FMF Spring Reminders: Camp, Campout, Competitions, and More!

April 18, 2021

There’s a lot going on at FMF this spring and summer…


Our summer camp is over 50% full already! Be sure to register online today to reserve your spots!

The early-bird rates won’t last forever… You’ll save $35 per week by signing up now!


Camp Out:

We’re having a camp out in May for some of our riders!

Want to join the fun? Make sure you’re enrolled in 2+ lessons per week or you lease/own a horse before May 7th.

Remember to RSVP today!



Our Farm Family Insurance Jackalope Enterprises Show Series starts next month!

Save the dates… May 23rd, June 6th, July 25th, August 22nd, and September 12th.

It’s eventing season!

Our April Spring Thing HT is just around the corner, but the eventing fun doesn’t stop there! Our July Aloha HT and November Fall HT will be here before you know it. Whether you plan to compete or volunteer, save the dates!

Our Quarter Star 3-Day Event and Clinics is June 21-25! It’s a great opportunity for eventers from both on- and off-farm!


Equitation Teams:

And finally, it’s never too early to plan… especially for equitation season!

FMF riders should save the date for tryouts: August 9th!

Remember, there’s a discount and a special bonus for those that pay early!


Want to see more? Be sure to check out our Calendar!

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COVID-19 Information

Please consult the signs on the property for the most up-to-date policies.
General details can be found below.

Effective 7/28/21: If you are NOT fully vaccinated, you MUST wear a mask (nose/mouth covering) when inside (in barns, stalls, Office, etc.).

Everyone (regardless of vaccination status) MUST:

At this time, parents/spectators are not permitted up at the grooming barn, unless their rider meets ANY of the criteria below:

  • 10 years of age or younger
  • has had fewer than 6 lessons here at FMF
  • is at the barn for a practice/lease/free ride

If a rider meets any of those criteria, ONE parent/spectator may accompany them to the barn.

At this time, parents/spectators are permitted to watch lessons from outside the arenas and/or from the PCUs.