Tuesday, July 31, 2007


Hi, everyone!

Recently, someone asked how to secure a catch ride and how to move up a division through a catch riding experience. One of the most outstanding opportunities for catch riding during the Winter Circuit in Wellington, Florida, is supported by the R. W. Mutch Educational Foundation. If you are interested in an opportunity to ride with a trainer in Florida, read about the scholarship details on the web site (www.rwmutch.com). Applicants are required to present a video of their riding for scholarship consideration and, if accepted, are asked to cover some of the expenses during their stay.

Yesterday, some of the Beacon Hill riders arrived in Lexington, Virginia, for the Show Jumping portion of the North American Young Riders and Junior Championships. In addition to selecting Show Jumping competitors aged twenty-one and under, selected Dressage and Three Day Eventing riders participate in the championships.

Today, we have jog inspections which conform to FEI standards and regulations.
Catch up with me soon for more on NAYRC in Lexington, Virginia.
Talk to you later.
Maria Schaub


At Tue Jul 31, 09:26:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

wow, thanx for answering my question again!!! earlier, i had tried to find info about the ronnie mutch, but couldn't find anything so that websight will be a HUGE help! What horse/horses are you planning to ride in the NAYRC, and what classes are you entering? I can't wait to hear about it!! Good luck!!

Your #1 Fan,

At Fri Aug 03, 09:06:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks maria!
That was another blog with some helpful information.

At Sun Aug 05, 10:17:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

can someone please tell me whether or not its okay to use a grakle noseband or a flash with a pelham?


At Sun Aug 05, 04:08:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Since you have catch ridden so many different horses, i REALLY want to know... What has been your favorite hunter horse, jumper horse, and equitation horse to ride? In any point of your riding career?

ps- have fun in Lexington! I love it there i show there at least once a year and its awesome!

At Sun Aug 05, 11:17:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

darn if only they had a scholarship progam like that for juniors over 15 :/ geeze that sounds like a wonderful experiance. but thanks for posting the link anyhoo, and good luck at your upcomming show maria:)

At Sun Aug 19, 07:40:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

HEY Maria! I thought that The Ronnie Mutch was a class that you qualified for at WEF by winning one 3'6 Equitation class. But later in my discovery realized that it was a Scholarship too.

If you win the class do you get the Scholarship or are the two not related at all! Thank you for your patience.

~ Anonymous~

At Mon Aug 20, 10:02:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

To the comment above me: The class and scholarship are unrelated. If you look on http://www.rwmutch.com you'll see the classic winners listed (Maria won it in 2006 and 2007), and also the scholarship winners listed (Emily Martin won in 2006, and Karli Postel won in 2007).

At Wed Dec 26, 01:44:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

If you win the scholarship, do you have to bring your own horse? Do you have any other details about it? One more question, do you show wherever the trainer you are riding with goes? Sorry, just the website wasn't totally clear on a lot of the details, and I'm a little confused. Thanks so much for posting this!

At Wed Jan 02, 10:42:00 AM, Blogger EquiSearch.com said...

^Please contact the RW Mutch scholarship people with your questions. There's a "contact us" page on their website. The deadline this year is Jan 7. Good luck!


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