2022 Tailgate Passes are available!
Each pass includes:
- Access for one vehicle to park on the cross-country course, surrounded by jumps for the best viewing of the CCI cross-country competition
- Bring your own food and beverage or visit our fantastic food vendors.
- Spend a wonderful autumn day entertaining up to 12 friends, family, or clients at beautiful Morven Park
- Tailgate space is for Saturday, October 8 for all of the CCI cross-country divisions
If you are interested in reserving a tailgate spot on the cross-country course, please email us HERE.
2022 Food Vendors and Schedule
Wednesday-Sunday AM: Kaye’s Mini Doughnuts
Wednesday- Thursday: Taco One DC Food Truck
Friday-Sunday: Ford’s Fish Shack (Ford's On The Road)
Featuring a Seafood Festival Menu for Friday Night ONLY!
Reserve your Ford's Seafood Festival meal by emailing HERE.
Potomac Tack & Supply, LLC
Lisa Dreher Bell- independent Bemer Distributor
A Guide for Spectators
Horse Trials are part of a sport called “eventing,” which began more than a century ago among mounted cavalry officers as a demonstration of their horses’ strengths and their own riding skills.
Eventing features three different equestrian disciplines: dressage, show jumping, and cross-country. Although the competition is divided into a number of skill levels, one of the remarkable things about the sport is that men and women of all ages compete head-to-head. Read more about it HERE.