CPI NEW JERSEY
The Ridge Farm at Riverview
3 Wolverton Road
Asbury, New Jersey 08802
Facility Rules for Participants:
- Trash must be placed in the proper receptacles, including recycle bins when available.
- No glass on premises, all liquids must be enclosed in shatter proof containers.
- No vehicles are permitted to park within 30 feet of any stabling facility.
- No smoking in barns, buildings, offices, or around manure receptacles.
- No Dogs or Pets allowed at the CPI Event
- No skateboards, in-line skates, or roller skates are allowed.
Where to Stay
Courtyard Marriott Announced as the “OFFICIAL” Hotel of the
CPI New Jersey Horse Show
Courtyard Marriott Lebanon
300 Corporate Drive
Lebanon, New Jersey 08833
Make your reservations on or before August 18, 2018 to receive special
CPI Horse Show rate
Call 1-800-321-2211 to make your reservation or click on the following link to make your reservation online:
2018 CPI New Jersey – September 15-16, 2018
The Ridge at Riverview – Asbury, New Jersey
Times, Dates, Speakers, and Rings Are Subject to Change – Schedule is Tentative and subject to change
Saturday, September 15, 2018
10:00 AM to 3:00 PM Registration for Riders and their Trainer/Coach (Riders will not receive their back numbers if their trainer/coach does not sign the Trainer Release)
10:00 AM – 5:00 PM College Expo, Greet and Meet College Coaches and College Representatives
12:00 PM Educational Presentations Begin at Learning Lounge in this order:
The Top 5 “Do’s” for a campus visit and the Top 4 “Don’ts”
Randi C. Heathman – Equestrian College Advisor
Dr. Piper Klemm – The Plaid Horse Magazine
Introduction to IHSA
Robert Cacchione – IHSA Founder & Executive Director
The 6 Parts of the College Application – And Why They all Matter
Randi C. Heathman – Equestrian College Advisor
Your CPI Ride – Show Overview and Tips on how to make the best of your CPI ride
Peter Cashman, CPI Horse Show Manager and Head Coach of the United States Military Academy at West Point
Meet your CPI Coach (exclusive for riders that hired a CPI coach)
Karen Sykes, Drew University
1:30 PM – 5:45PM Mounted Clinic –
1:30 PM – 2:45 PM – Open Division Clinic
3:00 PM – 4:15 PM – Novice Division Clinic
4:30 PM – 5:45 PM – Intermediate Division clinic
Sunday, September 16, 2018
6:00 AM Horse Schooling Begins
7:00 AM Brief Meeting for Coaches/Trainers of Advanced, Open, and Intermediate Equitation Riders
7:30 AM Horse Draw for Advanced, Open, and Intermediate Equitation Riders Horse Draw Area – Riders’ Coach/Trainer need not be present for horse draw participation
8:00 AM – 5:00 PM College Expo
8:30 AM Ring Preparation
8:45 AM First class of the day mounts
9:00 AM Horse show begins and proceeds in this order:
Advanced Equitation Division, Flat and Over Fences
Open Equitation Division, Flat and Over Fences
Intermediate Equitation Division, Flat and Over Fences
Horse Schooling for Walk Trot Canter, and Novice Equitation Classes (45 minutes)
** Brief Meeting for Coaches/Trainers of Walk Trot Canter, and Novice Equitation Division Riders at Warm-Up Ring
Announcements will be made for exact time Horse Draw for Walk Trot Canter, and Novice Equitation Division Riders, Horse Draw Area. Riders’ Coach/Trainer need not be present for horse draw participation
Walk Trot / Walk Trot Canter Division, Walk Trot and Walk Trot Canter
Novice Equitation Division, Flat and Over Fences
Access to the Event
Rider and Rider’s Trainer Registration Procedure
All CPI riders and their trainer or coach are to register at the CPI Registration Desk upon arrival. Riders will receive their back number and each rider, and their corresponding trainer (coach), will both have a wristband placed on their wrist that must be worn to gain entry into the mounting area and show rings. In addition, the trainer (coach) must sign a trainer waiver/release form. Without a signed trainer release form, back number and wrist bands will not be distributed. Riders and trainers must pick up their wrist bands in person.
College Fair Passes
Persons not entered to compete in the horse show but looking to attend the college fair, educational seminars, and view the horse show may purchase an college fair pass to gain entry as a spectator of the CPI event. If your child is entered to compete at the CPI Horse Show you do not need to purchase a college fair pass. College Fair passes may be purchased online or at the registration area at the CPI Event for $75.00 for the entire weekend. CPI College Fair passes are NON REFUNDABLE. If you would like to purchase your College Fair pass online, please click here
Press & Media
Please contact Lindsay Martin at 786-369-9040 or firstname.lastname@example.org
CPI Hire a Coach
The CPI Horse Show requires participants be coached by a trainer during the horse show competition. If a student’s trainer is not available to coach the participant, the CPI provides experienced coaching services for a fee of $80 per participant. Each participant will be coached in the flat class and the over fences class by a CPI trainer. All CPI Hire A Coach fees are NON REFUNDABLE.
Meet the CPI Trainer
Karen Sykes enters her 16th year as head coach of the Riding Rangers after taking over the reins in the spring of 2001. She served as the program’s assistant coach for eight years, and brings riding experience as well as a working knowledge of the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association to the Drew equestrian program. Under her leadership the Rangers equestrian program has achieved unprecedented success.
Sykes, who graduated from Drew in 1991 with a bachelor’s degree in psychology and sociology, captained the Rangers for three years and was honored with Drew’s MVP award for the 1990-91 seasons. She competed in the IHSA Hunt Seat and Western Alumni Division for five years prior to turning her efforts toward coaching.
Sykes, who graduated from Drew in 1991 with a bachelor’s degree in psychology and sociology, captained the Rangers for three years and was honored with Drew’s MVP award for the 1990-91 seasons. She competed in the IHSA Hunt Seat and Western Alumni Division for five years prior to turning her efforts toward coaching. Sykes has been honored by her peers in 1991, 2003 and 2005 with the IHSA Zone 2 Region 1 Regina Kear Coach of the Year award. She is an active member of the USEF and USHJA, and sits on the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association Board of Directors in the capacity of Alumni Director and Insurance Chairperson.
Since 2008 she has had three riders win Regional Championships including James Fairclough who was the IHSA National Cacchione Cup Champion. She’s had four-straight Tournament of Champion teams in the Top 20 from 2006 to 2009.
The Bedminster, N.J. native works full time for Oracle as the Director of Business Operations for North America Sales and Consulting. She trains at Dapple Hill Farm with Sara Goetz and is on the Briarwood Derby Day in honor of Jack Benson Horse Show Planning Committee.
If you would like to use the CPI Hire a Coach program, please click here.
CPI New Jersey Rider Resume
One of the primary goals of the CPI Horse Show is to promote high school student riders. To this effort, working with graphic artists that believe in the CPI mission, the CPI is offering riders entered to participate in the CPI New Jersey Horse Show the option to purchase a full page Resume Ad for $100.00 to appear in the full color CPI New Jersey Event Magazine, allowing them the opportunity to further promote their accomplishments in print.
The deadline for this offer is August 1, 2018. Please click here to reserve your page in the CPI New Jersey Event Magazine.