Let's face it, we do summer adventures really well.
Last weekend, the academy and ‘B’ horses traveled to Roscoe Illinois for the Mid America Signature Show. In addition, Carol, Lin, and Hazel brought some of the ‘A’ show horses and had a ‘girl’s weekend’ at the show.
We enjoyed wonderful hospitality from the Mid America Horse Show Association, a beautiful big outdoor ring, and a sunny warm horse show weekend.
Highlights of the weekend included Richie and Tink turning in some amazing rides as they prep for Louisville, and spending time with the Honkamp ladies and their horses.
Our academy riders turned in great rides with especially stiff competition in the 13 and under WTC division. The Novice divisions in both WTC and WT were tough, with Addison finishing at the top on Saturday with Jules reserve, and Thea winning WT with Adrienne second. We’re so proud of all our riders!
This weekend, we’re off to Gurnee for the IASPHA Summer Show.
It’s ‘ladies weekend’ again for the show barn, while the academy and ‘B’ horses will be there to compete at one of our favorite shows.
The following weekend, we’re off to the Ozaukee County Fairgrounds for the ASAW Summer Showcase. This outdoor show features both academy and ‘B’ classes, and we’ll be there competing in both divisions.
Knollwood Kids, don’t forget to sign up for Parents’ Night out!
Saturday, August 15 is all for barn fun as we hold a Knockout meeting at 4:30 followed by 3 hours of fun and games. Weather permitting, we’ll hold a water fight after dinner, so be sure to bring a towel and wear clothes that you don’t mind getting wet.
The cost is only $20, and you can sign up in the school barn lounge.
Our ‘old school;’ Knollwood show is coming up fast on August 22 and 23!
Please bring your chairs or blankets to sit on, and your coolers of beverages to enjoy the show.
Horse assignment sheets will be up soon in the school barn lounge for all our riders.
The show will start at 11 AM on both days, with Saturday hosting ALL the walk , trot, and canter classes. We’ve also scheduled the 11 and over walk and trot classes so the riders can experience showing in the BIG outdoor ring. We’ll finish the afternoon with a games session.
The Sunday session will move to the little outdoor ring, and will showcase our walk and trot riders aged 10 and under, as well as our leadline stars.
If the weather doesn’t cooperate, we’ll host the show the following weekend, August 29 and 30.
Since we don’t be having a traditional concession stand, please be sure to sign up to donate raffle items. Basket lists are located on the tack room door in the school barn.
Presidential Mother Lisa is organized pre-order box lunches for the weekend, and they’ll even feature touchless pickup. Please stay tuned for ordering information.
We hope you can join us for PNO, and the summer show.
See you at the barn, or at the in-gate!