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Schooling Shows

Save the Date: Our USEA recognized horse trials will be on Saturday, September 7, 2019.

We are very excited about our 2019 show schedule!


Our schooling shows are, first and foremost, fun and educational. But who doesn’t love a prize or a ribbon? We place through 8th place at all our shows. At our schooling shows, we have prizes for the First Place winner of each division. We divide divisions by Junior and Senior. At our recognized show in September, we offer prizes for First, Second, and Third place – as well as ribbons through 8th place.


We offer one special Pony Club Youth prize and one Pony Club Horsemasters prize at each of our shows.  The Pony Club Youth prize has been sponsored by the Norfolk Hunt Pony Club and recognizes the best scoring member of the United States Pony Clubs who competed in the show. If you are a member of Pony Club, be sure to check the box on the entry form to be considered for this award. If you are not a member, become one today by following the links in the lines above.

Horse Trials Schooling Shows


Offering Pre-Elementary through Modified Training.


What are the Advanced Elementary (AE), Elementary (E) & Pre-Elementary (PE) course like?

  • Pre-Elementary (PE) takes place in an enclosed space and consists of 6-9 jumps, all small logg 18” and under
  • Elementary (E) takes place out on the cross country course but has no water and is primarily made up of logs with perhaps 1-2 other jump types. Elementary consists of 7-10 jumping efforts of 2’ or less.
  • Advanced Elementary (AE) has a track similar to Beginner Novice (BN) but water is an option (BN usually has a flagged water but not always) and jumps are smaller. AE consists of 7-10 jumping efforts including logs and other jumps including coops and roll tops, all 2’3” or less.
2019 Schooling HTs Entry Form
Past Show Results