Sat, Jun 15 | Wethersfield Estate

Hunter Pace Registration

Join Friends of Wethersfield at Community Day for a hunt or hilltop through 5 miles of the breathtaking trails at Wethersfield.
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Hunter Pace Registration

Time & Location

Jun 15, 2019, 8:00 AM
Wethersfield Estate, 257 Pugsley Hill Rd, Amenia, NY 12501, USA

About the Event

Join us for a hunt or hilltop through 5 miles of the breathtaking trails at Wethersfield. All jumps have go arounds.

Complimentary picnic lunch is included for registered riders.

Requirements:

A signed Wethersfield Foundation, Inc. Release Agreement is required for all riders. Please download it from the main Community Day page, sign it, and email it to info@wethersfield.org or bring it with you to the event.

All riders must check in with registration prior to starting their ride to receive their lunch ticket and to confirm all necessary paperwork is completed. Riders under 18 must have a signature from a parent or legal guardian. You must provide proof of negative coggins within the last 2 years on June 15th at the registration desk at the time of check in. Safety helmets are mandatory when mounted. Ample parking is available. Bring water for your horse(s) as water is not available nearby the trailer parking. Absolutely no dogs are allowed on or off leashes, please!

*Cubbing attire (hacking jacket with collared shirt and tie/stock tie) is requested but not required.

**Please note that pre-registration is not required but is strongly recommended.

Schedule of Events:

The first team will be out at 8:30 am and the last team will be out at 11:30 am. Teams of up to three will go out on a first-come, first-served basis. There are no set start times. Teams can be of mixed disciplines and ages, but there must be no more than 3 riders per team. There will be a photo jump. Ribbons will be awarded for winners one through six. Prizes will be presented for best turned out rider and best turned out team.

Discover some of the magnificent trails which are home to the Millbrook Hunt, and which Chauncey Stillman, who developed Wethersfield Estate in 1937, insured his beloved community would be able to enjoy long after his death. Following your ride, join Friends of Wethersfield under the tent on the great lawn for a picnic lunch by The Farmer’s Wife. During lunch, enjoy the Parading of the Millbrook Hunt Hounds at 12:45. From 1:30 until 5:00 take a leisurely stroll and self-guided tour through the three-acre formal garden, view the fine art collection in the Main House and visit the Carriage House Museum.