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5525 Lyons Road
Garland, TX, 75043
United States

214-935-3539

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Shows and Events

Information about upcoming shows, schoolings, and events. Select a date to see pricing; prices in parentheses are estimates. A valid credit card is required to apply to ride or groom, but will not be charged until the application is approved by a trainer. Grooms attend with trainers and riders, and get a hands-on, behind the scenes experience at shows and events. All students are welcome to attend as spectators!

Jun
8
to Jun 9

NTHJC Club Show

This is a Club Show - only NTHJC members may compete.

This is a 2 day Hunter/Jumper Show. Divisions may or may not be split over both days. Students may still enter classes and attend only one day if they choose. Applications will not be approved until final class list is released by the venue.

Offering classes in Hunters and Jumpers, members earn points and may compete for year end awards, as well as scholarships. Tall boots and jackets are required, and may be rented from the barn if available. Classes are generally appropriate for Green Level and higher.

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Jun
22
to Jun 23

NTHJC Treeline

Jumpers- Saturday

Hunters- Sunday

Offering classes in Hunters and Jumpers, members earn points and may compete for year end awards, as well as scholarships. Tall boots and jackets are required, and may be rented from the barn if available. Classes are generally appropriate for Green Level and higher.

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Jul
13
to Jul 14

NTHJC Red Hawk

This is a 2 day Hunter/Jumper Show. Divisions may or may not be split over both days. Students may still enter classes and attend only one day if they choose. Applications will not be approved until final class list is released by the venue.

Offering classes in Hunters and Jumpers, members earn points and may compete for year end awards, as well as scholarships. Tall boots and jackets are required, and may be rented from the barn if available. Classes are generally appropriate for Green Level and higher.

Click the event name to apply.

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Jul
20
to Jul 21

NTHJC Texas Rose

This is a 2 day Hunter/Jumper Show. Divisions may or may not be split over both days. Students may still enter classes and attend only one day if they choose. Applications will not be approved until final class list is released by the venue.

Offering classes in Hunters and Jumpers, members earn points and may compete for year end awards, as well as scholarships. Tall boots and jackets are required, and may be rented from the barn if available. Classes are generally appropriate for Green Level and higher.

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Aug
17
9:00 AM09:00

Quail Run Farm Schooling

Students may attend cross country schoolings regardless of intent to compete. Students intending to compete in an event must attend the schooling prior to their event. Protective vests and medical armbands are required. With a minimum jump height of 12”, this schooling is generally appropriate for Yellow Level and higher.

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Aug
25
9:00 AM09:00

NTHJC Merriwood

Offering classes in Hunters and Jumpers, members earn points and may compete for year end awards, as well as scholarships. Tall boots and jackets are required, and may be rented from the barn if available. Classes are generally appropriate for Green Level and higher.

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Sep
6
to Sep 8

Meadowcreek Park Fall Social

Divisions: Starter, Beginner Novice, Novice

This is a USEA Recognized Event. Memberships are required to compete above Starter division. Tall boots, jackets, protective vests, pinny holders, and armbands are required. Events are generally appropriate for Red Level and higher.

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Sep
14
9:00 AM09:00

NTEC Show

A good start for students, this circuit does not require formal show attire. Offering flat classes and 18” crossrails, competitors can earn points to compete for year end awards. Year end high point is also available for Walk/Trot students under 13. Classes are generally appropriate for Green through Yellow Level.

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Sep
15
9:00 AM09:00

NTHJC Prospering Farms

Offering classes in Hunters and Jumpers, members earn points and may compete for year end awards, as well as scholarships. Tall boots and jackets are required, and may be rented from the barn if available. Classes are generally appropriate for Green Level and higher.

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Sep
21
to Sep 22

NTHJC Hidden Lake

Jumpers- Saturday

Hunters- Sunday

Offering classes in Hunters and Jumpers, members earn points and may compete for year end awards, as well as scholarships. Tall boots and jackets are required, and may be rented from the barn if available. Classes are generally appropriate for Green Level and higher.

Click the event name to apply.

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Sep
28
to Sep 29

NTHJC Valhalla

This is a 2 day Hunter/Jumper Show. Divisions may or may not be split over both days. Students may still enter classes and attend only one day if they choose. Applications will not be approved until final class list is released by the venue.

Offering classes in Hunters and Jumpers, members earn points and may compete for year end awards, as well as scholarships. Tall boots and jackets are required, and may be rented from the barn if available. Classes are generally appropriate for Green Level and higher.

Click the event name to apply.

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Oct
12
to Oct 13

NTHJC Fieldstone

This is a 2 day Hunter/Jumper Show. Divisions may or may not be split over both days. Students may still enter classes and attend only one day if they choose. Applications will not be approved until final class list is released by the venue.

