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Locust Hill Farm
109 Melville Road  •  Hyde Park, NY •  12538
845-471-2632    LocustHF@aol.com

 

Don't miss the next annual Locust Hill Farm Fall
HUNTER PACE November 5, 2017

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EVENTS at LOCUST HILL FARM
Dutchess County, NY

Saturday June 3, 2017 Spring Schooling Trail Ride on Pace Course
Sunday Nov. 5, 2017 Fall Hunter Pace

Hunter Pace in Dutdhess County, NY Hunter ace is Hyde Park, NY
The photos above are courtesy of Liz Garvey and Connecticutphoto.com.

Locust Hill Farm Spring Schooling Trail Ride on the Hunter Pace Course
Saturday June 3, 2017
8:00am-10:30am start

Downloadable Entry and Release

The Trail Ride is on! No need to pre-register (No Lunch provided)
Start any time between 8:00am and 10:30am.

Trail ride on a marked hunter pace course 7- 8 miles through open rolling farmland and beautiful wooded trails. ~ 40 fences, none over 3’3”, and all with Go-Arounds for those not wishing to jump. There will be an optional self-serve rest point.
Riders may leave any time from 8:00am until 10:30am. Hardhats with attached harness, signed release forms and negative Coggins within 12 months are required with entry.
This will not be timed!
LUNCH offered for $10 Pre-paid ONLY by May 30th.
Fun for Everyone !!! Many small beginner fences along with more challenging jumps. Lovely ride over beautiful countryside for the flat rider.
Photographer on Site: Connecticutphoto.com

RSVP if you plan on attending LocustHF@aol.com or (845) 471-2632
COST PER RIDER: $50 No lunch provided.
$60 Pre-paid with Lunch
For additional information: Email: LocustHF@aol.com
Or call: (845) 471-2632
Directions: www.LocustHillFarmLLC.com
Evening Contact:Tracy Little at (845) 334-8131

Locust Hill Farm  
109 Melville Rd
Hyde Park, NY 12538

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Locust Hill Farm Spring Schooling Hunter Pace
Saturday May 13, 2017

(All riders must sign the Release form prior to riding. Parent or guardian NOT trainer must sign for those under 18 years of age. Plan accordingly.)

Photographer on Site: Connecticutphoto.com

An exceptional variety of inviting and challenging jumps makes the Locust Hill course the most unusual in Dutchess County.

The course will be approximately 6-8 miles with a possible option to take a short cut making it under 6 miles through open rolling farmland and beautiful wooded trails. There will be approximately 40 fences, none exceeding 3’3”, and all with Go-Arounds for those not wishing to jump. There will be a halfway mandatory rest point. Teams may consist of 2, 3, or 4 riders. Hardhats with attached harness, signed release forms and negative Coggins within 12 months are required with entry. All entries must be accompanied by the entry fee.
Many Small Beginner Fences Along With More Challenging Jumps
Lovely Ride Over Beautiful Countryside for the Flat Rider
Rain or Shine
Ribbons to 8 places
Jamie Manning of Manning Saddle Restoration will be providing prizes for the Spring and Fall Hunter Paces   http://www.manningsaddlerestoration.com
Winning Team (2-3 competitors) will receive a Certificate for
Smith-Worthington product or repair

What makes this different from our annual fall hunter pace?

• The course will have short and mid-length options to accommodate early fitness levels.
•There will be a simple cold lunch with soft drinks and minimal seating.
• Ribbons to 8 places. • No cash prize. • Reduced price.

Cost per rider:
$60 pre-registered by May 4th, $70 pre-registered by May12th, $80 day of pace
First team off at 9:00am.

For additional information
Call the farm: (845) 471-2632
Email: LocustHF@aol.com
May Only Evening contact: Tracy Little (845) 334-8131

Hunter Pace in Dutchess County NY

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Now for something completely different...

cross-country trail run

Run the Pace for "Every Mother Counts"
Cross-country Trail Run
Sunday May 14, 2017

Results 2017

This event is for human runners only! Leave your horses home!
Well mannered leashed dogs are welcome!

8:00am register 9:00am start (Early start option at 8:30am for those who expect to take longer than 2 hours.)
Run or walk a 6 to 8 mile cross-country course on the beautiful woodland trails and fields on
privately held land. (Optional 5K will be carefully marked)
Exact distance will be posted closer to the event date.
Locust Hill Farm- 109 Melville Rd -Hyde Park, NY 12538(Pre-enter at this address.)

