For Immediate Release:


Honey Tree Stables, Oxford Ohio.  Honey Tree Stables hosted its first Jammin’ Jumpers show On October  18th –with local equestrians participating in classes that tested their riding position through their ability to jump quickly and clearly.  The show combined equestrian styles of typical hunters and jumpers, and allowed beginners through advanced riders and horses to participate.  The unique aspect of this show was that each rider brought music and could ride to their chosen music!  Riders from Kentucky, as well as the local area traveled to participate.  Competitors enjoyed the event so much that the show will become a monthly event – giving local equestrians an activity during the upcoming winter.  The next Jammin’ Jumpers show will be held on December 6th. 

Additionally, Honey Tree hosted a Hunter Pace – which is a competitive ride through the 140 acres of Honey Tree Stables, where riders follow a flagged path and compete to come in as close as possible to a typical fox hunter pace.  Riders could choose to jump natural obstacles, or take a slower approach and enjoy the fall foliage on the property.

For non equestrians, Honey Tree Stables opened the property to runners on the same weekend, using the flagged fox hunt pace trail for a 5K trail run benefitting the Butler County Humane Society.  40 runners from around the area participated in the first ever Honey Tree Stables 5K Trail run.

The next event on schedule for Honey Tree is the Fall Festival, where classes such as a hunter pace and hunter derbies will be offered.

Honey Tree Stables offers horse boarding, riding lessons and training as well as equestrian events.  Rider and Owner Sarah Oerelich competes nationally at Grand Prix jumping levels as well as works with up and coming riders and horses to help them attain national show experience and recognition.