Eventing Camp & Competition

July 8-12, 2024

Closing date: June 15th
Registration: Register online at Hopoti.com.
Questions? Please email Ashley at ridewithfmf2@gmail.com.
Camp Entry: $325 Early Bird (deadline: May 31st) or $375 Regular Rate

Covers the whole week of camp + Horse Trials entry fee. | For FMF riders: Includes HT Coaching fee.

Stabling: $50/night

Maximum of 7 stalls available. | Price includes initial shavings only.

Audit: $30/day

For those that cannot attend the full camp week, but wish to audit certain days.

FMF Horse-use: $150

For FMF riders that do not full lease or own their mount; covers the whole week + HT horse-use fee.

Tentative Schedule: 9am-3pm Monday-Thursday + Horse Trials on Friday

Schedule will firm up as we confirm the guest lecturers/judges.

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!

A fantastic opportunity for riders of varying abilities– whether you’re looking to start eventing or you’re an eventer looking to broaden your knowledge.

The week includes lectures, demonstrations, and hands-on practice for every phase, with the week ending in an unrecognized Horse Trials with awards.

We have hosted many lecturers & judges in the past, including:

Olympians Doug Payne & Stephen Bradley

Dressage judge Peggy Pariso

5* eventer Woodge Fulton

Grand Prix dressage rider David Ziegler

Veterinarians Dr. Julie Augustine & Dr. Liz Paternotte

Olympic super groom Courtney Carson

EquiLearn Institute & Bodywork specialists

Devoucoux & Nutrena Reps

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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.