Shows & Events

 

 

News & Upcoming Events:

Please click here to view the July 2021 Galloping Gazette.

 

Above photos by Katie Trafton.

     Above photo by Alden Corrigan.

Photos on the Horse Park Web Site are the intellectual property of Mark Muntean, unless otherwise stated. All rights reserved.

 

 

 

                    Arena Status

                      Updated Friday, October 22nd, 2021

 

        Grand Prix Annex and Whiskey Hill arenas are OPEN.

         All other arenas are CLOSED.

Cross-Country, Conditioning Hill and Exercise Track are CLOSED. The Perimeter Trail is OPEN.

                       

  Please use good judgement and caution while hacking and jumping on cross-country. Intermediate and Advanced jumps are always closed for schooling.

 

Reminder: NO non-approved, vehicles, motorcycles, bikes, and/or golf carts are permitted on the Cross-Country field/courses!

Please remain alert to your surroundings, do not leave valuables visible and notify the office of any unusual activity on The Horse Park grounds!

               

 

Come Join Us!

David O’Connor Clinic at The Horse Park at Woodside

October 29, 30 & 31.

 

The Horse Park is proud to host a clinic by Olympic Gold, Silver and Bronze Medalist, Three Day Eventer, David O’Connor. David’s accomplishments in, and contributions to, the US Equestrian Sport of Eventing span four decades. He is not only one of America’s most successful international equestrians, he has also been instrumental in shaping the sport through decades of leadership, much of which has been given as a volunteer.

 

Please read more about his amazing career here:https://useventing.com/about/hall-of-fame/david-oconnor.

 

For information on riding participation availability, please text Gina Miles at 805-610-0879.

 

ALL, yes - that includes you- are welcome to come audit at no fee. Please join us for three days of exciting instruction on horsemanship and Eventing skills for riders at various levels of expertise.

Schedule of lesson times and locations will be posted early next week.

 

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       The Horse Park at Woodside           40th Anniversary!
 

 

 

 

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ABOUT THE HORSE PARK AT WOODSIDE - October 2021

 

The Horse Park, established in 1981, is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to land preservation and equestrian sport. Our land stewardship includes: invasive weed eradication; erosion control; native grass and plant restoration; a conscientious mowing plan for perpetuation of native grasses, weed abatement and fire prevention; and a native garden. Our equestrian programs encompass all that a premier equestrian facility has to offer: an international level cross country course, state-of-the-art footing, a covered arena, and 8 additional arenas.

We are unique to California and the West Coast as we encompass over 270 beautiful acres in the heart of the San Francisco Bay Area. The Horse Park is a wonderful refuge whether on foot or horseback, you can enjoy great vistas, the restorative power of nature and its simple beauty. In an effort to maintain this equine treasure, the Horse Park offers low cost memberships for both equine sports as well as for dog walking. Over the years it has been donations to our non-profit that have allowed this beautiful park to thrive. Everything we achieve, we do so because of generous individuals that share our vision and dedication to providing opportunities for educational, recreational and competitive activities in a variety of equestrian disciplines. We believe that The Horse Park at Woodside provides a balanced platform for the growth and development of youth and adults alike.

 

THE HORSE PARK MISSION STATEMENT

The Horse Park at Woodside is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) that provides opportunities for educational, recreational and competitive activities in a variety of equestrian disciplines that encourage the growth and development of youth and adults.

The Horse Park at Woodside is committed to:


           • Thoughtful stewardship of the land
           • Providing broad access to land appropriate to equestrian use
           • Adding value in the community
           • Other activities compatible with equestrian uses