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2018 Schooling Shows

Thanks for making our shows so friendly and
so much fun.

Jean and Sandra Carnet

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for 2018 Series Championship Rules

Looking for a great
place to board?

We have openings!

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Call or email Sandra for more information
at 770-654-3934 or
sandra@oxerfarm.com

All shows are Series Championship qualifiers. Must ride in five to qualify. All of our shows are GDCTA recognized.

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March 31, Dressage and CT

Dressage, Combined Test

Closing date:
March 22

Judge: Kelly Eaton (L)

April 28, Dressage, CT and Three-Phase

Shakerag Hounds Benefit
Dressage, Combined Test and Three-Phase

Closing date:
April 19

Judge: Robin Ginn (L)

Shakerag Hounds Benefit
Entry Material Shakerag Benefit

May 19, Dressage, CT and Three-Phase

Dressage, Combined Test
and Three-Phase

Closing date:
May 10

Judge: Susanne Lauda (L)

June 16, Dressage and CT

Dressage, Combined Test

Closing date:
June 7

Judge: Denice Kludt (L)

August 25, Dressage and CT

Dressage, Combined Test

Closing date:
August 16

Judge: Sally Crews (L)

September 22, Dressage, CT and Three-Phase

Dressage, Combined Test
and Three-Phase

Closing date:
September 13

Judge: Pam Kimble (L)

Open Schooling

in both arenas and on cross-country anytime
by appointment.
Call Sandra at
770-654-3934.

Schooling Fee $25

We have two arenas:
a full-sized competition stadium jumping arena that accommodates amoeba through prelim level fences; and a full-sized dressage arena. Our cross country course features natural and purpose built obstacles, none higher than Beginner Novice.

Rider Release

ABOUT OUR FACILITY

Oxer Farm offers schooling shows for dressage and lower-level eventing riders in a friendly, relaxed, low stress environment. Our facility is especially inviting for green horses and riders who are just learning the ropes of showing. But we also attract many experienced competitors looking for an opportunity to gain mileage on a horse prior to a bigger show.
(No stallions, please)