SOUTHERN EIGHTHS ANNOUNCES SPRING OPEN SCHOOLING DAYS
January 10, 2012—Chesterfield, SC– Southern Eighths Farm in Chesterfield, SC is giving Beginner through Training level Event riders and horses the perfect opportunity to prepare for their next competition or to bring a young horse along with its upcoming Open Schooling Days. Mark your calendar now for January 21–29, February 18–26, and/or March 17–25 to take advantage of this opportunity to school on one of the finest facilities in the nation.
Well known course designer Tremaine Cooper will create a different schooling setup for each Open Schooling week so that horses and riders have the opportunity to school over different types of fences and terrain. Themes have been chosen for each week. January’s theme will be “Coffins and Corners,” February will focus on “Trakehners and Turning Combinations,” and March will be “Rolling Terrain and Narrows.” No matter what your level, there will be opportunities for everyone to school and improve. The water jump will always be filled and open to ride, as will the ditches, steps and straight-forward galloping fences.
Southern Eighths is located in the middle of USEA Areas II and III on the North and South Carolina border, truly in the Heart of the Carolinas.
Prices are reasonable and day or weekend packages are available and can include a stall, RV spots and schooling day(s). Southern Eighths will also provide a list of local accommodations and restaurants.
Also, mark your calendar now for the second annual So8ths/Nikon Three-Day (recognized) Event, which will take place May 3-6, 2012 for a fun Eventing weekend.
For more information about Southern Eighths Farm Open Schooling or any other activities at the Farm, call Barn Manager Bev Warner at 203-903-7862 or email Bev at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Details are also available on the web site: www.so8ths.com or by taking a video tour on YouTube at: http://www.youtube.com/user/So8ths. Be sure to like So8ths on Facebook: http://tinyurl.com/So8thsFacebook or check out photos from last year’s recognized event at www.tinyurl.com/presslink-so8ths.