SPRING DRESSAGE SHOWS AT HOSSMOOR

HOSSMOOR
May 2013
SPRING DRESSAGE SHOWS AT HOSSMOOR
Saturday, May 2
*** DRESSAGE SHOW
approved by USEF, USDF & CDS, Level 2
Judge: LAUREL BRUUN (R)
Prizes to First and Ribbons 1st - 6th Places
Sunday, May 3
“CLASSLESS” DRESSAGE SCHOOLING SHOW
Western Dressage & Eventing Dressage Tests, Too!
You tell us the time you want to ride and the tests you want to do
and you’re scheduled - First come first served!
All contestants go home with their scores and BLUE RIBBONS!
Judge: Dr. REBECCA ARMSTRONG (L grad)
Show Secretary–Janette Oakes 530-756-8503, [email protected]
All entry and information requests should go to Janette at
2408 Amapola Drive, Davis, CA 95616
Show Manager – Hetty Dutra 925-228-5790, [email protected]
FOOD FOR MOST OF THE DAY BOTH SHOWS
Not Riding? How about Volunteering?
Enjoy the show and support on your friends: Volunteer!
HOSSMOOR EVENTS
DRESSAGE SHOWS
Sat, May 2- *** Show
Sun, May 3 - Schooling Show
TRAIL WORK PARTY
Sat, May 16
nine am- one pm
The *** show is approved by USEF, USDF,
and CDS. It’s a big deal for us to host it. The
Schooling Show is much more relaxed. Not
only is there no required dress, but we offer
Eventing Dressage and Western Dressage
tests, too! We hope you’ll ride in one or the
other show, or both, but if not, please consider volunteering! It’s a fun way to enjoy the
show AND help out at the same time. Work a
morning or afternoon shift, either day, and get
free food, and a small gift, as a token of our
appreciation. Email Hetty to volunteer!
Keeping our trails open is a priority, but we
need your help to do that. Meet promptly at
nine am at the house. Bring weed-whackers,
or other trail tools, if you have them. We are
transported to the ridge. Working our way
down the trail is pretty easy, and a lot of fun,
too! We are back down by noon. If working
isn’t a possibility, consider making sandwiches, or providing drinks, a salad, or cookies
for the crew. Join us for lunch in Hetty’s front
yard. There’s a sign up sheet in the covered
arena, for working, and for providing lunch!
Please say farewell to:
LISA CORTEZ-HOLMES’ rescued horse,
DIEGO. She has decided to put him in training.
SOFIA and ZEUS remain here, and we hope
DIEGO will be back soon.
WE STORE MEDICAL SUPPLIES
for emergencies in the Exam Room. Some items
and medications are missing. Please replace the
missing items, that you borrowed, and either replace
or reimburse us for the medications. Boarders use
the horse vacuum, and equine professionals use the
exam room, too. We don’t want to have to lock the
Exam Room, so ask staff before taking supplies!
Congratulations:
UTE FREY & JON PAUL!
Our Sympathy goes out to
TAUNI & PARIS SAUVAGE
on the loss of their wonderful mare
INGLENOOK
May She Rest in Peace
May your marriage be blessed with
peace & joy!
MEET THE NEWEST MEMBERS OF OUR STAFF
KENNY FRASER, is an instructor and CHRISTINE ROSE is operating the EuroXciser.
Both of them have an Hawaiian connection, and both of them are passionate about horses.
Kathleen McCoy and Christine will do most of the EuroXciser work,
but Sandi George and Tony Romero will still be helping out.
Be sure and say Hello, when you see them!
Kenny Fraser grew up in Hawaii. His formal training started with hunt seat equitation, which later
became cross country jumping. Over the past 20
years Kenny’s focus and training have been on show
jumping, dressage, pleasure and bio-mechanically
sound dynamic riding styles. His foundation of
comprehensive horse management, affection, nutrition, healing, advocacy and safety remain key elements of his teaching theory. Kenny teaches all
levels of riding to students of all ages and disciplines,
and has schooled, trained, and shown many privately
owned horses. He currently coaches a team of show
jumpers. Whenever he’s not teaching he can be
found with his biggest reward of all “The Tempest”,
his Hanoverian mare. Available at: 650-350-9196,
or email: [email protected]
Christine Rose has been riding horses since she was a child and has owned and cared for horses in the East
Bay hills since the age of 18. She moved to Hawaii in 2004 where she worked for and became head wrangler
and manager of Makena Stables, a horseback riding stables in Kihei, Maui. She is an excellent horse trainer and
rider, and might be coaxed into teaching roping lessons.. Her horsemanship experience includes competing in
team roping events as a heeler and also in barrel races. After ten years with Makena Stables, Christine returned
to the East Bay where she continues to pursue competitive roping and barrel racing buckles.