Updated June 23, 2019
We are looking forward to our 22nd annual Inavale Farm Horse Trials, June 28-30th, 2019.
The Inavale Farm Horse Trials is the only USEA recognized competition in Oregon. The cross country course covers about 60 acres of rolling hills, open fields and forested trails. We have 2 water complexes and multiple bank complexes. …
Thursday – 3:00 Cross country courses open for walking
Friday 8:00 am- all levels of dressage in three arenas, until approximately 6:00;
Intro SJ 4:00 in the sand arena
Saturday 9:00 am – Training , Intermediate, Preliminary, Intro Cross Country, until approximately 3:30 pm
Saturday 8:30 – Novice show Jumping on the grass
Saturday 2:30 – Beginner Novice show jumping on the grass
Saturday 5:00 pm Area VII Adult Riders Happy Hour
Saturday 5:30 pm Volunteer/Competitors Dinner – please purchase tickets with entry
Volunteer/Competitors Dinner is smoked chicken/Vegetarian option: Falafel, Homemade Mac & Cheese, Salad with dressing, Strawberry shortcake, Pink lemonade, Iced Tea and Water
Sunday 8:30 am – Intermediate, Preliminary and Training Show Jumping on the grass, until approximately 2:00 pm
Sunday 8:30 am – Novice and Beginner Novice Cross Country until approximately 3:00
Check score board at the show for official times
We are looking forward to our 22nd annual horse trials. We will be running six levels of competition, Intro through Intermediate. Thank you to everyone that has supported this event and helped us along the way. Spectators are welcome on all days of competition, and handicapped spectators will be allowed to drive their cars (with escort) to an appropriate viewing area. Concessions are available on the grounds all weekend. You may bring your well behaved dog if he stays on a leash.
Thank you to our local community for their support provided by Gallops Saddlery, Toklat Originals, Kerrits Equestrian Apparel, Stubben Northwest, Town and Country Veterinary Hospital, KRKT, Steve Storm Photography, Custom Saddlery, Wilco Farm Stores and many others. Please support all of these businesses and take a moment to thank them for their contribution.
The cross country courses cover most of the property including 2 ponds, forested trails and open fields with rolling hills. The forested trails have stone dust on them for all weather riding and the fields are mechanically aerovated to create a soft, well established turf.
This event could not be done with out the dedication and hard work of so many volunteers. Typically we exceed 150 volunteers for the weekend of activities. We are grateful for everyone that volunteers their time to make this event possible. There are many opportunities before and during the event where volunteers are needed. If you have some time available and would like to join us in the production, send us an email and see what there is to be done. However, if you wait till the day of the show to offer your services we may not have the job you have in mind available, please contact us in advance if you are interested.
contact our volunteer coordinator to volunteer at the event.
Spectators are welcome to watch the event, and there is no charge for admission. Concessions and vendors are available at the show. Be prepared for lots of walking in open fields and forests if you would like to see the entire cross country course. There is designated spectator parking; please pick up a show program at the secretaries tent with more detailed information about the show .
Disabled and individuals with limited mobility are allowed to drive closer to the activities but for safety reasons you may be limited when you can move vehicles around and where you have access to. Please check in with the sectretary’s tent and wait for an escort to assist in parking.
Also visit our show photographer, Steve Storm’s site for many more photos from our shows.