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Ashley and Oenomaus at Meadowood Dressage
Congratulations to Ashley Denner, winner of the 2020 Betty Thorpe Award for outstanding Dressage volunteer!
Rider Janelle Stewart riding High Resolution Photo credit: Maya Kuntze
2021 Loch Moy Farm Greatest Holiday Spirit Award
Pixel (High Resolution) is a 2008 OTTB. He's Jockey Club registered as Formidable Image and raced 7 times with a grand total earnings of $2,120. He placed 3rd once but had no real desire or talent for racing, and usually finished at the back of the pack. A friend of a friend got him right off the track so he wouldn't go to auction or questionable places and mostly trail rode him until I purchased him in 2015. Since then we have played in local hunter & jumper shows and have been eventing at Beginner Novice. He is part leased to an adult amateur at our farm and last winter we used him to tow us around on a sled when we had enough snow, among all his other adventures.
Pixel will do almost anything for treats and most of all is willing to put up with my habit of dressing him up for the holidays- he was a very good sport about being the Peppermint Pony for the Donation Derby! I think he genuinely enjoys the attention & was paid well in carrots for all his efforts.
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Qualification Rules: In order to qualify for a Championship division, the same horse/rider combination must place 1st - 6th in at least 2 of the Starters, at the same level. The level the rider qualifies at will be their Championship level. Combined Tests do not count towards qualifying placings.
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There is one more chance to qualify if you've already earned a 1st through 6th this year! Sign up for the MDHT Starter qualifier classes running on Saturday, October 30. Remember that you must ride at the same level as your first qualifying ride!
Riders qualified through the October 9/10 starter:
Friends I Didn't Know I Had
Annie Renzetti riding LunaBrianna DiRocco Toy riding Summit CountyTiffany Andrews riding Crown Royal
Caroline Andrews riding CV's Monster ManErin McElhone riding MamoobilNora Muckerman riding So It GoesCierra Miller riding CV's Jackpot
tie for 3rd place
Emma Whitaker riding SamsonJohn Secan riding Potter Kendal Fansler riding CharlotteKyleigh Fansler riding Smokey
Team Misty Run II
Katie Plath riding WickedandworthitKyra Gustavus riding What A GuessIsabella Nelson riding Lioncheatinstealin
sign up for donation derby Competition Details (competeeasy.com)
ATTENTION: April and May sign-up will be on Event Entries. Check out sign-up links below.
EQUINE BIO-SECURITY MEASURES: For the MDHT April Starter- Use standard bio security practices: Don’t let horses touch or share equipment, drink out of the same bucket, etc. If your horse has a fever, don’t come. Don’t touch other people’s horses. Wash your hands frequently if you must touch other horses e.g. a trainer with multiple students who don’t board in the same barn. The EDCC recommends a Certificate of Veterinary Inspection for out of state horses and a health declaration for all. We encourage people to take temps and do a self assessment. Safety for all. One wash stall open.
Check for the most recent outbreak reports at: https://equinediseasecc.org/alerts
Championship:For the Starter Series, there will be a Championship on the final Starter weekend. There will be a Championship division and regular divisions for each level. In order to qualify for a Championship division, the same horse/rider combination must place 1st - 6th in at least 2 of the prior Starters, at the same level. The level the rider qualifies at will be their Championship level. Combined Tests do not count towards qualifying placings.
Team Competition:Form teams of 3 or 4 horse and rider combinations to compete for prizes and medals to be awarded following the final Starter competition. Points from the three highest scoring team members will be added together to determine the total number of points at each event. Teams can be made up of horse and rider combinations from various levels. Points awarded for top 8 placings as follows:
1st place = 10 points; 2nd place = 8 points; 3rd place = 6 points; 4th place = 5 points; 5th place = 4 points; 6th place = 3 points; 7th place = 2 points; 8th place = 1 point
See complete Team rules on the Team COMPETITION Page
Starter Trials:The Starter Horse Trials consists of all three phases (dressage, show jumping, cross country) in an unrecognized/starter format. The trials have opening and closing dates, just like the USEF/USEA Recognized Horse Trials. The table below lists the necessary dates for the Starter Horse Trials.
