Paso Robles Horse Park, recently named the top equestrian venue in California and third show jumping venue in all of North America, purposes themselves to reach the heart of the exhibitor. Reaching the heart of the exhibitor means creating a fun and competitive environment for the top-level rider as well as the schooling show rider. Sharon Jantzen catches up with Amanda Diefenderfer, Park Director to discuss how Paso Robles Horse Park creates a family-friendly fun show atmosphere.
Horse lovers from six to one hundred and six, with all levels of experience, even those who have never met a horse, are encouraged to attend the first-ever Back to School Bash at the Paso Robles Horse Park on August 10 & 11, 2018. Sharon Jantzen get us excited about this fun horse community activity.
Little Riders program participants joined in on the fundraising day through handing out ribbons, experiencing a “course walk,” and meeting the horses and riders participating in the show. All this was planned to get the Little Riders kids involved in the show. Sharon Jantzen interviews Amanda Diefenderfer, Paso Robles Horse Park Director, regarding their successful, recent fundraiser.
The biggest Dressage show ever held on the Central Coast was enjoyed by the riders, the volunteers, the judges and the vendors. The Paso Robles Dressage Summer Classic held June 9-11, 2017 at the Paso Robles Horse Park had over 150 horses competing. On top of being a triple rated *** national show (CDS, USDF, USEF) it was also a Small Tour dressage competition which is governed by the FEI (Federation Equestre Internationale). Sharon Jantzen reports on this successful event.
Set on 67 picturesque acres just off of Airport Road, the Paso Robles Horse Park – which puts SLO County on the map in the wider circles of the equestrian world – blends seamlessly with the Paso Robles landscape. Come take a tour with Sarah Williams.