Morningside offers a development program that produces top three-day eventing riders and hosts clinics and schooling shows. Skyelar Voss, Training Manager and Erin Murphy, Assistant Trainer, are both seasoned upper-level competitors who offer lessons, training and boarding at the facility. Three-day eventing is an Olympic equestrian discipline that tests horse and rider in three phases of competition: the precise movements of dressage on the flat, jumping a tight course of jumps in the controlled environment of a ring and jumping a range of challenging natural-like obstacles while galloping across open cross-country. Morningside provides an outstanding venue for all three phases of eventing. From the berm above the polo field one can see the outdoor dressage ring, outdoor jump ring and cross-county course. On the tour visitors are welcome to walk over from the polo field to view the outdoor ring set up with colorful jumps, as well as the boat house overlooking a picturesque pond.
Chilean polo professional German Noguera operates the polo venue at Morningside where players and polo clubs from the surrounding area conduct games and tournaments. A polo exhibition will take place on Saturday and Sunday of Stable Tour in connection with the kick-off of the 2020 polo season. Check the Stable Tour events guide for exact times. Park and sit on the grassy berm to watch the play or bring chairs and a tail gate picnic to experience the thrill of polo and the beauty of Morningside Farm.
The farm is owned by Margriet and Najaf Husain who are committed to stewardship of the land while promoting equine sports.