Snowbird Dressage is a Kentucky Dressage Association sanctioned Dressage show. Introductory, Training, First, Second, and Third and above levels will be exhibited. For more information on Snowbird Dressage, please contact Julie Congleton at 859-846-4889 or go to www.kentuckydressageassociation.com. Photo courtesy of PhelpsPhotos.
Equine Events and Competitions
We welcome you to the 4th Annual Oleika Pro Rodeo! We are proud to now be the new home of the IPRA National All Region Finals!
Join us on November 21 & 22 to cheer on 90 of the best cowboys and cowgirls in the country as they compete in bareback and saddle broncs, calf roping, steer wrestling, barrel racing, team roping, cowgirl breakaway roping and bull riding!
Come early when the doors open at 6 pm for a pre-show performance by the Kentucky Cowtown Rangers at 6:30 pm. They are the only club in KY sanctioned by the Cowboy Mounted Shooting Association. The rodeo will begin at 7:30 pm.
Adults - $15 (at the door) or $12 (advanced sale)
Children 6-12 - $10 (at the door) or $8 (advanced sale)
Children 5 & Under - Free
Group Rates Available - email: email@example.com
The United States Dressage Finals is the national championship competition for the United States Dressage Federation. The US Dressage Finals will be split into Open and Amateur divisions. Each division will hold classes from Training Level to Grand Prix Freestyle. A non-championship competition will also take place, USDF Dressage in the Bluegrass which will be a qualifying competition for The 2015 Great American/USDF Regional Championships and USDF/Dover Adult Amateur Medal Program. The USDF Dressage in the Bluegrass will have USEF and FEI classes with Training Level to Grand Prix Level exhibited. For more information on the United States Dressage Finals please call the United States Dressage Federation at 859-971-2277, or go to www.usdf.org.
The National Horse Show is a 5-day hunter/jumper event. The event will feature a full array of hunter divisions, Junior & Amateur Owner Jumpers, the top Open Jumpers from the USA and around the world, and the Maclay National Championship. The National Horse Show in is consistently ranked as one of the top shows in the United States by the North American Riders Group (NARG) and last year was voted Horse Show of the Year by the National Show Hunter Hall of Fame. For more information on the National Horse Show please visit https://www.nhs.org or call (561) 753-3389.
The Octoberfest Horse Trials bring together horses and their riders from approximately 30 states to compete in a 3-day event competition. Introductory to intermediate levels will be on display. This fall event is very beneficial in the training process for green to advanced horses and riders. A trade fair will also be taking place on the grounds in conjunction with this event. For more information contact Maggie Wright at 859-621-2478.
The Central Kentucky Riding for Hope Halloween Trail Ride and Used Tack Sale are events to benefit the Central Kentucky Riding for Hope. The Halloween Trail Ride allows riders to ride over park grounds that are not usually open to riders. A costume class and ride-a-thon will also take place during the event. The used tack sale allows people to buy and sell tack. For more information on the CKRH Trail Ride & Used Tack Sale please visit http://www.ckrh.org/htr.html or call (859) 231-7066.
For 25 years the United States Mounted Games Association has provided opportunities for riders of all ages to enjoy games on horseback and to compete internationally as well as in the United States.
The United States Mounted Games Association was formed to inspire, encourage interest, and increase participation in Mounted Games in the United States. Their mission is to increase the number of riders involved in Mounted Games, improve the quality and number of our United States competitions, and to enhance the image of equestrian games as a spectator sport. USMGA aims to provide niche in equine sports by making Mounted Games, a relatively inexpensive horse sport, available to the general public for the advancement and understanding of the equine industry.
The Certified Horsemanship Association International Conference is a 2-day educational event. There will be presentations from veterinarians, farriers, trainers, instructors, and equine behaviorists. Clinics will also take place in which participants can ride horses provided by Asbury University. CHA certified instructors will receive their required hours for recertification by attending the full conference. The conference is open to the public. For more information the Certified Horsemanship Association International Conference please go to www.cha-ahse.org or call Christy Landwehr at (720) 857-9550.
The PMHA Fall Harvest Show showcases the Arabian, Morgan, and Friesian breeds. Classes include sport horse in hand, stick horse, tandem riding, showmanship, halter classes, liberty classes, driving classes and breed championships. For more information on the PMHA Fall Harvest Show please go to www.puremorab.org.