Welcome to the new year! We hope that you’ve fully recovered from all of the holiday partying and have started 2013 off with, if not a bang, then at least on a good foot (or hoof!).

We have a lot of exciting things planned for the upcoming year and would like to go ahead and share some of them.

2013 Show Season


There’s a variety of dates and locations to choose from on the Show Calendar.

For those of you interested in taking a turn about the show ring (maybe even multiple times), the 2013 show schedule has been posted on our website. You can find it on the menu underneath 2013 Calendars –> Show Schedule or by clicking here.

From away shows, to home shows, to Farm shows, we have a plan and a date to meet the showing needs for riders of all levels. And if you don’t feel like you’re ready to show now–well, a lot can happen in a year. 

Events Calendar


Trinity Farm is a happening place! Be sure to keep abreast of upcoming events by checking out the event calendar.

One new feature on our website this year is our Events Calendar. You can find it on the menu underneath 2013 Calendars –> Event Schedule or by clicking here

Camps, Horsemanship Club Meetings, holiday get togethers, etc, will be put up on the events calendar page. When we know an event is coming down the pipeline, we’ll put it up as soon as possible. This page will be updated frequently, so be sure to check it often! 

Summer Camp & Registration


Summer camp is right around the corner! Reserve your spot now!

We are pleased to announce that we will be offering four, week-long camps during the summer months beginning in June. Registration is already open and available for those who want to ensure their child’s spot now.

Camp is $375* per week for riders of all levels, with before and after care available. Camp activities will include horsemanship and riding lessons, water activities, and arts and crafts.

Multi-child and referral discounts are available.

For more information, or to register, check out our camp page.

*Additional fees apply to those who require one-on-one assistance. 

Stay Connected

Some times, the pace at the barn shifts to warp speed. When changes (whether planned or unplanned) happen that you need to know about, such as inclement weather, riding conditions, farrier visits, etc, we’d like to make sure you stay updated. To do so, please make certain that we have a valid email address on file for all riders in our lesson program (for anyone under the age of 18, a guardian or parent’s email address is a must) and all boarders.

Here’s to a wonderful, productive year, no matter what your resolutions or goals are. Happy riding!