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• Tuesday, November 27th, 2018

IMG_20181116_214134CongratulMVIMG_20181116_214501ations to our show riders, here is how they placed in the OPHA for the year: Anna Egensperger – Champion in Low Children’s Equitation on the Flat and 5th in Low Children’s Hunter.  Emily Egensperger – Reserve Champion in Adult Flat Equitation. Madison Zinner – Reserve Champion in Children’s Hunter Pony and 3rd in Children’s Pony Equitation on the Flat.  Travis Heintz – 5th in Children’s Pony Equitation on the Flat and 6th in Children’s Hunter Pony.  The annual banquet was at Landerhaven with plenty of food, fun and dancing!

The first show of the OPHA show season is this weekend, welcoming in December.  The show is at Chargrin Valley Farms and we will have a few riders showing on Saturday, 12/1/18.

On December 15th we will have our annual Christmas party at Still Waters Farm.  Back by popular demand is “Stall Decorating”.  If you don’t have your own horse you can ask Kathy who’s stall you can decorate.  Be creative but careful, we don’t want any horses getting sick or hurt because they ate the decorations!  You should have your stall decorated sometime prior to the party.

Christmas/Winter camp will be Wednesday thru Friday, 12/26-12/28/18.  Kids can come during the day, stay over night or any combination that works for your family.  During camp kids will have plenty of time for riding, learning and having fun!

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• Sunday, July 08th, 2018

DSC07934Summer Camp was a lot of fun this year.  There were five days of riding, learning about horses and all that goes with them, jumping (both on horses and on foot), games, swimming, campfire with Smores, and friendships.  On Friday afternoon there was a horse show and everyone did great!

DSC07718There were over 20 riders at camp this year.  Every rider made improvements in their riding throughout the week.  Some formed or strengthened friendships that will hopefully last a life time.  Most importantly, their love of horses was deepened and they will have a bond with horses for the rest of their lives.  As Kathy said during one talk, they might be riders, or artists, or vets, or maybe just supporters of someone who rides, but horses are part of their destiny!

As always I will post some of the pictures on the Summer Camp 2018 tab on the left side of the site.  I will also make copies for anyone who wants them, just drop a flash drive off at the barn with your name on it.

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