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USEF/USEA Horse Trials

Course Brook Farm hosts 2 recognized horse trials competitions sanctioned by the United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) and the United States Eventing Association (USEA).


Levels offered: Starter (now USEA endorsed), Beginner Novice, Novice, Training, Modified-Training and Preliminary.

Both events participate in the Jockey Club sponsored Thoroughbred Incentive Program (T.I.P.).

2024 Dates:

Saturday, July 20
Sunday, September 29


Official Maps:

P Map
T Map
N Map
BN Map
ST Map

Thank you to our 2024 Sponsors...

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Sponsorship & Advertising

Get connected to our highly targeted audiences at these exciting equestrian competitions! 

Course Brook Farm Horse Trials showcases the equestrian sport of eventing – a three-phase competition that includes dressage, cross-country, and stadium jumping - that attracts horses and riders from across New York and New England. The event provides a unique opportunity to reach a specialized market of equestrians, horse lovers, regional visitors, and residents. 

Your business or organization can reach them through the array of event sponsorship and advertising opportunities.


Sponsorship/Advertising Coordinator

Collin Mayo

Office 508-202-9698


TIP Award

Course Brook Farm is proud to be participating in the The Jockey Club’s Thoroughbred Incentive Program (T.I.P.).  To participate, at no extra cost, please include a copy of your T.I.P. identification card.  Don't have a card...please visit to register for one. Entries are accepted up until the start of the applicable division.



Starter, BN, N, T, MT and P


Low Point Champion ribbon and prize

Low Point Reserve Champion ribbon only


Only Thoroughbreds that have been registered with The Jockey Club or a foreign Thoroughbred stud book recognized by The Jockey Club are eligible to participate in T.I.P. classes and awards.
Riders and owners should obtain a T.I.P. number for all horse/rider combinations. T.I.P. number applications are done online at T.I.P. numbers must be provided to the horse show. Hard copy forms will also be provided to shows.



Volunteers are the lifeblood of our sport, the unsung heroes, and the people who make it possible to keep the sport alive. 

Just about any age or experience level can find a job to do in our sport. If you have never volunteered, don't let that discourage you - you will be trained for your task at the event.

Volunteer Coordinator

Janet Sinclair


mobile: 508.523.3327

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