Come enjoy our Winter Series shows, we offer a fun and safe learning atmosphere for all ages, from beginner poles and x-poles, to more advanced levels of an optional height division. The Foxstone Winter Series is a Zone 6 BC Summer Games Qualifier and runs under the HCBC rules. This is a fantastic opportunity to gain experience in the show ring and have a great time competing at Cowichan Valley’s top equestrian facility.
We also offer a warm-up day that is held on the Friday before each show. This allows riders and horses to get familiarized with the facility and get a true show experience. The arena will be set up for the trainers and riders. Contact Lynne Adam at Foxstone to book a warm up time for you and your riders at 250-748-8577 or email at .
Points will be collected towards year-end championships. Points are awarded based on the number of entrants in each class. Prizes will be given for Division Champion, Reserve Champion, and prizes up to 4th place division standings.
- October 14th-16th, 2022
- November 11th-13th, 2022
- March 24th-26th, 2023
It is the responsibility of the show/event committee, or organizers and the facility owners and managers to ensure that all BC Health Authority, viaSport and WorkSafeBC directives are followed and enforced. Please follow all vaccination requirements as dictated by your regional Health Authority. Horse Council BC is not a regulatory body and it is understood and agreed that sanctioning and approval of either a HCBC Provincial circuit event or Equestrian Canada Bronze or Silver competition relates to the use of the rule book and approved officials only.
This Competition is a Horse Council BC provincially sanctioned Competition and will be governed in accordance with the Horse Council BC Rule Book. Knowledge of the Rules is the responsibility of the Competitor.
The Horse Council BC Rule Book will be used and can be found here.
Neither Horse Council BC, its Board of Directors, organizing committee, staff, volunteers, officials, or employees of this horse show, will be responsible in any way, for damage, injury, or loss to persons, horses or property of exhibitors, spectators, owners, riders, trainers, or grooms. All competitors and owners of horses must be members of Horse Council BC to participate.