Pine Hill was established in 1977 with the goal of providing lots of room for the training of horse and rider with interest in the Olympic horse sports. We are located 50 miles west of Houston on 100 acres of hills with a nice balance of open field and wooded trail**NEWS FLASH**--JUMP POLES COMING SOON--MAYBE EVEN IN TIME FOR CHRISTMAS 2016!!!! We have 6 bundles being milled and shipped---treated, 12 ft rails---stay tuned for arrival date and pricing.
DECEMBER 4, 2016 SHOW OFFICIALLY CANCELLED . Tentative Makeup Date: August 6th
And looking forward----Buck Davidson will return Dec. 10 & 11 Flyer (contact Kristy Limon)
Just added---Kim Severson sponsored by CTEA on January 7 & 8 Flyer
CHECK US OUT ON USEA"s Website: click here
Lurena Bell Lessons: New dates: November 28, January 9th (contact Ruth)
To Volunteer for upcoming eventing shows click here
Dog Policy---To insure that everyone has a safe and fun experience when schooling at Pine Hill we ask that if you choose to bring your dog that you keep your dog on a leash if there are other schoolers present. Well behaved dogs on leashes are welcome. Ill behaved dogs not on leashes will be asked to leave. For shows there is a published policy in place and will be strictly enforced:
Dog and Motor Vehicle Policy for shows
Next GHCTA Schooling Horse Trial is January 15, 2017
For January 15, 2017 Show information go to the Upcoming Show Page
Don't forget to renew your GHCTA Membership for 2017 You and your horse must be members in order for your points to count. GHCTA Membership Form
We will have a special contest for Novice (starting in December), Beg Novice, Goldilocks and GAG divisions called "Go Watchless". The rider at each level that comes closest to Optimum Time on Cross Country without wearing a watch will receive a special award.
The official Photographer for the J GHCTA Schooling Horse Trials and and USEA Horse Trials as well as the GHHJA Hunter/Jumper Shows is Troy Roane. Link to his website
Please note---new rates and release forms for Open schooling & Lessons as of July 2012:
Remembering Phil --a delightful story of his first Three Day Event: Click Here
"We miss him enormously, we think of him always, we love him forever"