Come join us for a riding clinic with Stephen Hayes on Sunday, June 16th from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm. There is only one spot left available at 11:00 am that day. You have the option to Ride or Audit. Lunch is included for all participants.
To Ride: $150
To Audit: $50
To secure your spot in the Clinic, contact Lee Dillon at (973) 617-7744.
Stephen Hayes is a British dressage rider and skilled clinician who comes regularly to the CEC barn once a month.
Stephen Hayes hosts clinics worldwide and has trained with many Olympic riders, including Beatrice Ferrer Salat, Spanish Team Rider for many Olympics, along with Carl Hester who trained GB Olympic team rider Vicki Thompson Winfield. Stephen has also cliniced with many other fantastic Olympic judges such as Stephen Clarke, Linder Zang, and Christoph Hess.
Stephen has competed through to FEI level and has also been part of the training of many World Cup, World Games, and Olympic qualifying horses.
Stephen’s clinics throughout the world boast effective and positive training methods throughout Europe, USA, Australia, New Zealand and more!
It was a spooky time at Corinthian Equestrian Center on Friday for boarders, students, and their families. CEC’s first Halloween Party was a great shindig with good eats, games, and costumes. All of the costumes were handmade by the CEC’s students and everyone looked fabulous while having loads of fun. The horses got to bob for apples, while the adults enjoyed the food and facilities. Games of Pass The Hot Gourd and Musical Stalls were a big hit.
When the darkness descended the kids were playing Manhunt in and around the stable while the adults enjoyed the conversation and drinks in the lounge.
CEC’s first annual Halloween Party was a scary success! Check out the Event Gallery for more images!
The Headless Horsman (aka owner Lee Dillon) and Eagle will be terrorizing the Village of Warwick downtown this Friday, October 27th from 5:00 to 7:00 pm, then they’re off to the Haunted House near the Warwick Inn to scare the kids.
Corinthian’s Armani and his owner, Lee Dillon had a number of fantastic rides at the Garden State Preview Horse Show on Sunday, April 30th. Armani and Lee were the Champion team in the Puddle Jumper (2’6″) Division!
The Garden State Preview is only their second jumper show together. Lee has been working with Armani for a number of months now and more recently with CEC’s resident hunter/jumper trainer, Ken Okken.
Armani is responsive and very fast (he’s a speed demon), particularly in the power speed round, working the first eight fences clean and quick before hitting fence number nine where his fast button goes to supersonic!
Check out the video of their power speed round below.
Team Corinthian had a fabulous time participating in the Hunter Pace at the Windy Hollow Hunt on Sunday, April 23rd!
A Hunter Pace is a low-key cross-country riding competition evolved from Fox Hunting. The Hunter Pace simulates the Fox Hunt with a set course throughout the countryside and participants have the opportunity to enjoy open fields and woodlands, often on private properties, throughout the day.
Corinthian’s Hunter Pace Team of Kelly Hamling riding Corinthian’s Wildcard (Carder), Julia Roy MacDonald riding Corinthian’s Crimson Hunt (Handsome), and Lee Dillon riding Corinthian’s Armani took first place in the Novice Division.
The next Windy Hollow Hunt, Hunter Pace is scheduled for Sunday, May 14th to start at Corinthian’s Jessup Road Farm. More information about the Pace can be found at Windy Hollow Hunt.
The next upcoming event is the Garden State Preview Horse Show, April 29th to 30th at the Sussex County Fairgrounds in Augusta, New Jersey. Ken Okken, Corinthian’s resident Hunter and Jumper Trainer is the assistant manager for the show and has designed all of the courses. Lee Dillon, CEC’s owner will be riding Handsome in the hunter division on Saturday and Armani in the jumper division on Sunday. Come spend the weekend at the show!