden in small arena. We begin closing the rings down the Friday before the show at noon so please arrive early if you are looking to school inside them.
We accept cash, check, debit, or credit card and can swipe your card at the show ($3 processing fee) ($3 processing fee for Debit & Credit Cards)
If you scratch your entry BEFORE the closing date, you will receive a full refund. Any scratches made AFTER the closing date will NOT result in a full refund: payment of $25 for each scheduled dressage ride must still be paid in order to cover dressage judges.
All riders must sign a current 2016 release form. Anyone under 18 must have a representative sign for them.
Ride times will be posted Wednesday evening prior to the show.
Please be courteous to the riders in the dressage rings riding their tests. Please don’t walk in front of the judges (located in either a hut or car at letter C) and please refrain from standing/sitting too close to the ring.
To avoid a $25 stall cleaning fee added to your entry, please leave stalls as you found them. This means cleaned of all hay, manure and urine. NO CARDBOARD SHAVINGS/STRAW PLEASE! You will be charged a $25 strip fee if these are found in your stall. Shavings can be purchased on property for $7/bag. Please be aware that electrical outlets are not located in front of every stall. To keep your horses safe, please refrain from tying them to all doors and bars. Accidents happen and we’d like to avoid them if possible.
Stadium classes follow USEA rules. Riders are placed by whoever is closest to optimum time, not the fastest round.
In order to be placed, same rider and horse combination must compete in all three phases.