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If you have questions about any of these events, please don’t hesitate to reach out, by emailing
January 20 & February 24: Winter Mini Show Series (Offering Equitation & Jumpers classes - A great low-stress way to practice for equitation team shows and the FFIJE show series!)
March 16-April 13: XC 101 & XC 2.0 Clinic Series (Weekly on Saturday afternoons, leading up to our April Horse Trials. - FREE lectures on 3/16!)
March 24 & April 14: Sessions are open for registration as of Jan. 31st! (Future dates to be added in the coming weeks.)
April 21: Spring Thing Unrec. HT (Offering Poles-M/T with all the hybrid divisions & flexibility you could want! - Registration opens March 5th. Will need lots of volunteers!)
May 19, June 16, July 7, August 11, & September 8: FFIJE Show Series (Offering Equitation, Hunter, & Jumper classes. - A great show, whether it's your first or 50th or 500th!)
June, July, & August: FMF Summer Camp (Camp is designed for ages 5-12. Book now for the Early Bird discount! - Older than 12? Email Christine to let her know you want to be a counselor/helper.)
July 8-12: Eventing Camp & Competition (New this year! Registration via Hopoti. - Open to all eventers of all ages– adults too! Offers a safe and educational environment for those interested in eventing, with detailed instruction for every phase. The week includes lectures, demonstrations, and hands-on practice, with the week ending in our Friday Horse Trials.)
July 12: Friday Unrec. HT (Offering Poles-M/T - Registration opens May 1st. Not just for those doing the eventing camp! Will need lots of volunteers!)

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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.

Everyone (regardless of vaccination status) MUST:

  • respect physical distancing
  • e-sign the FMF waiver prior to/upon arrival of their first visit to the farm

If you have tested positive for COVID (regardless of your symptom status), do not come to the farm.

Please consult the CDC for current best practices.