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The Maryland Horse Trials and Loch Moy Farm suggests all riders choose ICP-certified instructors. Following are some links to help!
ICP-certified Instructors listed by level of certificate
ICP-certified instructors listed by USEA Area
If you'd like to know more about the substance of the ICP program, please go to this link. It describes our Workshops, Assessments, and Continuing Education.
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Gallop Track at Loch Moy - Measured Course in Meters and 1/10ths mile. View on Coursewalk.com
Our cross country schooling course is open for schooling, by appointment. We have many elementary and beginner novice jumps, in addition to novice, training and preliminary, as well as intermediate portables. Please call 301-514-0111 to reserve a time and day.
Ground conditions sometimes dictate the use of studs. We strongly suggest you bring them along and check footing prior to beginning your schooling.
The COMPETITION COURSE will be CLOSED for schooling until after the July CCI-S 1*2*3* events.
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Call 301-514-0111 to make an appointment to XC school:
Gallop Track w/ Sleeping Fox Farm’s Arsinoe
Current IRP Point Standings
UPDATE MAY 8, 2020:
The May 13, May Starter Trial, and June 3 Twilight Events are CANCELLED. Other events are tentative, pending guidance from the State of Maryland.
May/June Events - Entries to open/dates announced when we are greenlit to run.
For May and June events (dates TBA), we will be testing new COVID-19 procedures in accordance with state and local guidelines. We will update these as more information becomes available. Once these procedures are in place, all persons entering the property will be required to comply. If you do not comply, you will be asked to leave the property and forfeit any entry fees. The success of these procedures impacts not only our events but horse sports across the State of Maryland.
We are planning a Twilight Eventing Combined Test with added cross country schooling on the schooling course. Our utmost concern is a manageable event that ensures the safety of our volunteers, staff, and competitors.
If you have a voucher from the cancelled starter trials, you will have a priority early-entry opportunity for the May/June events before they are posted publicly. Vouchers for the March and April starter trials have been mailed out. If you entered and paid for the March or April Starter Trial and you did not receive a voucher or if we've missed something, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will post an updated schedule of Twilight, Starter and FEH/YEH/NEH events once the state has a plan to "re-open." A mid-week starter trial in August is still a possibility, and would count for the year-end championships we hope to run in November.
If you are looking to school at Loch Moy Farm, at this time we are OPEN. You MUST make an appointment; please call/text Carolyn at 301-514-0111.
We are really looking forward to seeing everyone again in the near future!
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Social Distancing? Socially Distant? Loch Moy Farm is open for schooling of all disciplines! We have a derby course and grass cross country course, a stadium course, and two dressage arenas (standard and small), a gallop track and riding trails.