Over the past fifteen years, the Mayo family has maintained Course Brook Farm as a competition and training facility dedicated to the sport of three-day eventing. More recently, Course Brook has hosted an annual fall horse trials that is recognized by the national governing body for the sport: the United States Eventing Association.
Course Brook Farm has grown considerably since it was first converted to a full-service horse farm. Today, the facility offers three levels of nationally sanctioned competition: beginner novice, novice, and training level. These are what are known as the lower levels of eventing. It is our hope to continue to expand the facility to accommodate upper-level eventing, which begins at the preliminary level. Needless to say, this is not a trivial undertaking and requires a significant investment in the farm infrastructure, grounds, and facilities to create the arenas, cross country courses, trails, jumps, and viewing areas necessary to support preliminary-level eventing and eventually expand into the intermediate level. We have had the generous support of our friends and family over the years and now for the first time we are reaching out to the community and asking for participation in our sponsorship program.
There are only a handful of facilities in Massachusetts that host the upper levels of eventing, so riders from across New England would be attracted to compete at Course Brook. Many levels of sponsorship are offered and advertising opportunities, therefore, will be plentiful as the facility continues to grow and draw riders and spectators from around the area. Help support our expansion and the sport of eventing by considering one of our sponsorship options. Click on the link below to view our full sponsorship brochure. Sponsorship levels include but are not limited to the following:
- Competition Level
- Grand Champion
- Reserve Champion
- Blue Ribbon