FVF will again host Boyd Martin on June 28-29, 2023. Boyd is one of the leading international event riders in the world. He has represented the United States in the past three Olympic games as well as competed in the Pan American Games and the World Equestrian Games. He is currently the leading Event rider in the United States. He currently works out of his farm, Windurra USA in Cochranville, PA and winters in Aiken SC.
Jordan and Ava are excited to be part owners of two of Boyd's horses: Fedarman B and Barney Rubble.
Boyd Martin is an excellent and engaging clinician. We are proud that he chose FVF for one of his clinic sites.
FVF will again host Liz Halliday-Sharp on August 8-9, 2023. Liz is one of the leading international event riders in the world.
She has qualified for the US Olympic Team and has been reserve at the Pan Am games and the World Equestrian Games. She has ridden on several Nations Cup teams, including the most recent event in Boekelo, Netherlands.
Liz started out in Pony Club and originally hails from the West Coast. She trained overseas for a time but is now based on the East Coast in Ocala and Lexington.
FVF is hosting a clinic with Sabine Schut-Kery on March 23, 2023.. (CANCELLED DUE TO RAIN! WATCH FOR THE NEW DATE!)
Sabine Schut-Kery is an elite dressage rider and trainer who competes internationally and also delights audiences with extraordinary equestrian exhibitions. Sabine is originally from Krefeld, Germany, where she was classically trained under Jean Bemelmanns for three years before completing her official “Bereiter” exam with the Federation Nationale in Germany In 1998, Sabine came to the United States.
Sabine has won numerous international competitions with young horses as well as FEI horses. In 2015, she competed for the United States of America at the Pan American Games in Toronto, and came home with a Team Gold Medal in Dressage. She was recently awarded the Carol Lavelle Advanced Dressage Training Grant and spent the fall of 2017 in Europe doing focused training and competition with her Grand Prix partner, Sanceo. In 2018, she earned a spot representing the US at the Nations Cup, where Team USA won the team gold, and swept the podium in the Grand Prix Freestyle. Sabine continues to advance her own education under the brilliant eye of Olympian Christine Traurig.
In 2021, Sabine rode Alice Womble's Sanceo in the Tokyo Olympics, winning a team silver medal.
Sabine trains out of The Palms in San Marcos and is a tremendous supporter of our program at FVF.
Axel Steiner comes to Far View Farms on a regular basis to teach clinics. He has judged the Olympics, the World Cup Finals, the Pan American games, and many other championships here in the US and throughout the world. He was instrumental in founding the USDF (U.S. Dressage Foundation). For more information, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
See the info on the CDS San Diego Dressage site under Schooling shows.
FVF offers Schooling Dressage and Jumper shows. For more information, contact us at email@example.com
Recently, one of our mascot Miniature horses, Adele, got to model for an online tack shop out of Australia!
She had so much fun and was quite the little star.
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