Autumn Rose Farm Moving December 1st
Autumn Rose Farm will be relocating to a facility 7 miles from our current location. We are looking forward to starting lessons at the new farm beginning December 1, 2019. We are excited about the move and the proximity to our current location which will allow our current students to continue their lessons without interruption. We look forward to continuing to serve our Autumn Rose family with the same quality and care they expect.
Open House Scheduled
We will be hosting an open house to welcome our students to the new farm from 2:00-4:00pm on Sunday, December 1st. We hope everyone will be able to stop by to visit and tour the new facility.
The new physical address is 4270 Bean Oller Rd, Delaware, OH.
Our mailing address will remain the same: 9334 Pratolino Villa Dr., Dublin, OH 43016.
Autumn Rose Equestrian Team Rides High at IEA Nationals
June 15-16, 2019 will be a weekend to remember for a very long time! The Autumn Rose High School and Middle School Equestrian teams both won the IEA National Championship in Oklahoma City, OK. Leading the charge was Ellexxah Maxwell winning the Champion Western Rider and becoming the only person to hold that title three times during her IEA career. Autumn Rose Farm won three individual national championships with Ellexxah winning Varsity Open Reining and Varsity Open Horsemanship and Erin Murray taking home the Junior Varsity Novice Horsemanship championship.
The team took home 4 senior scholarships, 2 Bob’s saddles, 15 champion belt buckles and 10 bronze trophies. We could not be more proud of our riders whose hard work and dedication definitely paid off! Congratulations to all the members of the Autumn Rose Equestrian teams. The High School team is comprised of Ellexxah Maxwell, Nigel Lancaster, Chloe Stephenson, Lexie Bailey, Erin Murray and Jessica Steller. The Middle School team roster includes Cadence Eger, Elizabeth Chapman and Kyan Young.
This past weekend, April 6 & 7, the Autumn Rose Farm Equestrian Team competed at the IEA semi-finals in Murfreesboro, TN. The semi-finals had 240 of the best riders in the country who had all qualified through regional finals to get to this step. The Autumn Rose team won the high school team competition and finished reserve in the middle school competition. Autumn Rose Equestrian Team also had 12 individual riders qualify for the national finals! Congrats to all!
The Ohio State’s own Western Equestrian Team placed first at the their Semifinals in Ocala, Florida! This means that they beat out over 200 other collegiate teams across the nation to qualify for the national competition in the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association. This year’s National Finals will be held in Syracuse, New York. Ohio State has qualified and competed at nationals every year since 1991. The Western Equestrian Team has won the IHSA National Championship ten times, that is more than any other collegiate team in the forty year history of the western IHSA. This year we are hoping to make that eleven! Over 10,000 college students compete in the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association every year. The team is truly a hidden gem at Ohio State.
Autumn Rose Farm and The Ohio State University Equestrian Teams
have stellar year in 2018!
The Autumn Rose Farm Equestrian Team won the 2018 IEA National Championship in the Upper School Division and Reserve Championship in the Middle School Division. This follows an IHSA Reserve National Championship for The Ohio State University Equestrian team, making 2018 a year to remember for Autumn Rose Farm and its Equestrian Team members!