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  • We had an amazing time at Eventful Acres, great weather, great riding and great team spirit! Go Team SVT! Check out our Skye Valley Facebook album                    

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  • “If things don’t come easy, there is no premium on effort. There should be joy in the chase, zest in the pursuit.” Branch Rickey  Congratulations to Ellen Garavatti and Rockstar IV! 1st place for them in Senior Beginner Novice even though Ellen was riding with a broken toe! Skye...

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  • We enjoyed our annual trip out to Bridlewood Equestrian to participate in their dressage show.  Our horses and riders had successful showings.  

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  • Congratulations to Skye Valley Training’s riders who competed at the Yarra Yarra Dressage Show.  Our young riders, Madison Paulsen, Ainsley Faraday and Kayla Norman all had successful rides.  Ainsley and Madison successfully showed at 1st level and Kayla took her young horse out on his first show outing!  Jennie...

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  • Happy New Year!  All of us at SVT can’t wait to see what our clients and horses achieve in the year 2012.  Last year was filled with many exciting events and changes.  We hope everyone has a happy and healthy 2012!

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2015 – 2016  IEA Team

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Middle School and High School Teams – Flat and Jump divisions

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Eventing could be termed an "equestrian triathlon."
It involves working with a horse both on the flat and over fences. The three phases are: dressage, endurance (or cross-country), and show jumping.


Dressage is a French term meaning “training”
and its purpose is to develop the horse’s natural athletic ability and willingness to work making him calm, supple and attentive to his rider.

Hunter Jumper

A show jumper must have the scope and courage to jump large fences as well as the athletic ability to handle the sharp turns and bursts of speed necessary to navigate the most difficult courses.