Have you visited lately? We are thrilled with our newly opened water complex, which opened this summer. In addition to a variety of jumps around the water, there’s also a lovely new bridge, which you and your horse can follow right into the complex and cross-country course.
We think the water complex is a great addition to our five-acre XC course developed by course designer, Greg Schlappi, who has over 20 years of experience in designing and building courses for schooling and events across the United States. Greg has an “r” license for course design through Preliminary leve for USEF/USEA events and was a co-designer of the course at the 2015 Pan Am Equestrian Games. With a beautifully made coffin/ditch, trakehner, adjustable skinny, arrowhead and rolltops, this course offers a well-rounded training opportunity for both experienced eventers and those new to the sport. There is also a beautiful and versatile bank with many jumping options.
In addition, we feature a number of jumps on our trails, as well as a newly created conditioning track. For stadium jumping, take a look at our outdoor arena.
The EDC welcomes outside trainers. Our course is always open, weather permitting, making it an optimal choice for schooling availability. To make an appointment, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call/text 603- 548-1752.
- $40 per rider
- Horses should be up to date on all vaccines and have a current,negative Coggins.
- Helmets and safety vests must be worn while schooling.
- A coach/instructor is required to accompany the riders.
- A release form must be filled out by each rider.
- No motorized vehicles or dogs are permitted on the XC course.
For further information on our cross country course, contact Tricia Bridgeo at email@example.com or 603-548-1752.
If you are participating in cross-country, clinics or other related activities, you can download release forms in either Word or PDF format here. Fill out the appropriate form (adult or minor) and email to Tricia (see above) along with a photo of your horse’s Coggins.