At Parkwide from May 03 2013 09:00am to May 05 2013 07:00pm Hosted by Mike LyonEquine Events & Competitions
At Hunter Jumper Complex from May 08 2013 08:00am to May 12 2013 05:00pm Hosted by Kentucky Horse Shows, LLCEquine Events & Competitions
At Hunter Jumper Complex from May 15 2013 08:00am to May 19 2013 05:00pm Hosted by Kentucky Horse Shows, LLCEquine Events & Competitions
At Dressage Complex from May 23 2013 08:00am to May 26 2013 05:00pm Hosted by Kentucky Dressage AssociationEquine Events & Competitions
At Hunter Jumper Complex from May 24 2013 08:00am to May 26 2013 05:00pm Hosted by Maggie WrightEquine Events & Competitions
At Covered Arena from May 24 2013 06:00pm to May 26 2013 08:30pm Hosted by Ernie O'BryanEquine Events & Competitions
At Alltech Arena from May 25 2013 09:00am to May 26 2013 05:00pm Hosted by Parelli Natural Horse TrainingEquine Events & Competitions
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At Hunter Jumper Complex from Jun 01 2013 08:00am to Jun 01 2013 06:00pm Hosted by Thoroughbred Horse Show AssociationEquine Events & Competitions
At Covered Arena from Jun 03 2013 08:00am to Jun 08 2013 08:00pm Hosted by Pyramid SocietyEquine Events & Competitions
At Hunter Jumper Complex from Jun 05 2013 08:00am to Jun 09 2013 05:00pm Hosted by Frankie StarkEquine Events & Competitions
At Covered Arena from Jun 10 2013 08:00am to Jun 10 2013 05:00pm Hosted by UK 4HEquine Events & Competitions
At Hunter Jumper Complex from Jun 12 2013 08:00am to Jun 16 2013 05:00pm Hosted by Frankie StarkEquine Events & Competitions
At Covered Arena from Jun 19 2013 08:00am to Jun 23 2013 11:00pm Hosted by MEQHAEquine Events & Competitions
At Hunter Jumper Complex from Jun 21 2013 08:00am to Jun 23 2013 05:00pm Hosted by Nancy SmithEquine Events & Competitions
At Alltech Arena from Jun 22 2013 09:00am to Jun 23 2013 05:00pm Hosted by Clinton AndersonEquine Events & Competitions
Parents and kids are invited to spend a day together learning to work with horses at the Big Barn, located at the Kentucky Horse Park. This one-day program called City Slickers is being sponsored by the Kentucky Horse Council. Participants can be of all ages ranges, and no experience is necessary.
The event will take place on June 22nd from 9am - 3pm. The goal of this program is to provide a unique outing for the whole family to come learn and work hands on with gentle horses. Parents and kids will learn to groom, lead, and tack horses. Basic horse health and different breeds and disciplines will also be some of the various topics covered. In addition, families will be provided lunch while enjoying a hay ride across the park.
The cost of the program will be $25 per family (up to four members) and will include not only lunch but also admission into the park but also admission into the park. Registration for the event is required and will be limited to the first 48 people (24 for each group).
Please complete the registration form, and then you will receive an email for payment options if we have the requested time and available spots open. Thank you.
Schedule: 9:00aGroup One Arrives
9:00 - 9:15amIntroduction (Group One)
9:15 - 11:45amProgram - Group One (Hands on with Horses)
11:30am Group Two Arrives
11:30 - 11:45am Introduction (Group Two)
11:45am - 12:30pmLunch and Hay Ride (Groups One and Two)
12:30 - 3:00pm Program - Group Two (Hands on with Horses)
At Kentucky Horse Park from Jun 22 2013 09:00am to Jun 22 2013 03:00pm Hosted by Kentucky Horse CouncilEquine Events & Competitions
At Covered Arena from Jun 26 2013 08:00am to Jun 30 2013 08:00pm Hosted by Cindy ClintonEquine Events & Competitions
Daily Schedule (approximate):
Wednesday - 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Thursday - 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Friday - 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM (schooling)
Saturday - 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Sunday - 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Mission of the Huntfield Derby Series
To give quarter horse hunters the opportunity to develop and grow, by providing quality conditions, challenging courses, and offering a platform for exhibitors to advance their horsemanship skills, while maintaining an enjoyable and rewarding environment.
The Huntfield Derby series was established in January 2012, by David Warner and Lainie DeBoer. The goal was to offer more choices and opportunities for the quarter horse hunter, but still remain in an AQHA setting. Based off the USHJA model, Warner and DeBoer set out to mimic the program, and integrate it into the AQHA schedule at all the top shows around the country. Venues were specifically chosen based on their quality of jumps, proper footing, and competent judging.
The first derby, at Fox Lea Farm in Venice, Florida, was a huge success and immediately there was enthusiasm that spread throughout the industry. Exhibitors specifically found horse shows that were holding the Huntfield derbies so they could add more ch opportunities for their hunters. Horse shows called inquiring about hosting derbies, to help attract exhibitors in the hunter category. Sponsorship grew within the quarter horse community to make sure that it kept the series going. When word spread that the derby series was so successful, Huntfield was contacted by many different organizations looking to promote their products. It allowed Huntfield to expand the prize money offered and give quality products and prizes to our winners.
In mid 2012 the AQHA Executive Committee voted to have the Huntfield derby finals at the AQHA World Championship show, the first of it’s kind in the history of the AQHA. The derby final was a huge success, offering over $40,000 in cash and prizes. Here is a link to a RFD TV special that featured our finals.
In 2013 we have expanded the Huntfield brand by holding our own show in Lexington, KY June 26th-30th at the Kentucky Horse Park. We are offering a wide variety of classes including: pairs classes, equitation classics, hunter classics, an open 3'0" derby, a 2'6" novice/select derby, and our Non pro derby 3'0" finals, all in Rolex Stadium home of the World Equestrian Games.
We are excited about the future of Huntfield and all that it has to offer the quarter horse hunter. Since our inception we have seen memberships grow, more USEF participation at AQHA events, increased horse sales, and improved horsemanship skills. The Huntfield derby series has directly benefited our discipline and we look forward to encouraging growth for our industry.
At Rolex Stadium from Jun 26 2013 08:00am to Jun 30 2013 06:00am Hosted by HuntfieldEquine Events & Competitions
At Alltech Arena from Jun 28 2013 08:00am to Jun 30 2013 07:00pm Hosted by Jill RyderEquine Events & Competitions
At Covered Arena from Jul 03 2013 08:00am to Jul 06 2013 06:00pm Hosted by Byron SingerEquine Events & Competitions
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