The Split Rock Jumping Tour (SRJT) has been selected by the International Equestrian Federation (FEI) to host a Longines FEI World Cup™ Qualifier starting in 2018. SRJT is one of only 14 events selected to be part of the FEI's prestigious FEI World Cup™ Jumping North American League (NAL) that determines which North American riders qualify to go to the Longines FEI World Cup™ Finals. "We are honored and absolutely thrilled to be chosen by the FEI to host a Longines FEI World
With the conclusion of Brave Horse weeks V and VI attention has now turned to preparing the show grounds to accommodate the competitors and spectators of the Split Rock Jumping Tour (SRJT). Significant enhancements underway at Brave Horse include the design and construction of a new front entrance on South County Line Road and a new dedicated Vendor Area adjacent to the main water feature of the 75 acre show grounds. he Grand Prix arena seating, hospitality tents and judges
The Ohio Dressage Society (ODS) Down Centerline 3 & 4 show August 4-6 at Brave Horse featured 125 horses showing all levels of dressage competition from USDF Intro through the FEI and Olympic Grand Prix levels. Competitors hailed from Kentucky, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Minnesota, New York, and Maine, as well as from all over Ohio, to experience dressage at Brave Horse on a gorgeous Ohio summer weekend. Judges were from California (two), Colorado, and Kentucky. There were 100+
Despite intermittent storms throughout the weekend, Brave Horse Week IV competition was able to continue to the amazement of many including a judge who remarked, “there isn’t anywhere else in the country where it could rain that hard and then ten minutes later the show is able to resume.”The Footing First LLC premier footing and the drainage infrastructure in the seven rings has become a significant differentiator for Brave Horse Show Park. One of the largest classes in Week
Brave Horse Show Park hosted the Mid-Ohio Dressage Association’s Mid-Ohio Classic I and II July 13-16, welcoming about 100 horses and competitors from throughout the region. Although nearly 3 inches of rain fell on Thursday of the show, tests continued due to the Brave Horse drainage system and the Footing First LLC premier footing. “We are so pleased with the ability of the grounds and rings to handle whatever weather comes our way,” said Matt Harris, owner of Brave Horse.
Brave Horse Week III Reaches Capacity Brave Horse began Week III of its show series at maximum capacity, drawing exhibitors from Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Pennsylvania and throughout Ohio. With the ongoing buildout of the new show park, trainers and exhibitors continue to comment on the beauty of the showgrounds as well as the quality of the footing in the rings. When the deluge of summer rains came on Friday the show proceeded thanks to the enhanced drainage infrastructur