MACTA hosts several schooling weekends throughout the year. Cross country schooling is offered on Saturday, with an opportunity to compete on Sunday. The schooling shows are designed as a low-cost, low stress introduction to the sport of eventing and give competitors the opportunity to compete in dressage, show jumping and cross-country jumping in one day. MACTA members receive discounted rates for cross-country schooling as well as schooling show entries.
Saturdays: Pending Johnson County Park Board Approval
March 16, April 27, June 1, July 6, August 24, September 21
Rain Dates: March 23, May 5
Starter Novice through Preliminary Level cross country questions are available to school at Heritage Park. The terrain is open but slightly rolling. Water, ditches and banks are available at most levels. Funds raised from schooling shows and cross country schooling days permit MACTA to provide several new fences each season.
Schooling hours vary by season, weather and volunteer availability.
$40 MACTA members
XC Schooling Liability Release Form– Please submit signed liability form on-line in advance to expedite check in. Riders must provide a signed liability release prior to mounting.
Sundays: Pending Johnson County Park Board Approval
March 17, April 28, June 2, July 7, August 25, September 22
Rain Dates: March 24, May 6
Compete in a full one-day horse trial, a combined test (dressage and show jumping) or dressage in a fun, low-stress show environment. MACTA’s Schooling Show Series provides the opportunity to school the cross country courses on Saturday, then compete over the same course on Sunday.
MACTA members are eligible for Horse of the Year Awards. The MACTA Schooling Show Series is an integral part of the Horse of the Year standings.
Offering Starter Novice through Preliminary Level as well as Intro, Training and First Level dressage tests
Both a MACTA Liability Release and USEA Liability Release are required for the Schooling Shows. Please submit the MACTA liability on-line in advance to expedite check in. Riders must provide both signed liability releases prior to mounting.
USEA Liability Release
- Stabling may be available at nearby farms. White Fox Manor 913-219-2212
- Dress is casual. Boots with heels, approved hard hat with harness, vests and medical armband (for jumping phases) necessary.
- Negative Coggins within 1 year is required.
- Entries close 1 week prior to event.
- Ride times available online 2 days prior to event.
- Direct questions to: Beth Stoker 785-766-4563 firstname.lastname@example.org
No refunds if a show is held. If the show is rained out, and a rain date is offered, funds will be transferred to the rain date unless otherwise notified by the competitor. If the competitor notifies us, then we will transfer it to another future show date. If the show is rained out and there are no future shows that year, then monies can be transferred to membership payments or a future show.