Maelstrom Farm to host Hunter-Jumper Show on June 3 near Corydon, IN [Equine]

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Maelstrom Farm to host Hunter-Jumper Show on June 3 near Corydon, IN

Maelstrom Farm will host a Hunter-Jumper Show on Sunday, June 3. Classes will be held in the indoor arena and outdoor arena simultaneously and both will begin at 11 am.

Schooling is allowed at the day of the show 7 am -10:30 am. Informal attire with boots and polo shirts acceptable, braiding not required. Approved helmet is required while mounted.

Entry fee for all classes - $15.00 per class with $8.00 office fee.

Ribbons presented 1st through 6th place. Champion and Reserve Champion ribbons presented in Hunter and Equitation divisions, you must compete in all 3 classes in a division to qualify for these.

Classes in outdoor arena include the following divisions: (3 classes in a division including one flat class), Cross Rails, 18” Verticals, 2’ Hunter Over Fences, 2’3” Equitation Over Fences, 2’6” Hunter Over Fences, 3’ Hunter Over Fences

Individual Jumper Classes begin after 3’ Hunter Division in outdoor arena.

Classes in indoor arena include the following divisions: (3 classes in a division including one flat class), Walk - Trot Hunter Over Poles, Walk - Trot Equitation Over Poles, Cross Rails Hunter (Walk - Trot only in flat class), Cross Rails Equitation (Walk - Trot only in flat class)

To access the full showbill please go to Maelstrom Farm’s website here.

Non-showing horse/pony schooling fee $15.00. Maelstrom Farm school horse fee is $5.00 per class with $25.00 maximum per show.

For more information please contact show manager Nikola Alford at 812-732-5050. Maelstrom Farm is located at 90 Harrison Heath Rd. S.W. off Hwy. 135 by Corydon, IN.

Photo: Courtesy of Anna Blanton

About Sandy Dolan
Owner of Cedar Ridge Farm which operates a children's horseback riding lesson program in Greenville, IN. I have been involved with equine welfare and rescue activities. We have successfully rehomed at risk horses and retrained off the track thoroughbred racehorses in new careers in hunter/jumper, eventing, dressage, and barrel racing disciplines.
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