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  1. #1
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    Default N.Va - stadium schooling/low key hunter shows

    Do you have any recommendations for low key hunter shows or 'public' venues (frying pan?) that allow stadium schooling in the n.va/md area? Would like to get my greenie out and about before doing a CT in October.

    Thanks!



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    Rubicon has midweek (I think Tuesday?) night jumper shows. Lots of different levels, but mostly pretty small (Prelim and under), inexpensive, and good courses and footing.



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    Thanks! Anything else?

    Appreciate it.



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    Default Schooling Shows

    Banbury Cross Farm (Middleburg) also has tuesday evening schooling shows (jumping) - very low key; starting at 4pm. Summerplace Farm (The Plains) has one more thursday evening schooling hunter show (really lovely footing and jumps) next week - also starts at 4pm.



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    In addition to the Banbury Cross (and Rubicon) Tuesday night jumper schooling shows, Surefire Farm also has a jumper schooling show this upcoming Wednesday--BN through P (or I--though doubtful many people jumping I heights will be there ) I believe most of these shows start at 4:00 or 4:30, but check their websites. (I will be at the BC show tomorrow with a greenie, and also one of my students...)
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