Saturday, May 19, 2007


Thank you, again, for all of your responses to my blog!
Today, I will share some of my thoughts about the Garden State Horse Show.
Late Tuesday , I arrived at the show in order to ride and show on Wednesday in the schooling jumpers. On Friday, Saturday and Sunday, I was fortunate to show in the hunter, jumper and equitation divisions. All of the horses I rode went really well and it was a good show for all of Beacon Hill! My friend, Brianne Goutal, won the Grand Prix for the second year in a row and it was really exciting to watch!
In the last few years, the Garden State show grounds have improved and expanded with many rings operating simultaneously. This year, the show office had an updated computer system which provided the trainers and riders with current class information.
Next, Beacon Hill will travel to Old Salem Farm in North Salem, New York, and, then, we will show at the Devon Horse Show, Hits Saguerties, and the Beacon Hill Classic.

Talk to you soon!
Maria Schaub


At Sun May 20, 10:54:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

who did you qualify to go to devon on?

At Sun May 20, 11:00:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

what do you have to do in order to qualify for higher level shows (like the maclay)?

At Sun May 20, 10:07:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

look at maria's previous posts, she's explained bedfore

At Mon May 21, 11:28:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

GOODLUCK for your next show.

Lv Lee from RSA.

At Wed May 23, 06:59:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I was wondering what the correct way is to put your hair up in your helmet. I know how to get it in there nicely, but how do you make it cover your ears like that? I can't seem to figure it out. Thanx, and congrats!


At Wed May 23, 10:15:00 AM, Blogger said...

There was a piece in the February 1998 issue of Practical Horseman about putting on a helmet over very long hair (how to arrange the hair, etc). You can order the issue by calling 301-977-3900 ext. 0. You also might want to ask for advice in the EquiSearch Forum... everyone there is friendly and helpful! Good luck.


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