Coconut is an 11 year old Throughbred who enjoyed a not so successful racing career in his youth. He was given a second chance through New Vocations horse Adoption and came to be Cassidy’s 4H project horse. Coconut works hard for Cassidy in lessons and at horse shows. Even though he is still confused by these crazy pattern, they make him do in the equitation classes(because why does any horse need to do more than run the oval track?), he goes into them with gusto and surprisingly a smile on his face. When not showing Coconut enjoys time in the pasture with CC - who pretends to hate him,eating and pawing shamelessly when his breakfast and dinner are not delivered in what he considers to be a timely manner. He considers himself to be the best-looking horse in the barn and is certain the mares spend all their time thinking of him. He is looking forward to trick riding and the possibility of a Perfect Coconut fan club in 2020
390 Speedwell Forge Rd
$400 A month
breed shows- ApHC, APHA, Pinto
English and Western
$20 1/2 hour
show coaching and training for all around and gaming
new schedule to be updated soon
27 Spinnin Spurs Showmanship Clinic
15 pre county @ Columbia Riding Club
20 County 4-H show @Columbia Riding Club
27/28 Jr Horse Championship @ Center County Grange
24 District 4-H show @ Diamond 7
19-21 GSAA @ Dream Park
24-26 Kac @ Dream Park
16-18 GSAA @ Dream Park
4-6 GSAA @Dream Park
13 PAHA @ Friendly Horseman’s
4 FHC @Friendly Horseman’s
5 CRC @ Columbia Riding Club
1 FHC @ Friendly Horseman’s
2 CRC @ Columbia Riding Club
6 FHC @ Friendly Horseman’s
7 CRC @ Columbia Riding Club
3 FHC @ Friendly Horseman’s
4 CRC @ Columbia Riding Club
7 FHC @ Friendly Horseman’s
15 CRC @ Columbia Riding Club
5 FHC @ Friendly Horseman’s
12 NJPtHA @ Dream Park
22 NJPtHA @ Dream Park
28 FHC @ Friendly Horseman’s Club
21 FHC @ Friendly Horseman’s Club
Interesting facts about IEA.....
No rider needs to own a horse.
Based at Penn State Harrisburg campus and ridden at Lower Hopewell Farm . Led by Coach Alida this Team is open to all PSU HBG students of all levels.
IHSA welcomes beginners through advanced riders in the hunter and Western disciplines to compete individually or on a team. Men and women compete with and against each other.
IHSA eliminates the expenses of horse ownership and allows more students to compete. Horses are furnished by host colleges and are chosen by drawing lots. The use of personal tack is not allowed and schooling is not permitted. The format fairly tests the horsemanship of the athletes. Divisions range from Walk/Trot to the Open Division for the more experienced riders.
We love our customers, so feel free to visit during normal business hours.
390 Speedwell Forge Rd