Sunny Skies and Friendly Folks at Fallbrook Riders Field’s First North County Dressage Schooling Show, March 10th

After weeks of serious rain, Fallbrook Riders Field was literally forced to move its inaugural North County Dressage Schooling Show, originally scheduled for March 3, to the following Sunday, March 10. Luckily, L Judge Kristie Bigham was able to judge that day as well. The wait proved to be worth it as the arenas had time to dry out and then worked up beautifully, the sun shone and the riders beamed! Competitors, their support crews, show volunteers as well as the
judge enjoyed the positive vibe.

Fallbrook Riders Field is a members only club run entirely by the love and volunteer efforts of its membership. “Having a fun and relaxing venue where people can be comfortable showing is important to us,” stated FRF president Virginia Moeller. Part of the mission of FRF is to support educational efforts of the equestrian community, especially its youth. This mission is fulfilled by providing a home to Fallbrook Pony Club which meets weekly at the field.

When one of the Fallbrook Pony Clubbers, Devon Davis, showed her talented OTTB Aero in Training Level for the first time at this March 10 show, FRF members and family were there to support her. All were excited when she was awarded 65% in Training Level 2. For Fallbrook Riders Field, this mutually enjoyed success is what the club is all about. Fallbrook Riders Field will have its second NCDS Show on April 7 with judge Donna Weinberg and invites your participation! Come enjoy the fun.