Offering classes in Hunters and Jumpers, members earn points and may compete for year end awards, as well as scholarships. Tall boots and jackets are required, and may be rented from the barn if available. Classes are generally appropriate for Green Level and higher.

Click the event name to apply.

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Oct
12
9:00 AM09:00

NTEC Show

ALTERNATE SHOW. Students may still apply, however, in case of NTHJC attendance, all applications will be denied.

A good start for students, this circuit does not require formal show attire. Offering flat classes and 18” crossrails, competitors can earn points to compete for year end awards. Year end high point is also available for Walk/Trot students under 13. Classes are generally appropriate for Green through Yellow Level.

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Oct
19
9:00 AM09:00

Quail Run Farm Schooling

Students may attend cross country schoolings regardless of intent to compete. Students intending to compete in an event must attend the schooling prior to their event. Protective vests and medical armbands are required. With a minimum jump height of 12”, this schooling is generally appropriate for Yellow Level and higher.

Click the event name to apply.

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Oct
19
to Oct 20

NTHJC Texas Rose

ALTERNATE SHOW. Students may still apply, however, in case of horse trial attendance, all applications will be denied.

This is a 2 day Hunter/Jumper Show. Divisions may or may not be split over both days. Students may still enter classes and attend only one day if they choose. Applications will not be approved until final class list is released by the venue.

Offering classes in Hunters and Jumpers, members earn points and may compete for year end awards, as well as scholarships. Tall boots and jackets are required, and may be rented from the barn if available. Classes are generally appropriate for Green Level and higher.

Click the event name to apply.

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Nov
8
to Nov 10

Texas Rose Fall Horse Trial

Divisions: Intro, Beginner Novice, Novice

This is a USEA Recognized Event. Memberships are required to compete above Intro division. Tall boots, jackets, protective vests, pinny holder, and armbands are required. Events are generally appropriate for Red Level and higher.

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Nov
9
9:00 AM09:00

NTEC Show

ALTERNATE SHOW. Students may still apply, however, in case of horse trial attendance, all applications will be denied.

A good start for students, this circuit does not require formal show attire. Offering flat classes and 18” crossrails, competitors can earn points to compete for year end awards. Year end high point is also available for Walk/Trot students under 13. Classes are generally appropriate for Green through Yellow Level.

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Nov
15
to Nov 17

NTHJC Year End Club Show

This is a Club Show - only NTHJC members may compete.

This is a 3 day Hunter/Jumper Show. Divisions may or may not be split over both days. Students may still enter classes and attend only one day if they choose. Applications will not be approved until final class list is released by the venue.

Offering classes in Hunters and Jumpers, members earn points and may compete for year end awards, as well as scholarships. Tall boots and jackets are required, and may be rented from the barn if available. Classes are generally appropriate for Green Level and higher.

Click the event name to apply.

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May
18
9:00 AM09:00

NTEC Show

A good start for students, this circuit does not require formal show attire. Offering flat classes and 18” crossrails, competitors can earn points to compete for year end awards. Year end high point is also available for Walk/Trot students under 13. Classes are generally appropriate for Green through Yellow Level.

Click the event name to apply.

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May
11
to May 12

NTHJC Valhalla

ALTERNATE SHOW. Students may still apply, however, in case of horse trial attendance, all applications will be denied.

This is a 2 day Hunter/Jumper Show. Divisions may or may not be split over both days. Students may still enter classes and attend only one day if they choose. Applications will not be approved until final class list is released by the venue.

Offering classes in Hunters and Jumpers, members earn points and may compete for year end awards, as well as scholarships. Tall boots and jackets are required, and may be rented from the barn if available. Classes are generally appropriate for Green Level and higher.

Click the event name to apply.

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May
10
to May 12

Texas Rose Summer Horse Trial

Divisions: Intro, Beginner Novice, Novice

This is a large, internationally recognized event. Grounds open Thursday; competition starts Friday. Student appropriate divisions will be held Saturday/Sunday. Memberships are required to compete above Intro division. Tall boots, jackets, protective vests, pinny holder, and armbands are required. Events are generally appropriate for Red Level and higher.

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Apr
27
to Apr 28

NTHJC Fieldstone

This is a 2 day Hunter/Jumper Show. Divisions may or may not be split over both days. Students may still enter classes and attend only one day if they choose. Applications will not be approved until final class list is released by the venue.

Offering classes in Hunters and Jumpers, members earn points and may compete for year end awards, as well as scholarships. Tall boots and jackets are required, and may be rented from the barn if available. Classes are generally appropriate for Green Level and higher.

Click the event name to apply.

