Our goal is to provide a low-key and relaxed atmosphere where aspiring riders, both young and old, can get their start in the show world, and where more experienced riders can dust off the winter cobwebs at an early spring show.

The Weston-Wayland Open Spring Horse Show found its beginnings as the Weston 4-H Horse Club's annual show. Since the early 1950's it has seen many generations of oversight, and has been managed by the current committee since 1987.

When current management took over, the Show was a one-day affair encompassing Hunter, Pleasure and Dressage divisions. It has evolved over the years into an early spring weekend featuring the Hunter & Pleasure show on Saturday and a Dressage & 2-Phase competition on Sunday. Additionally, there is a Hunter Pace which runs through several miles of beautiful Weston conservation land in mid-fall. We also occasionally also run a clinic or other educational event when the opportunity arises.

fernfern All events are entirely volunteer run to solely benefit
The Ruth B. Dickson Memorial Rings (the old Weston 4-H Rings) and
The Weston Forest & Trail Association's Endowment Fund.