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Cosequin Stuart Horse Trials
Presented by Townline Truck and Trailer
The Cosequin Stuart Horse Trials is a competitive event held annually for top international as well as local riders and their horses, testing partnership and athletic prowess in the triathlon of equestrian sport: dressage, cross country, and stadium jumping.
Welcome! Whether it’s your first time visiting SHT or your 24th, all the info you need is right here:
New Helmet Cams and Videos
See what cross-country is really like from the rider's perspective! See the new Videos/Cams page...
2012 Charity Recipients Announced
More than $8,500 from 2012 proceeds donated to seven different charities! See the News page for more info...
What is Eventing?
Eventing is a triathlon for horses and riders. Learn all about the three phases, find out what CIC means, how tall the jumps are, and more in the Eventing Handbook...
Admission & Parking
Admission is free! Parking is $10 a car per day or $25 for all four days. Programs may be purchased for $5. Read more...
Stuart Horse Trials is located on Murray Road in Victor, NY, just south of Rochester. Read more...
Holly Payne and Madeline, photo by Bill Gamble
This year's clinic is with Leslie Law! May 21-22. Registration begin Friday March 1st! More info and Sign Up Form
SHT has been approved as an FEI Targeted CN, and new frangible pins have been approved by the FEI. See all the details on the News page.
Big Changes for 2013!
We have just been approved by the USEF as an FEI "Targeted CN" in our Preliminary and Intermediate Levels. In addition, Beginner Novice and Novice Level riders will now run all phases (dressage, stadium, and cross country) in a one-day on Thursday, July 11. Stay tuned for more details!
Focus on Footing and Safety
Horse and rider safety continue to be foremost in our minds. A dam has been constructed in our creek, allowing us to keep the areas around the water complex and dressage warm-up watered. And we're particularly excited to feature the Swedish-designed frangible clip and pin devise--the very first cross country jump safety apparatus to pass the new FEI regulations.