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Apr
14
9:00 AM09:00

NTHJC Prospering Farms

Offering classes in Hunters and Jumpers, members earn points and may compete for year end awards, as well as scholarships. Tall boots and jackets are required, and may be rented from the barn if available. Classes are generally appropriate for Green Level and higher.

Click the event name to apply.

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Apr
13
9:00 AM09:00

NTEC Show

A good start for students, this circuit does not require formal show attire. Offering flat classes and 18” crossrails, competitors can earn points to compete for year end awards. Year end high point is also available for Walk/Trot students under 13. Classes are generally appropriate for Green through Yellow Level.

Click the event name to apply.

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Apr
6
9:00 AM09:00

Quail Run Farm Schooling

Students may attend cross country schoolings regardless of intent to compete. Students intending to compete in an event must attend the schooling prior to their event. Protective vests and medical armbands are required. With a minimum jump height of 12”, this schooling is generally appropriate for Yellow Level and higher.

Click the event name to apply.

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Apr
6
to Apr 7

NTHJC Hidden Lake

ALTERNATE SHOW. Students may still apply, however, in case of horse trial attendance, all applications will be denied.

Jumpers- Saturday

Hunters- Sunday

Offering classes in Hunters and Jumpers, members earn points and may compete for year end awards, as well as scholarships. Tall boots and jackets are required, and may be rented from the barn if available. Classes are generally appropriate for Green Level and higher.

Click the event name to apply.

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Mar
29
to Mar 31

Texas Rose Spring Horse Trial

Divisions: Intro, Beginner Novice, Novice

This is a USEA Recognized Event. Memberships are required to compete above Intro division. Tall boots, jackets, protective vests, pinny holder, and armbands are required. Events are generally appropriate for Red Level and higher.

Click the event name to apply.

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Mar
23
to Mar 24

NTHJC Red Hawk

This is a 2 day Hunter/Jumper Show. Divisions may or may not be split over both days. Students may still enter classes and attend only one day if they choose. Applications will not be approved until final class list is released by the venue.

Offering classes in Hunters and Jumpers, members earn points and may compete for year end awards, as well as scholarships. Tall boots and jackets are required, and may be rented from the barn if available. Classes are generally appropriate for Green Level and higher.

Click the event name to apply.

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Mar
15
to Mar 17

Meadowcreek Park Spring Social

Divisions: Starter, Beginner Novice, Novice

This is a USEA Recognized Event. Memberships are required to compete above Starter division. Tall boots, jackets, protective vests, pinny holders, and armbands are required. Events are generally appropriate for Red Level and higher.

Click the event name to apply.

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Mar
9
to Mar 10

NTHJC Treeline

Jumpers- Saturday

Hunters- Sunday

Offering classes in Hunters and Jumpers, members earn points and may compete for year end awards, as well as scholarships. Tall boots and jackets are required, and may be rented from the barn if available. Classes are generally appropriate for Green Level and higher.

Click the event name to apply.

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Mar
9
9:00 AM09:00

NTEC Show

ALTERNATE SHOW. Students may still apply, however, in case of NTHJC attendance, all applications will be denied.

A good start for students, this circuit does not require formal show attire. Offering flat classes and 18” crossrails, competitors can earn points to compete for year end awards. Year end high point is also available for Walk/Trot students under 13. Classes are generally appropriate for Green through Yellow Level.

Click the event name to apply.

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Mar
3
9:00 AM09:00

Quail Run Farm Derby

The Quail Run Farm Derby will include a dressage test, show jumping, and 4-7 cross country fences that will not include banks or the water complex. Protective vests and medical armbands are required. With a minimum jump height of 12”, this event is generally appropriate for Yellow Level and higher.

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Mar
2
9:00 AM09:00

Quail Run Farm Schooling

Students may attend cross country schoolings regardless of intent to compete. Students intending to compete in an event must attend the schooling prior to their event. Protective vests and medical armbands are required. With a minimum jump height of 12”, this schooling is generally appropriate for Yellow Level and higher.

Click the event name to apply.

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Feb
23
to Feb 24

NTHJC Benefit Club Show

This is a Club Show - only NTHJC members may compete.

This is a 2 day Hunter/Jumper Show. Divisions may or may not be split over both days. Students may still enter classes and attend only one day if they choose. Applications will not be approved until final class list is released by the venue.

Offering classes in Hunters and Jumpers, members earn points and may compete for year end awards, as well as scholarships. Tall boots and jackets are required, and may be rented from the barn if available. Classes are generally appropriate for Green Level and higher.

Click the event name to apply.

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Jan
27
9:00 AM09:00

Marvin Savage Farm Schooling

Students may attend cross country schoolings regardless of intent to compete. Students intending to compete in an event must attend the schooling prior to their event. Protective vests and medical armbands are required. This schooling is generally appropriate for Red Level and higher.

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