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2015 Calendar 

Team Jumper Challenge & Lobster Bake: July 9

Join us for a spectacular evening of lobsters and jumping, sponsored by Bateman Horse Transportation!

New for 2015- Special Awards Sponsored by Bateman Horse Transportation

Times & Full Schedule


The Festival of Eventing is Accepting Entries!

Check out this great video, courtesy of Flatlands Foto, of the 2014 Festival on our Facebook page.

Check out the details on the event and learn about our many fantastic sponsorship opportunities, all right here!

Raise the Roof: Wild West Party

A fundraiser to support GMHA's Upwey Barn Roof Project to preserve a historic South Woodstock, Vermont landmark. Help us reach our goal of $50,000!

Saturday, August 1, 2015

at GMHA's Upwey Barn


Wear your finest western attire & boots.

Learn more about GMHA's historic Upwey Barn and the Roof Project...

RSVP or purchase your tickets by July 13. Download our invitation and RSVP form, or buy your tickets now:

Reserved Table- $500 for Table of 8

Reserved Seating- $60 per person

Preserving the Upwey Barn

Upwey BarnNot able to attend the party?

We need your help to replace the roof of GMHA's historic Upwey Barn. Donate today to preserve this important South Woodstock, Vermont landmark.

Learn more about the history of the barn and our Raise the Roof project, or download our brochure for more details.

Please consider a donation to ensure the future of the Upwey Barn

About GMHA

Our FacilityThe Green Mountain Horse Association is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Founded in 1926, GMHA is the nation’s oldest continuously operating horse association.

Our mission is to provide and maintain opportunities for educational and competitive activities for diverse equestrian disciplines. Emphasis is placed on equestrian trails preservation, horsemanship and youth education.

At our facility, located in South Woodstock, Vermont, we offer a wide range of events to hundreds of equestrians each year in dressage, driving, eventing, hunter/jumpers, and trail riding. GMHA is dedicated to preserving trails and open space for equestrian use, and our trail network covers over 500 miles.

Our 65-acre facility includes stabling for 196 horses, four all-weather arenas with European Geo-Textile footing, a spectacular cross-country course, and driving hazards.

GMHA is a unique equestrian experience for riders and drivers of all ages and abilities.