Wednesday, June 28th, 2017

Hay Day


Lucy Chipps and Nora Wagner
(Hay Day)


Kathy and Michael Corkran
(Hay Day)

Craig and Laura Lindauer with Leslie Mapes
(Hay Day)

Theresa Strobel and Justin Wilcox
(Hay Day)


Fieldstone Farm Therapeutic Riding Center
“Hay Day”



    Valet draft horses, pulling a wagon, made their way down the winding driveway at White North Stables in Hunting Valley to pick up guests for the annual Hay Day.
    Guests in chic jeans and boots raised money for Fieldstone Farm Therapeutic Riding Center in Bainbridge. Guests placed bets on their favorite riders in an “extreme trailability” competition, in which riders tested their skills by maneuvering their horse through a series of obstacles. Rich Bradshaw, emcee and special guest, educated the crowd with his knowledge of the competition.
    The expansive barn ring was decorated with festive lights and flowers for a fabulous dinner by Sammy’s. Dinner was followed by music by Decade and a chance to win two treasure chests.
    The success of the evening was attributed to chairwomen Tracy Baker and Marian Shaughnessy, title sponsor the Jim Thome Family, White North Stables, the Western Reserve Land Conservancy, and the many volunteers and staff.
    Through a special partnership with horses, Fieldstone Farm offers programs designed by professionals to foster personal growth and individual achievement for people with challenges and was founded by Kevin Ellison. The center has a state-of-the-art facility and 36 therapy horses with nearly 800 students participating in classes each year. STORY AND PHOTOGRAPHS BY SALI McSHERRY


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