Community Day is Thursday, March 10. Area schools can arrange student field trips to Elinor Klapp-Phipps park where students can learn equine science and the sport of eventing, forestry and water management, or a number of other topics that can be tailored to the age and interests of students. To schedule a field trip: Contact Us.
The TAIL-GAIT at Red Hills debuts on Saturday, March 12. Enjoy the excitement of Cross Country from your very own tailgate spot. Tailgate under the trees, under a tent, or out in the open. Bring your own food and beverage or let the official Red Hills caterer do the cooking for you. Learn More.
Wear a Hat on Sunday, March 13. There has been a growing trend of ladies wearing lovely hats when attending the competition, especially on Sunday. So it’s not so surprising that March 13 has been officially declared as “Hat Day” by organizers of the Red Hills International Horse Trials. If your closet is hat-less you may want to stop by the Avenue of Shops and check out the selection there or just come with no hat. Either way, Sunday is a great day to be at Red Hills.