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Allison is based in Upperville, Virginia for the majority of the year and in Aiken, South Carolina during the winter months. Throughout the year, riders are welcome to trailer in for lessons. And Allison accepts horses in training as well as sales horses. Please contact Allison for information about scheduling lessons in Virginia or South Carolina, training your horse, or scheduling a clinic at your farm. To learn more about training with Allison: https://allisonspringer.com/lessons-training-clinics/  
ETB Equine Construction, LLC (ETB), based in Scottsville, VA specializes in building attractive and safe cross-country obstacles and stadium jumps and providing the best in course design and management.
Home of international three-day event, Jersey Fresh.
The storied tradition of Eventing at iconic Fair Hill continues with the inaugural Maryland 5 Star to be held in October at the newly constructed Fair Hill Special Event Zone in Elkton, Maryland (Cecil County). One of only two 5 Star events in the United States, and seventh worldwide, the prestigious 5 Star (CCI5*) designation is the pinnacle of the sport of Eventing, best described as an equestrian triathlon. The Maryland 5 Star at Fair Hill marks a new chapter for the State of Maryland’s rich horse and equestrian tradition. The event will showcase four days of competition in Dressage, Cross-Country and Show Jumping.
We have two areas available for cross country schooling, the XC hill and the XC infield (located inside the training track). Eric Bull, of ETB Equine Construction, has built a number of our portables and the water complex, ditches, and banks. We have also acquired cross country fences from Surefire Farm and Richter X-Country Designs. The XC hill and the XC infield have portables ranging from Intro-Training level. The water complex, located on the hill, offers endless training opportunities through the preliminary level. Cross country schooling is available by appointment any day of the week.

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Kate Schneider and Private Biggs, Photo credits to Adam Schneider

 

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