Come to Plantation Field Monday, June 13th 2-8 to jump around the course for a great cause!
Unionville, PA- 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 Cross Country Courses have not been open for schooling for several years so this is a great opportunity to school. Plantation Field, located in Unionville, PA is the site of six horse trials annually including an International CIC in September. Check website www.plantationfieldhorsetrials.com for directions to 450 Apple Grove Rd. entrance. The course will be open from 2PM to 8PM. However, no one will be allowed on the course if they have not signed in by 7PM. Longwood Fire Company, one of the groups to respond last week to the fire has very generously donated their ambulance and crew for the schooling session.
$40.00 per horse All Riders Must:
• Sign a release form available at the secretary's office
• Obtain and wear a pinnie (number) from the secretary's office
• Wear a certified helmet secured with a chin strap harness
• Wear footwear with a heel. We ask that you dress appropriately Please Note: All Schooling Riders Must wear a body protector Courses available from Elementary up to Preliminary. (Some Intermediate fences)
Please check website Monday June 13, 2011 for any changes due to weather.
Plantation Field, located along Route 82 in Unionville, PA, is adjacent to the famous kennels that house Mr. Stewart's Cheshire Foxhounds. This site offers a premiere venue with rolling hills, wooded cover, and the well-known stone foundation ruins.
$40 per horse - - all proceeds will go directly to those affected by the fire. We hope you will come jump around the course for a good cause!
Plantation Field Horse Trials
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