Starter Horse Trial Dates:
Early Bird Closing Date:
Late Closing Date
* Final Starter (11/5-6) Competition will run championship divisions along with regular divisions for each level. Championship division schedule will be announced closer to the event.
Saturday Divisions:Preliminary-Modified (3’7” Stadium, 3’5” XC) Modified (3’5”), Training (3’3”), Novice (2’11”), Beginner Novice (2’7”)
Sunday Divisions:Novice (2’11”), Beginner Novice (2’7”), Elem (2’ – 2’3”), Intro (18” – 2’)
Horse Trials and CT Dressage Tests (note NEW eventing tests!):
Intro: USDF 2019 Introductory Test A- small arena (20m x 40m) (Walk, Trot)
Elementary: USDF 2019 Introductory Test C - small arena (20m x 40m) (Walk, Trot, and Canter)
Beginner Novice: USEF 2022 BN Eventing Test A - small arena (20m x 40m)
Novice: USEF 2022 Novice Eventing Test A - small arena (20m x 40m)
Training: USEF 2022 Training Eventing Test A - small arena (20m x 40m)
Modified: USEF 2022 Modified Eventing Test A - small arena (20m x 40m)
Preliminary: USEF 2022 Preliminary Eventing Test A - small arena (20m x 40m)
Combined tests must ride the test listed for the level. No substitutions.
OTHER RULES and NOTES
EVENT CONTACT INFORMATION
The Maryland Horse Trials and Loch Moy Farm suggests all riders choose ICP-certified instructors. Following are some links to help!
ICP-certified Instructors listed by level of certificate
ICP-certified instructors listed by USEA Area
If you'd like to know more about the substance of the ICP program, please go to this link. It describes our Workshops, Assessments, and Continuing Education.
The Maryland Horse Trials will be using this new system for online entries.
Current IRP Point Standings
Two Licensed Competitions:
Show III- Saturday, Aug. 6, 2022 Show IV - Sunday, Aug. 7, 2022
Opening Date(both shows): June 18, 2022 | Closing Date (both shows): July 28, 2022
2022 CBLM and GAIG/USDF Qualifier
Prizelist for August Shows
These are the updated points for the MDHT Derby Team Series.
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Current Team Derby results
Dressage tests $35 each and Fix-a-Test rounds are $50 each.
Loch Moy Farm is offering schooling dressage shows that afford competitors the chance to ride any test at any available time of day. Riders use an online form to select their tests, their ride times, and to submit paperwork and payment. The earlier one signs up, the more likely that preferred time slots are still open. Entry forms are now available!
Loch Moy Farm is open for schooling of all disciplines! We have a derby course (open from November through March), a grass cross country course, a stadium course, and two dressage arenas (standard and small), a gallop track and riding trails as well as indoor schooling.
Payment and sign up can be made through:
1) Venmo @carolyn-mackintosh
2) PayPal (add $5.00 to all fees) on https://www.themarylandhorsetrials.com/pay AND text 301-514-0111 with the schooling options you would like:
* Gallop Track included in XC fee
** River Trail/Hacking included in all fees
Payment must be made before coming on property. Text 301-514-0111 if you’d like to use a schooling pass or voucher for payment.
We will be tracking everyone entering the facility. Again, you MUST text 301-514-0111 to make an appointment. Absolutely no unannounced arrivals will be tolerated.
If you are still with us... THANK YOU FOR READING ALL OF THIS!!!! We appreciate your ongoing support.
Sincerely, Loch Moy Farm
Show I - Saturday, April 23, 2022 | Show II - Sunday, April 24, 2022
Spring Fling 1 Results Spring Fling 2 Results
Loch Moy Farm Presents SUCCEED® XC Master Class- A two-day cross country clinic with LUCINDA GREEN!
Six times Badminton Horse Trials winner & international XC coach Lucinda Green is coming to Loch Moy Farm April 23-24, 2022!
Sign up now to ride or audit this rare opportunity!
MD International CCI1* (unified) and CCI2*S, CCI3*S entries open 5/24/2022 and close 6/212022
July 8-10 at The Maryland Horse Trials at Loch Moy Farm.
2021 PROGRAM BOOK
Join us October 4-7 for a Week with the Pros on Competition Course
Riders pay the $85 schooling fee to LMF.
Entries Due: 9/28/2021
Entries Due: 9/30/2021
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