Riding School: Horse Shows There are limited spaces for the horse shows and they will fill up fast. There are only four to five ponies and four to five horses available for each class. Whoever signs up for a show first will have first pick of pony and class with trainer approval. Horse Show Costs Meadowville Fees are due two weeks in advance. Horse show fees can be paid on the day of the show. If a show is rained out, the cost of the show will be refunded or it can be used as credit towards another show. Meadowville Fees Coaching Fee: $50 Lease of Horse: $50 Trailering: $ to be determined Fees to be paid at the show Ground Fee: $5 - $10 Entry Fees: $6 - $10 per class / approx. $36 - $60 (3 classes per division, 1-2 divisions, choice of participant) Schooling Fee: $6 - $10 Picturesque Farm Horse Shows - Web site The farm is located in Warrenton, Virginia. These are schooling shows on Wednesdays that are low key and great for introducing new riders to horse shows. They are also wonderful practice shows for kids who want show at the more competitive weekend shows. Participants are allowed to wear a more relaxed attire of tan or khaki breeches, riding boots, either tall or paddock boots, and a green collared shirt. 10% discount on Meadowville horse show fees will be given for students who participate in a camp and the corresponding horse show. Schedule 12:45 pm-1:00 pm : Arrive at Meadowville Farm 1:00 pm-1:45 pm : Bathe horses and prepare tack 1:45 pm : Load horses and leave for shows 2:00 pm ~ 9:00 pm: Show Time! Length depends on number of classes/divisions in which students choose to participate. Please Note: STUDENTS MUST HAVE THEIR OWN TRANSPORTATION TO THE SHOW —THEY ARE NOT PERMITTED TO TRAVEL WITH THE INSTUCTOR. Please Note: Instructor must have a group of at least 5 students in order to participate in any given horse show. Horse Show Checklist Helmet Collared polo shirt Breeches Riding boots (either tall or paddock) Black Crop Water Bottle Packed dinner or money for snack bar At the show the kids will be responsible for their assigned pony, making sure he or she is clean and ready on time. They are also responsible for themselves and their attire, they must be properly dressed and also ready on time. Instructor must have a group of at least 5 students in order to participate in any given horse show. Morven Park and Frying Pan Park Horse Shows Web site Morven Park | Web site Frying Pan Park Mark Wonderly runs wonderful local circuit shows at Morven Park located in Leesburg , Virginia and Frying Pan Park in Herndon, Virginia. Participants are able to get a better feel of the horse show world. Morven Park and Frying Pan Park shows: Schedule Saturday 5 pm: Arrive at Meadowville to bathe horse and prepare tack. Sunday 7 am-8 am: Arrival. Students must arrive 2 hours before the beginning of their class to make sure their horse is prepared and properly warmed up. Riders in the first class ( 8 AM ) must arrive at 7 AM. Sunday 8 am – 9 pm: Show Time! Length depends on number of classes/divisions in which students choose to participate. Please Note: STUDENTS MUST HAVE THEIR OWN TRANSPORTATION TO THE SHOW —THEY ARE NOT PERMITTED TO TRAVEL WITH THE INSTUCTOR Please Note: Instructor must have a group of at least 5 students in order to participate in any given horse show. Horse Show Checklist Helmet Long sleeve show shirt (girls-stand up collar, boys-tie) Riding jacket Black gloves Tan breeches Riding boots (either tall or paddock) Knee guarders (if wearing paddock boots) Black Crop Braids with bows or hairnet Water Bottle Packed dinner or money for snack bar These shows will be a lot of fun for the riders and a great learning experience. Please Note: Students participating in Sunday shows are required to come to Meadowville Farm to bathe the pony and prepare the tack on the Saturday before the show. Important Notice Several camps are scheduled for the same week as a horse show; however students are not required to attend a camp in order to go to a show. However, a 10% discount on Meadowville horse show fees will be given for students who participant in a camp and the corresponding horse show. No camp is scheduled for the same day as a horse show; however, students must arrive at Meadowville an hour before the show in order to bathe the pony and prepare the tack and then provide their own transportation to get to Picturesque Farm. More Information For more information contact Karen Feeney, or contact us firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-540-270-8531.
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