Sharon White is an international CCI5* three-day eventing rider, trainer and Level 4 USEA ICP Certified Instructor based at Last Frontier Farm in Summit Point, West Virginia. With over 25 years of experience as a professional equestrian, Sharon is a well-respected and dedicated horsewoman who always seeks to do her best by the horses first.
Sharon’s brilliant career includes over 10 visits to the Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event (formerly known as Rolex Kentucky) with five different horses. She has also traveled overseas to contest CCI5* events at Lühmuhlen (France) and Les Etoiles de Pau (France) as well as CCI4* events at Boekelo (Netherlands) and Hartpury (United Kingdom). Sharon has represented the United States in FEI Eventing Nations Cup competitions and was a reserve rider for the 2018 FEI World Equestrian Games. She is also a USDF Silver Medalist and has competed in pure show jumping.
Saturday, November 11, 2023
Show jumping in sand arena
Sunday, November 12, 2023
Cross country on grass terrain
$400 per horse/rider
Both days required.
Includes one (1) auditor pass and a grab and go lunch.
$100 for weekend dry stall
Includes one bag of shavings and buckets if needed.
$20 per day
Immediate full payment is required to reserve your spot.
Payment can made via PayPal @palmerriver.
Please set the payment as "Friends and Family"
Add "(Rider Name) - Sharon White" as the note.
Payment can also be made by check (drop off or mailed).
Closing date is September 26, 2023, or when full.
If event is cancelled or if a rider cancels before the closing date, a refund will be offered minus a $25 office fee.
No refunds for cancellations after the closing date unless the spot able to be filled by another rider.
For riders/horses who are new to eventing but are capable of jumping a 2-foot course.
Rider/horse must be able to jump a 2’3″ course with cross country experience or are moving up to Advanced Elementary.
Rider/horse must be able to jump a 2’7″ course or are moving up to Beginner Novice.
Rider/horse have competed at the Novice level or are moving up to Novice.
Rider/horse have either competed at the Training level or are moving up to the Training or Preliminary level.
Equipment to Consider
Breast plate, spurs, bat, extra bridle, studs, and a groom to ensure riders can promptly arrive for ride times.
- *NO DOGS OR SMOKING*
- Please respect our facility and keep both aisles and common areas clean at all times.
- Let the farm know what time you will be arriving if you are staying overnight.
- Offload horses and equipment in the field below indoor arena. There will be carts available to unload equipment.
- Lights out at 8pm unless notified.
- Stalls should be cleaned but shavings can be left at completion of stay.