JOE FOREST JUMP CLINIC - February 9th, 2019
For more information, e-mail Bekki Read (link below).
Fran O'Reilly winter clinic - February 24, 2019
A jumping/dressage clinic will be taught by experienced clinician and dressage judge Fran O'Reilly. After attaining her “A” rating in the US Pony Clubs, Fran established riding programs in Michigan, Washington, and Vermont. She has taught clinics all over the U.S. On her farm she has raised and trained several Connemaras and Connemara-Thoroughbreds through CCI*. One of the them was the Area I Champion at Training level in VT. Another was Prelim Area champion in Washington State. Fran has USEF credentials as a judge in dressage and eventing.
For more information or to register for the clinic, please contact Bekki (link at the bottom of the page).
March Madness Schooling Jumper Shows – March 17th & 24TH, 2019
Back by popular demand! These will be laid-back, fun opportunities to school your horse or pony among friends. Cost is $15 for the initial class, $10 for re-take rounds. We will begin at 11 am with the 18" class and progress up to 3'3". A limited number of horses are available for use (to arrange, please e-mail Bekki at the link located at the bottom of this page). No pre-registration or dress code required. Ribbons and prizes will be given.
Deborah dean-smith dressage clinic - March 9, 2019
Deb Dean-Smith has been the trainer at Huntington farm since 1994. She is a USDF bronze, silver, and gold medalist who has received many top placings and high score awards in USDF shows on various horses.
Deb has trained many horses from youngsters through to the FEI levels. A former high level event rider, Deborah teaches many event, as well as dressage students throughout the New England area. For more information, e-mail Bekki Read (link below).
Joe Forest Jump Clinic - June 1st, 2019
Joe Forest has been training riders and horses to success on the national stage since 1973. Many horses trained at his facility (Horton Farm in Grantham, NH) have won national titles. He also coached the Colby Sawyer College team, winning two national championships and two reserves. Joe has been instrumental in the industry for promoting well-trained horses of all levels of training, at home and at shows. In addition, he has been a course designer for many years. Since 1999, Joe and Patty have imported over thirty Irish Sport Horses, all of which are competing on the A circuit. For more information, e-mail Bekki Read (link below).
2019 spring & summer Schooling Jumper Shows – june 15th & august 17th
Bring your horse or pony for a fun and relaxed jump school during the warmer months! Cost is $15 for the initial class, $10 for re-take rounds. A limited number of horses are available for use (to arrange, please e-mail Bekki at the link found at the bottom of this page). We will begin at 11 am with the 18" class and progress up to 3'3". No pre-registration or dress code required. Ribbons and prizes will be given.
junior event camp - july 7th - 27th, 2019 (camp weeks 4, 5, & 6)
Event Camp is a special program for more advanced riders, which takes place in conjunction with several camp sessions over the summer. It’s a great opportunity for young riders to bring their own horse (or use one of ours) and train with Bekki in preparation for schooling trials at Hitching Post Farm (July 20th) and Huntington Farm (July 27th)! Participants are required to attend camp for the full three week period, in order to adequately prepare for the competitions.
Adult Event camp - october 2nd - 5th, 2019
Bring your horse, stay at the farm (meals included), participate in three lessons (flatwork/ cross country/ stadium), and cap it all off by attending schooling trials at Huntington Farm on the final day. Trail rides and other schooling, using Round Robin horses, is also included. Lessons will be taught by Bekki Read.
hunter pace - september 29th and october 19th, 2019
Come join us for a day spent exploring the beautiful hills of Tunbridge! Hunter Paces are based around the sport of foxhunting, but instead of chasing a pack of hounds through any and all terrain, a hunter pace follows a well-marked course - ensuring a fun and safe day for the rider and horse. Our course is roughly 4.5 miles long, and includes woods and field portions, with optional jumps no higher than 2’3”. Riders enter for either the trail (no jumping) or jump class, and ride as teams - with a minimum of 2 riders per team and a maximum of 4. Another fun element is the hidden optimum time – the team finishing closest to that time wins. The trail class time will be slower than the jump class. Ribbons and prizes will be awarded.
We welcome you to use this day as a proper conditioning ride, imagining you are going cross country, or to enter the trail class to enjoy a more leisurely ride through our beautiful trails.
Please plan to arrive at the farm between 8:30 and 9:30 am on the day of the ride to check in and receive your ride time.
There is no dress code, though we certainly welcome proper hunt attire! An ASTM/SEI-approved hard hat is required when mounted. Limited stabling and horses for hire are available. Fees are $35 for 2019 events will be announced closer to hunt. Light food and drink will be provided and all are welcome to stay for a potluck lunch at our farmhouse following the ride!
To enter, please submit a completed entry form by email to firstname.lastname@example.org, by mail to Round Robin Farm, or in person on the day of the ride.
2019 Fall Jumper Shows – september 7th & october 26th
Bring your horse or pony for a fun and relaxed jump school amid the beautiful fall foliage! Cost is $15 for the initial class, $10 for re-take rounds. We will begin at 11 am with the 18" class and progress up to 3'3". A limited number of horses are available for use (e-mail Bekki at the link below to arrange). No pre-registration or dress code required. Ribbons and prizes will be given.