Cross Country Schooling at Flying Cross Farm

We’ll be heading to Flying Cross Farm on Wednesday June 4 for Cross Country Schooling.  For those of you who have been there before, you know it is an amazing schooling facility, with a wild variety of jumps. For those of you who haven’t, it’s an amazing experience! We will be going during the day, however, since it is an approximately 60-90 minute drive.  For those of you who don’t have to work that day, we invite you to come with us and join the fun!!

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Advanced level event rider and instructor at Team CEO Eventing in Lexington KY.
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5 Responses to Cross Country Schooling at Flying Cross Farm

  1. equestriquin says:

    Do you have any kind of approximate time frame for the schooling?

  2. pongorider says:

    Megan,

    Would someone be willing to drive for a free spot on my trailer???

    I have to work, but Hannah would love to go…

    Mike

  3. hfmoore says:

    I don’t mean to hijack this thread, but I wanted to emphasize to everyone how special this picture is.

    Sommalier — 5/2/08 is the date Megan wrote a check for this horse. He was barely green broken (e.g., someone had gotten on his back). He had no steering, no understanding of aids, and no training, but his attitude was “OK, mom, if you really want me to do that.” In less than 30 days, he’s schooling Novice ditches at the horse park and standing quietly tied to the trailer. What a super star!

    Belinda — in mid-March, Belinda came to Kentucky with Megan from Aiken. Belinda is from Australia and knew no one in Kentucky — but she knew TeamCEO was the place she should be. Belinda also had never ridden in a horse trial, and she had little or no jumping experience (she rode dressage “down under”). By the end of May, she’s a Novice eventer who’s teaching young horses (Sommalier) the ropes. Obviously, ANOTHER super star.

    I’m very, very proud of both of you, and of Megan for seeing the star power in each of you and the coaching ability to bring it out.

  4. Leaving the farm at 8am on Wednesday.

    Thanks to Annie for helping us find the boys!

  5. hfmoore says:

    Sounds like it was very good day. I’m glad you guys missed the bad weather & got to school.

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