3 Day horse show Starts Friday with all open Hunter and Jumper Classes.
Download the Del Sol Booklet here or go to www.delsolclassic.com
Professional courses and jumps, Fun prizes, Money in jumper divisions.
$1000.00 Hunter Derby 1st place also gets a $700.00 CWD bridle and we have a wine/cheese party!
Donuts, coffee, juices, hot chocolate in the mornings!
A bag of carrots for every barn.
Have a great time!
Call me if you have any questions
The Blenheim show this weekend July 5-6 in San Juan Capistrano has been cancelled.
The next SCHC Hunter/Jumper show, Del Mar Classic Hunter/Jumper, will be June 16 -18, 2014 During the San Diego County Fair!
Move-in on Sunday after 3:00pm
All stall reservations must be phoned in to Lance 760-525-8933 or Scott 760-525-8955
For Feed and Bedding please call the Del Mar Feed Store direct 858-509-5245
Pre entries close June 9th
Enter online http://www.horseshowtime.com
For more info call Lance or Scott
Hope to see you all there!!!
Lance, Scott & Christine
The upcoming Signature Show at Galway Downs will be June 21-22! A new feature this year will be select hunter and equitation classes (those 2’9” and higher) to be held on the grass hunter field, which is located adjacent to the grass jumper field. There will be a $500 Hunter Derby on the grass as well as a $500 Mini Prix on the grass jumper field, where all jumper classes will be held. All GSDHJA Medals will be held each day and the show is also approved by the Orange County Horse Shows Association and the Inland Empire Hunter Jumper Association.
The Sweetwater show tomorrow has been cancelled. The next show will be June 29th.
Just wanted to let everyone know Sweetwater is still on for this coming Sunday, May 18th BUT SCHC at Rancho Riding Club has been canceled.
The GSDHJA Board recently updated the way qualifying points are awarded for Medals. In a nutshell, more points are now awarded if you competed in a large class with many riders.
First, I would like to thank you and all those involved in organizing the Greater San Diego Championship Show. It was an incredible experience that I will always hold dear to my heart. As a young 13 year old I dreamed of participating in English horse shows and winning ribbons.
Now as a 59 year old mother of three adult girls I have been able to pursue my dream of learning to ride English and showing. My first show last year was at Sycamore stables and I was so incredibly nervous that my coat was sopping wet. I will admit I did feel just a tad bit out of place. This old lady on a big horse next to these adorable young riders with many on beautiful ponies….