QRF 2021 Winter Derby & XC Schooling Event

***UPDATED February 9, 2021***  In order to accommodate a schedule change due to dangerous weather, QRF has agreed to move the 2021 Winter Derby to February 28, 2021.

Join us for the 2021 Quail Run Farm Winter Derby to be held on Sunday, February 28, 2021.  The Derby format consists of a Dressage Test followed by a show jumping round then immediately proceed to the cross country course.  Scoring is based on USEA combined test rules.  Entry listed “Combined Test” as the competition type however it is a Derby with cross country jumping.

Cross Country schooling available Saturday, February 27, 2021 with pre-registration REQUIRED whether you are competing in the Derby or not.

18 inches to Training heights offered.  Ribbons awarded through 6th Place, divisions will be combined according to entries, for each competition height.  This is an open schooling show for Adult Amateurs, Junior/Young Riders and Trainers/Professionals.

Height & Tests Offered:

Intro (up to 18 inches, known to QRF as TADPOLE) – Dressage USDF 2019 Intro Test B

Jumpstart (2’) – Dressage USEF BN Test A 2018 (If you wish to compete in this division, please enter as Starter then send an email to Pearl@Pearlsoffice.com and we will adjust your division.)

Starter (2’3″, known to QRF as Pre-BN) – Dressage USEF BN Test A 2018
Beginner Novice (2’7″) – Dressage BN Test A 2018
Novice (2’11”) – Dressage USEF Novice Test A 2018
Training (3’3″) – Dressage USEF Training Test A 2018

COVID-19 restrictions mandated.  Social Distancing required at all times.  Masks will be worn except when mounted.  STAY SAFE!  Please bring your own refreshments.

Go to Pearl’s Office to enter the Quail Run Farm 2021 Winter Derby and Cross Country Schooling Event.  Registration is open and will close February 20th or earlier if full.

Mary D’Arcy Clinic

The Mary D’Arcy Clinic was an enormous success! In spite of several last minute cancellations we were able to fill the clinic from the wait list.

Every rider made amazing progress. Mary has an innate ability to understand every horse and riders’ needs and problems and is able to address them tactfully and effectively instilling confidence in both horse and rider.

Riders left on a high wanting another clinic ASAP. We are hoping that Mary can fit us into her busy schedule a little later in the year.

Thank you Mary and to all her students who attended her Annual January Clinic last weekend at Quail Run!

Jan and Peter