2021 Dressage & Working Equitation Camp coming in September. Register now!
Mary Flood of Wildfire Farm in Lovettsville will offer sessions for both Working Equitation (WE) and USDF riders. An optional Fix-a-test is offered for registered Campers on Friday, September 17 that will allow participants to ride their choice of a WE or a USDF test. The three day camp will be spent learning, practicing, and refining the elements of appropriate level dressage tests, to include emphasis on why the movements are important for everyday riding as well as well as for competition.
September 6-8 | Working Equitation | First Group 5 – 6:15 p.m. | Second Group 6:30 – 7:45 p.m.
September 13 – 15 | USDF Dressage | First Group 5 – 6:15 p.m. | Second Group 6:30 – 7:45 p.m.
OPTIONAL Fix-a-test, Friday , September 17th
Camp | $250 per rider
Optional Fix-a-test | $75 per rider
- There are 3 spots in each group.
- First come, first served.
- Additional riders will be placed on a wait list.
- Please mail all required documents to Dressage Camp coordinator (on registration form). Registration will be considered incomplete if required paperwork is not submitted.
- There are NO REFUNDS. If you cannot attend, and there is no one on the wait list, it is your responsibility to find someone to fill your spot.
- You must be a member in good standing of Tri-State Riding Club to participate in Dressage Camp.
English/Eventing Camp. Look for our 2022 Summer Camp next year.
TSRC conducts three one-week Summer Eventing Camp sessions at Last Frontier Farm in June. These fabulous opportunities will be announced next year in April 2022. Below is information about 2021 camps and are roughly what you might expect for 2022.
Three one week sessions. Monday through Thursday with Friday as a rain date.
5 pm to 8 pm Monday – Thursday (with Friday as a rain day option)
Last Frontier Farm, 222 Frontier Lane, Summit Point, WV
Sharon White and Woods Baughman
$300 per rider – non-refundable
New for 2021! Only 5 people per group. Two groups per week.
There will be two lessons each evening, each lasting approximately 60-75 mins with a break in between. Lessons will include flatwork gymnastics, stadium jumping and cross-country. Our intention is to have one flat/cavaletti and one jump lesson per evening. This change in format from previous years was made in response to the limited opportunities the majority of members have had to ride seriously due to COVID-19, with your safety and that of your horses at the forefront of our minds. Please note: Sharon and her crew, as always, are willing and able to tailor the sessions to the needs of the horses and riders in the group. They (and we) just want you to have FUN!
Hannah Schofield email@example.com.