You are invited to Wood's Lane Farm! In addition to our quality breeding stock, we host high-quality clinics and events in our new indoor facility. Both arenas have custom footing by Attwood Equestrian Surfaces.
If you have any questions, please call us at 301-829-6354 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Congratulations to Lynn Roberts' Reflecktion's Rio (Regazzoni), who is finding his niche in the eventing world. He and rider Madeline Backus just won Region 9 Training Horse Championship, as well as Best Overall Dressage Score of Competition. Congratulations to Mauri Anderson and her 11 yr old Regazzoni daughter, Relevé (aka Arlie), orphaned out of EM Britt (Bolero x Grande). They won the Novice 3-Day division at Rebecca Farm this last weekend. Keep up the good work !
Congratulations to Lynn Roberts' Reflecktion's Rio (Regazzoni), who is finding his niche in the eventing world. He and rider Madeline Backus just won Region 9 Training Horse Championship, as well as Best Overall Dressage Score of Competition.
Congratulations to Mauri Anderson and her 11 yr old Regazzoni daughter, Relevé (aka Arlie), orphaned out of EM Britt (Bolero x Grande). They won the Novice 3-Day division at Rebecca Farm this last weekend. Keep up the good work !
Spanish Olympic dressage rider Severo Jurado Lopez
All Points Dressage is excited to bring Spanish Olympic dressage rider Severo Jurado Lopez to Maryland for his first clinic in America, September 1-3. For those not familiar with this rider, he finished in 5th place at the Rio Olympics with "Lorenzo" (recently sold to American rider Charlotte Jorst) and will be riding on the Spanish team for the upcoming European Championships on "Deep Impact". Not limited to the upper level horses, last week Severo rode the mare "Fiontini" to their THIRD CONSECUTIVE World Breeding Championships for Young Horses! He also finished with the Bronze Medal on the six year old Quel Filou, and sixth place with the five year old D'Avie.
The clinic will be hosted at the beautiful Woods Lane Farm in Mt. Airy, MD. We have limited rider spots left (30 minute lessons) and auditing is available for $40/day including lunch.
We are excited to be hosting an OLD GOV Inspection!
Times will be announced. We have limited stall space available.
Day stalls: $30 Overnight Stalls: $40.00
Professional handlers and braiders available upon request.
Coggin's and health certificate required.
$225 per ride
Auditor fee: Wednesday $30.00
Thursday : $40.00 (lunch)
Day Stalls Available: $30.00
Overnight Stall: $40.00
RSVP By June 13, 2017
$ 175.00 per ride
Auditors are welcome!
RSVP and Payment by: April 5th, 2017
Jeanne McDonald, is a FEI "I" and USEF "S" dressage judge, a USDF/USEF Dressage Sport Horse Judge and a USDF Bronze, Silver,
and Gold medalist. Jeanne is owner and operates Turning Point Farm, located near Devon, PA. She is also an active competitor, having competed in dressage for over 24 years and trained all three of her horses to Grand Prix.
Rides : $175 per day
Auditors : $40 per day
RSVP and payment by March 1, 2017
For their job well done at the US Dressage Finals in Lexington, Kentucky!
Rianna won the Second Level AA Freestyle , placed 7th in Second Level AA and placed 9th in Third Level AA!
Aladdin (Adonis/Riverman) (RPSI) is 2 for 2! He received a 71.250% at First Level Test 2. Come get this guy before his price increases.
Thank you Lauren Kimmel for your great training and Michele Wellman and the By Chance crew for another fabulous show!
Aladdin won his first show! He did Training Level Test 2 and received 70.000.
Aladdin is being ridden by Lauren Kimmel. Job well done for his first show!
Thank you Michele and your wonderful crew at By Chance Farm for a very well run show!
At the Commonwealth Dressage Show in Harrisburg, Pa., Roxanne won both her classes at 3rd level
and she also won both tests and two high scores in her 3rd level MFS debut!
At the GAIGS Roxanne placed 6th in her Musical Freestyle Class !
Photo by: Denise Minahan Valdez
score of 7.68 in the Hanoverian Mare Performance test and is now Elite. Romanika is being ridden by Chandler Morone.
Wood's Land Farm 2016 Pay It Forward Program
Wood’s Lane Farm is excited to announce our ‘2016 Pay It Forward Program’. We have chosen 3 charitable organizations from which mare owners may choose to have Wood’s Lane Farm donate the $300.00 Booking Fee of either Regazzoni or Romancero H.
The organizations are Puppies Behind Bars, Shriners Hospital for Children, and Twilight Wish. We have chosen these organizations because of their responsible accounting of donations. A minimum of 77% of every dollar goes directly to the programs.
Puppies Behind Bars trains prison inmates to raise service dogs for wounded war veterans and explosive detection canines for law enforcement. As the puppies develop over 24 months, their raisers learn what it means to contribute to society, rather than take from it. The dogs bring hope and pride to their raisers, and independence and security to those they serve.
Shriners Hospital for Children has a mission to: 1) provide the highest quality care to children with neuromuscular skeletal conditions, burn injuries and other special healthcare needs in a compassionate, family centered and collaborative care environment; 2) provide for the education of physicians and other healthcare professionals; and 3) conduct research to discover new knowledge that improves the quality of care and quality of life of children and families. Shriners Hospitals for Children provides all care, including surgery, regardless of the patient or families ability to pay.
Twilight Wish has a mission to honor and enrich the lives of deserving seniors though wish granting celebrations that connect generations, acknowledging seniors for all they have given to others by bringing comfort and joy into their lives.
It is our desire to be able to make a difference. We have chosen a diverse range of organizations, allowing the mare owner the flexibility of choosing an organization that is important to their values. Splitting of the $300.00 to go to more than one organization is also an option. It is our hope that the mare owners who choose to breed to one of Wood’s Lane Farm’s stallions will help us achieve that. Please go to the individual organization’s website (www.shrinershospitalsforchildren.org, www.puppiesbehindbars.com, and www.twilightwish.org ) to learn more of how donations will help.
We apologize for any inconvenience and hope to host another clinic with Bill in the future.