Locust Hill Farm will hold its annual Spring Hunter Pace on Saturday. For the past 4 years we opened the previous day's hunter pace course to human runners on Sunday.
This year we will again run this race to support “Every Mother Counts” .
100% of proceeds go to Every Mother Counts! Our time is completely voluntary.

Worldwide new mothers needlessly die from the lack of the most basic health care. Every Mother Counts helps provide community health services, emergency care, prenatal, postpartum, and pediatric care, birth services and breastfeeding support, in addition to education and environmental programs. Please visit http://www.everymothercounts.org 

The trails are horse back riding trails so expect rough patches and a couple deep mud spots. (You can pick your way around, but not run straight through it if you want to stay dry.) The course will be VERY WELL MARKED as it is intended for mounted riders.

cross-country trail runJumping optional!

Entry fee is optional. Please consider a $15-$20 donation.
Checks should be made out to “Every Mother Counts”

INFO: Tracy Little 845-334-8131 LocustHF@aol.com
fB: Locust Hill Farm Hyde Park, NY
Please RSVP if you plan on attending.
DIRECTIONS: http://www.LocustHillFarmLLC.com/directions

Printable Entry & Release for Run

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Annual 
Locust Hill Farm Fall Hunter Pace
Sunday November 5, 2017

Downloadable Entry
(All riders must sign the Release form prior to riding. Parent or guardian NOT trainer must sign for those under 18 years of age. Plan accordingly.)

Photographer on Site: Connecticutphoto.com

Viewed by many as the best hunter pace in the region. An exceptional variety of inviting and challenging jumps makes the Locust Hill course the most unusual in Dutchess County.
Featuring:
$500 Prize Fund*
8-10 mile full length course over beautiful countryside & many fences.
Festive atmosphere with excellent catered meal in all-weather tent.

The course will be approximately 8-10 miles through open rolling farmland and beautiful wooded trails. There will be approximately 50 fences, none exceeding 3’3”, and all with Go-Arounds for those not wishing to jump. There will be a halfway mandatory rest point. Teams may consist of 2, 3, or 4 riders. Hardhats with attached harness, signed release forms and negative Coggins within 12 months are required with entry. All entries must be accompanied by the entry fee. ($90 per rider paid by 10/24, $100 paid by 11/4, $110 day of pace)

Many Small Beginner Fences Along With More Challenging Jumps
Lovely Ride Over Beautiful Countryside for the Flat Rider
Rain or Shine 
Ribbons for 1st to 10th Place
Photographer on Site: Connecticutphoto.com

Early entry highly recommended for desired start time. Refunds always given with doctor's or veterinarian's notes.

We would like to thank our sponsors:

Hudson Valley Farrier Service- Tim Gifford lets us use his beautiful jumps every year.
Manning Saddle Restoration- Jamie Manning sponsors the wine at the rest stop and supplied prizes to the winners.

Manning Saddle Restoration
   


Locust Hill Farm is part of the 2017 Hudson Valley Pace Series!

For information go to www.FindaHunterPace.com/hvpaceseries

2017 Hudson Valley Pace Series

Get in on the excitement! This year we have 4 Dutchess County hunter paces in our series. Earn points for every pace you enter. The higher you place the more points you earn. Participate in at least 3 of our member paces and you automatically qualify for fabulous prizes and bragging rights. The more paces you enter the greater chance you have to win. Points will be awarded to individual riders so you need not ride in the same team or the same division throughout the series. (Hunt division will earn 1 to 20 pts. New this year- Hilltoppers earn 1 to 10 pts. Points accumulate for Series prizes.)

Series Grand Champions - Top 2 total points earned each win a Smith-Worthington bridle provided by Jamie Manning www.ManningSaddleRestoration.com 
Series Reserve Champions – Top 3rd & 4th points earned
Each win a Smith-Worthington halter and lead provided by Jamie Manning

THIS YEAR:
Compete in at least 3 paces and receive a Pace Series memento!
 
Special GRAND SLAM Awards!
Those who participate in ALL 4 member paces will receive a special prize!

The paces are run independently of each other and each sets their own entry fees and their own rules. For more information email: HVPaceSeries@aol.com

2017 Hudson Valley Pace Series:

Sept. Comfort Zone Hunter Pace at Wethersfield Farm, Amenia, NY  

Oct. LKTA Fall Hunter Pace, Burger Rd. Rhinebeck, NY

Oct. Millbrook Pony Club Hunter Pace, at Wethersfield Farm, Amenia, NY

Nov. 5th Locust Hill Farm Hunter Pace, Hyde Park, NY Downloadable Entry

 

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