Monday, November 27, 2006


Hi everyone!
Hope you had a great Thanksgiving.
Today will be a summary of what goes on at the barn after the close of the indoor season.

In early November, when the big indoor shows are finished, Beacon Hill tends to take a break from an active horse show schedule. The break is good for the horses, riders and trainers. It gives everyone a chance to rest, take lessons, and have some down time before the up and coming show season.

Frank and Stacia like to discuss goals and objectives with the students and their parents for the new year. Setting year long goals can be a critical part of student success in and out of the show ring.

I think it is good to realize the significance of time at home and, in my mind, I see it as a time to go "back to the drawing board." It is so nice to be home!

My next blog will answer one of your recent questions.
It is good to hear from all of you!
Talk to you soon.
Maria Schaub


At Sat Dec 02, 05:12:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Do you do dressage or eventing at all? Or just equitation?

At Sun Dec 03, 03:27:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...


At Mon Dec 04, 12:08:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I was curious about your show and riding schedule. How many weeks a year do horses at beacon hill show? On average, how many days a week are they ridden when you are showing and when they are at home?

At Mon Dec 04, 04:10:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey Maria... Happy Birthday! Oh- I was wondering if you have a jumper horse and if you are going to keep Whisay for ever. When your junior years are over, you can do the hunters on him right?


At Thu Dec 07, 02:33:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

What are some of your goals for the upcoming year? Do you still have another year as a junior?

How are you planning on balancing riding with college?

It sounds like you had a great 2006 show season! Good luck with your upcoming year!!

At Fri Dec 08, 11:33:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey, Maria! First off, I'd like to say that I really admire your equitation. You're an excellent rider.

Here's my question: How did you get involved with Beacon Hill? Did you ride with many other trainers before Frank? How long have you been riding at Beacon? Does Beacon generally cater more towards the juniors or does it serve a more wide spectrum of people?


At Thu Jan 18, 08:01:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Happy late B-Day Maria!!!!!


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