In a dramatic cross-country finale, Buck Davidson cemented himself a double CIC3* winner at Plantation Field International Horse Trials, leaping from 14th straight to the top with Maya Simmons’ Archie Rocks. Davidson won this even last year with Sherrie Martin and Carl and Cassie Segal's Copper Beach. "Now I just have to win three times in a row, right?" he joked.
The 12th annual Plantation Field International Horse Trials and Country Fair will take place September 19-22 at the historic Plantation Field in the horse country of Unionville. This year organizers are teaming up with Taylor Harris Insurance Services, Victory Brewing Company, and the Chester County Food Bank as well as numerous members of the Unionville and Kennett Square communities to bring spectators a classic country weekend.
While Chris Barnard’s technical show jumping course shuffled much of the CIC3* leaderboard, Phillip Dutton rose above it, jumping clear with Dr. Kevin Keane’s Sportsfield Candy to hold his division lead.
U.S. Team riders fresh from the 2018 FEI World Equestrian Games are dominating the standings at the 11th Annual Plantation Field International Horse Trials with Phillip Dutton, Boyd Martin, and Lynn Symansky leading the CIC3*, CIC2* A, and CIC2* B divisions, respectively.
Plantation Field is thrilled to offer a weekend of fun for the whole family in the picturesque Chester County countryside for the 11th Annual Plantation Field International Horse Trials (PFI). Spectators can get a front row seat to one of North America’s premier competitions all while enjoying a variety of festivities including a Country Fair, Beer Garden, Kid's Korner, and much more.
After three Horse Trials Molly Kinnamon’s, MK’s Concord Dawn is leading the Plantation Field Equestrian Events Inc. (PFEE) Thoroughbred Competitive Series with 12 points.
Changes are afoot at the Plantation Field International Horse Trials, which will welcome its fourth annual International CIC and the Area II Advanced and Intermediate Championships this fall with major show grounds improvements, including a new all-weather outdoor arena and water-jump complex.
By opening the iconic grounds of the Plantation Field Horse Trials to a rare cross-country schooling day, Plantation Field Equestrian Events is proud to announce it raised $8,000 to help the victims of the True Prospect Farm barn fire. Approximately 200 horses and riders visited Plantation Field, in Unionville, Pa., on June 13 to school over the jumps and support Boyd Martin, Ryan Woods, Caitlin Silliman and Lillian Heard, the four local riders affected by the fire.
Schooling Day Benefit Monday, June 13, 2011 2-8pm... PFEE, Inc. will conduct an open cross country schooling to benefit the victims of the terrible fire at True Prospect Farm. All proceeds from the schooling session will go directly to those involved in this tragedy.
Plantation Field International Horse Trials hosted its third International Horse Trials this past weekend, with spectators taking in the fierce competition, beautiful views and exciting activities.
Due to the tremendous support from international equestrians, sponsors and the local community, this event has more than doubled in size within the past several years and has attracted some of the best riders in the sport of eventing. Among past winners are two-time Olympic Gold medalist Phillip Dutton, Winner of the Adelaide CCI4* (AUS) Boyd Martin and winner of the 2010 Bromont CCI3* (CAN) Will Coleman.