Horse Shows

For our students interested in advancing their skills to the next level, testing their riding ability, or simply having fun with their friends at the barn, we offer several horse shows for our current students during the year. Our shows are closed to outside entries.  Only Beracah Valley Students riding Beracah Valley Horses may compete.  This is a “lightly competitive” show designed to be fun for our students while giving them a chance to see how they ride compared to others in the barn.

Beracah Valley “Light Of Faith” Shows

All summer show proceeds are set aside for our light of faith scholarship fund to help send children to riding lessons programs.  Every entry will receive a ribbon!  We have a new tradition of opening our shows with a mounted drill team performance.  Students sign up a month in advance in drill team lessons to practice the drill team pattern.

Below is flyer for  our next schedule show Saturday, October 5th, 2019:showclasslistoct2019

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Beracah Valley Winter Series Show

Below is the flyer for our winter 2019 show series.  The show is designed to be only 2 to 3 hours long with points accumulating over four “mini” shows.  You must sign up in advance. The sign up sheet is posted on the main barn bulletin board.  You can view last years form below.  Click to print:horse showwinter2019

We Will be posting our Winter 2020 series flyer toward the end of 2019!  Classes will be similar to 2019 flyer

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Typically, we offer one show before summer camp season starts  and one in the fall.  We often bring in a professional horse show judge, but don’t let that scare you away from entering the competition.  We offer equitation classes, barrels, bareback riding, obstacle courses, and plenty of fun classes.  Every entry will receive a ribbon no matter what place you come in.  We usually donate the proceeds of our summer horse shows to the “light of faith” scholarship fund for children.

Students are not required to purchase professional show attire, but should dress as they do for lessons with long pants, riding boots or shoes and helmets.  A clean, professional shirt is preferred.winter2016show

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