Let’s Get Social

2 weeks ago

Lisa Reid Eventing

Students, Friends, and Family of Lisa Reid are welcome to share their Photos and Videos on this official business page by tagging Lisa Reid Eventing. Just remember the privacy of your post has to be set on “public” for it to appear on here and for everyone to see it.

We'll also be streaming this feed on our website, but only our own and shared Facebook Business Page posts will show up there (due to FB Privacy Settings): www.reidtowin.com/lets-get-social/

Thanks and we are looking forward to the 2019 season!
... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

Lisa Reid Eventing

Eventers are tough! They are not gonna let a little bit of wind get in the way of their training. Cross derby course open all week. Text Carolyn at 301-514-0111 to schedule a schooling. ... See MoreSee Less

Image attachmentImage attachment

2 weeks ago

Lisa Reid Eventing

LCO Eventing
Good times with youngsters. #ottb #4yrold #manny #nextgeneration #thatcanter #teamgreen #devoucoux
... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

Lisa Reid Eventing

CONGRATULATIONS to Suzy Gehris on winning our 2018 USEA MDHT Recognized Award Series. She is coached by Lisa Reid. Awesome job!!! "I am proud and honored to be recognized by the crew at Loch Moy. Without having Loch Moy as a place to learn and grow, we would never be where we are today. What a great 'break out' type of year for Eddy and I !! It all started last December at MDHT's Christmas Derby Cross where we donned Christmas garb and seriously attacked the course mixed with stadium and cross country obstacles. It was the first time our former race horse, who raced 20 times, leaned into the bridle asking me which jump was next, and was clearly disappointed that the last fence was the last. After MDHT's spring starter horse trials, we knew we were ready for the recognized ones. Taking advantage of MDHT's back to back horse trials in July, we moved from Beginner Novice to a tough Novice course, and finished with an even tougher course in October. Eddy has fallen in love with eventing, loves the primping for dressage, and has become a beast on XC. And he continues to insist he is with 'his people' all day, very much like a puppy. Our biggest accomplishment has been to gallop the 'eventing way' not the 'race track' way. In 2019, we will continue to refine our technique and see where it takes us - I can say sitting in him makes the jumps look small - look out Training and Prelim!" Photo credit-GRCphoto ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

Lisa Reid Eventing

... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

Lisa Reid Eventing

... See MoreSee Less