Horse show at Touchstone Farm on July 26
Touchstone Farm invites riders to the farm on July 26 to ride in the first show of the summer. Judges will be Jennifer Bradley and Frank Bassett. The line-up of classes offers choices for novice to advance riders, including: Lead Line, Walk Trot, and Walk Trot Canter classes; Hunter Pleasure and Equitation classes; NH Hunter Jumper Assn. classes; and Downeast Medal classes.
Ribbons and prizes will be awarded. Classes begin at 9 a.m., with warm-ups available at 7:30. The full list of classes and the registration form are available at www.touchstone-farm.org/horse-shows. Registration by July 25 is encouraged. The farm has ample parking, and the event will go on rain or shine. Elliott’s Place, owned by Mike & Cindi Connolly of Temple, is providing concessions. Breakfast, lunch, drinks, and Connolly’s ice cream will be available for purchase. For more information, contact Kris Young at firstname.lastname@example.org or 654-6308.
Touchstone Farm, home of Horse Power and Pony Farm, is a non-profit educational and therapeutic organization that fosters a community of belonging for people of all ages, abilities and backgrounds. Touchstone Farm offers a rich and challenging variety of experiences, which includes summer camps, able-bodied and therapeutic horseback riding and carriage driving lessons, an instructor training school, and equine-related specialty weekends. Grounded in a sense of place, mutual respect and well- being, our 28-acre farm is a sanctuary that nurtures connections, cooperation, self-confidence, and personal growth.