Keeping Up with C Square Farm!


Keeping Up with C Square Farm!
August was a stellar month for Courtney and the entire team at C Square Farm! There were some seriously great results brought in by the upper level horses and the babies just starting their eventing careers! Courtney imported two talented Irish horses after a successful shopping trip in Ireland and they’re currently searching for their next partner. If you’re in the market for a talented, young prospect, be sure to contact Courtney today!
Competition Results
After successful back-to-back show weekends at The Maryland Horse Trials, Courtney took a few horses including homebred, Rising Star (“Baxter”) to his first event at the Olney Farm Horse Trials! Imported sale horse, Excel Star If Never WON his Novice division at his first event stateside on an impressive score of a 28.3! Sale horse, Billy Idol followed right behind him, taking home a pretty red ribbon in the same division. Rising Star (“Baxter”) finished his first USEA event in style. We’re so proud of him and can’t wait to see where this horse goes in his career!
Next up for the team was a busy weekend at the Fair Hill International Horse Trials! Sale horse, Billy Idol had another impressive showing at Novice, finishing in 7th place in his division! Imported youngsters, Excel Star Mesmerise and Excel Star If Never had educational days as well, finishing just outside the ribbons in their divisions! Count R Lucky Stars (“Grace”) successfully completed her first Preliminary and Caia Z had another noteworthy performance, finishing in 2nd place in her Training division.
Waredaca was the last event on the calendar before Courtney made the trek down to the American Eventing Championships! Who’s A Star (“Tag”) had a good day in the Intermediate division, and Excel Star Mesermise and Excel Star If Never contested the Young Event Horse 5-Year-Old division, finishing in 9th and 6th place respectively.
The American Eventing Championships located at the Tryon International Equestrian Center was another amazing experience for Courtney and the team. Caia Z (“Caia”), who’s had an incredible year, continued her streak with an outstanding performance, becoming the Reserve Champion Training Horse! Who’s A Star (“Tag”) performed well in the Adequan Gold Cup Advanced division as well! Just a slight glance-off on cross-country moved them down the ranks a bit, but Courtney was thrilled overall with their performance!
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Two Immediate Job Openings at C Square Farm
Working Student Position – This position would be best suited to someone looking to gain valuable knowledge and experience in the heart of the eventing community. We prefer to hire someone who can stay for a minimum of 3 months. Compensation includes: housing, the opportunity to have 1 horse at the farm, at least 3 lessons a week, and free shipping to and from events.

Assistant Groom Position – This position would be best suited to someone with previous experience working on the eventing scene. The job would require but not be limited to, some braiding, tacking, untacking, traveling to competitions, and general horse management. This is a great opportunity to heighten one’s skills and work alongside a very knowledgeable staff. Some riding could be available to the right candidate. Compensation includes: some pay depending on previous experience, housing, the opportunity to have 1 horse, would include at least 3 lessons a week, and free shipping to and from events.

Contact Courtney Cooper for more information!