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  Schedule of Events
  Tryon Riding & Hunt Club Schedule of Events
 
 
April 13, 2019
73rd Annual Tryon
Block House Steeplechase
Rescheduled to
October 5, 2019
April 15-17, 2019
Melanie Smith Taylor
Horsemanship Clinic
April 18, 2019
Carter Brown BBQ
April 19-21, 2019
Traditionally Tryon Horse Show
October 5, 2019
73rd Annual Tryon
Block House Steeplechase
 
 
 
 
 

Greetings and Welcome!

Block House Steeplechase

The 2019 Tryon Block House Steeplechase has been rescheduled to October 5, 2019 due to safety concerns for horses and riders resulting from the recent reconstruction and upgrading of the track. All tickets are being automatically transferred to the new date with no changes in location.  Please see the detailed letter from President Terry Lynch and the attachments under the Steeplechase tab under Annual Events.  If you have concerns or issues regarding the transfer of tickets, please contact our office at 828-863-0480 or office@trhc1925.org.  Office hours are Noon to 4pm Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday. 

Tryon Heritage Horse Week

The Tryon Riding & Hunt Club is thrilled to present an outstanding week of equestrian events during the First Annual Heritage Horse Week in Tryon, in cooperation with the Tryon Downtown Development Association.

The week will open on April 13 with the 73rd Tryon Block House Steeplechase preceded by the Pre Race Party the evening before.

Nationally renowned clinician Melanie Smith Taylor will come to town for a three-day clinic April 15-17.

“The Horse in the Gray Flannel Suit” will be shown at the Tryon Theater on April 15.
The Carter Brown BBQ will again take place at Harmon Field on April 18.
The brand new Traditionally Tryon Horse Show will run from April 19-21.

Feel free to contact us at the TRHC office by calling 828-863-0480 or by email at office@trhc1925.org

 

Return of Morris to Harmon Field

 
 
 
TR&HC has partnered with The Carolinas Equestrian, formally the Waxhaw Equestrian, magazine and will have a regular presence in this new regional equestrian lifestyle publication beginning with its September/October issue. Our organization did not have a magazine format through which it could regularly distribute information. Our Board believed it was important to develop a relationship with a regional magazine due to the multitude of equestrian based events (both existing and new) occurring in our area. We selected The Carolinas Equestrian as our magazine partner due to the variety of its editorial content, diverse audience and growing distribution. Additionally, the magazine's owner and publisher Sally Floyd Kay is a life-long equestrian whose family (parents and now children) regularly participates in many of our area's events.
 

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"Flaming enthusiasm, backed up by horse sense and persistence, is the quality that most frequently makes for success."

--Dale Carnegie
 
 
     
 
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