Horse Trials / Eventing
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Robert Kellerhouse (organizer of USEA-recognized events at the Horse Park) and his team have built all new jumps and continue to create all-new courses (Beginner Novice through Advanced levels) designed by Ian Stark, and a gallop track that can be improved upon for optimal footing. The three recognized eventing dates feature BN-Advanced and each event has its own unique classes including the May Preliminary Challenge, August Summer Horse Trials, and October International Horse Trials. Check out his new web site at WoodsideEventing.com
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
NEW CHAPTER for Woodside Eventing
The Horse Park at Woodside Welcomes New Course Designer
Woodside, CA - December 4, 2014 - Del Mar Eventing announced today the appointment of Olympian Ian Stark, of Selkrik, Scotland, as the new cross country course designer for the prestigious Event at Woodside. Stark, an International course designer and former top-level rider, will take over from current designer, Derek di Grazia, Carmel Valley, CA in early 2015.
The first of the new courses will be unveiled in May 2015, at The Spring Event at Woodside, featuring the unique $15,000 Preliminary Challenge. In addition, a significant fundraising campaign is underway for a substantial rebuild of the upper level courses used for the autumn highlight competition, The Woodside International Event, held the first weekend in October.
To make a donation, contact the Horse Park at email@example.com or call (650) 851-2140.
For more information on the event, go to www.WoodsideEventing.com
2015 USEA - Recognized UPCOMING Scheduled EventS
Make Checks payable to Woodside Eventing.
DO NOT drop off entries at the Horse Park at Woodside,
please send entries to:
P.O. Box 620157
For more information, contact the press officer:
Horse Trials Events
For Stadium Jumping:
Shawn Powers firstname.lastname@example.org
For Cross Country:
Katrina Deane email@example.com
More about Robert Kellerhouse:
Robert currently is the organizer of the Galway Downs' Three-Day Events, where he also organized the first CCI3* in 2010, the first World Cup qualifying event held on the West Coast. Prior to Galway Downs, he also served as organizer of the Del Mar Horse Trials and Two-Day event from 1995-1998. Robert also serves the sport as a member of the FEI Eventing Committee (2009-2013), current member of the USEF Eventing Technical Committee, USEF High Performance Committee and was Vice President of Competitions of the USEA and a member of the USEA Board of Governors Executive Committee until 2013 when he began organizing the USEA's American Eventing Championships in Tyler, TX. He also serves as the organizers' representative to the Professional Horseman's Council.