JOIE GATLIN

 

 

Joie is a leading competitor on the national show jumping circuit.  She has won the United States Equestrian Team (USET) Medal Finals, the Rhulen Rookie of the Year, as well as several other national championships.

Joie has ridden several hunters to Horse of the Year Awards, won numerous classes at the Grand Prix level, represented the United States in World Cup competitions, and competed in the Olympic Trials.

As a member of the West Coast Active Riders European Tour, Joie won several European Grand Prix events and received the Leading Lady Rider Award at Royan in France.

MORLEY ABEY

Morley has coached several students to be consistent winners in the equitation, hunter and jumper divisions.  His students have won classes at major shows across the country, including indoors.  Horses trained by Morley have also captured USEF’s year-end awards in the 3’3” and A/O hunter divisions. 

Morley has been the chef d’equipe for the USHJA Zone 10 NAJYRC teams. In 2016, he guided them to Young Rider team bronze and Junior Rider team silver.

For his efforts, Morley was awarded the Caristo Cup, an award given to the chef d’equipe who best exemplifies Caristo’s enthusiasm and professionalism. 

 

MISSION

 

To deliver the highest levels of competitive success and full-service training to select clients, while offering unique value to sponsors and partners.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FULL SERVICE TRAINING

FULL TRAINING 

 

SALES, PURCHASES & LEASES

HORSE SHOW FEES

FULL TRAINING & CARE:  $2,000 PER MONTH           

Includes lessons, schooling, professional rides, daily care and grooming, turnouts, and treadmill or Eurowalker

FEED & SUPPLEMENTS $150 PER MONTH

Customized feed program for each horse.  Program offers Cavalor Performix, Cavalor Pianissimo, Cavalor Fiberforce, rolled oats, Purina Senior and electrolytes.

THIS MONTHLY FEE ALSO INCLUDES:

  • Organizing transportation to and from horse shows
  • Veterinarian appointments and farrier scheduling
  • Use of Centurion therapy blanket or Beemer
  • Standard medical supplies

FEED CHARGES

Please note, special needs agreed to by owner and trainer may result in additional costs to owner.

TRAVEL EXPENSES

Client shall be responsible for all costs incurred, by the Trainer or their agent, in the pursuit of a purchase, sale or lease, regardless of whether or not a purchase, sale or lease is consummated. Representative costs may include transportation, hotel, meals, telephone calls, postage and delivery, etc.

TRAINER PER DIEM

This per diem applies when trainer is required to travel in the pursuit of sale, purchase or lease of horse. Fifty percent (50%) of total per diem will be credited to commission at the close of sale, purchase or lease, if a transaction is completed at the end of this trip. This per diem in not applicable when trainer and/or client tries horses at shows at which they are competing.

COMMISSION

Flat percentage of sale, purchase or lease price.

Payment is due at consummation of transaction with late charges of 5% accruing after 15 days from that date.

TRAINER EXPENSES

A flat rate that includes meals, laundry and local transportation. This fee starts the day your horse arrives at the horse show and continues until the last day your horse is at the show.

HORSE EXPENSES

Divided by number of horses attending show. This fee includes hotels, transportation, airfare and per-diem. Services include grooming, feeding, packing & unpacking, tack room set-up & tear down, buckets, stall cleaning, aisle maintenance, ringside attendance and use of horse show equipment. It includes security, laundry and purchase of necessary supplies. If additional grooms are needed, the cost will be divided by the number of horses. When possible, feed, bedding, tack and grooming stalls will be divided and billed through the horse show office.

PRIZE MONEY

15% of prize money won by horses ridden by Joie Gatlin in classes offering $1,500 or more.

HORSE SHOW DEPOSITS

A Horse Show deposit is due one (1) week prior to the event.

SCHEDULE 2020

JANUARY

Desert Circuit I – January 14-19 – Thermal, CA

Desert Circuit II – January 21-26 – Thermal, CA

 

FEBRUARY

Desert Circuit III – January 28 – February 2 – USHJA Derby – $30,000GP – $100,000GP –  1st Annual Barn Cookoff – Leadline

Desert Circuit IV – February 4 – 9 –  $50,000 USHJA International Derby – $30,000GP – $200,000GP – Family Class

Off Week – February 10 – 16

Desert Circuit V – February 18 – 23 – USHJA National Derby – Pro/Am Hunter Challenge –  FEI CSI 3* $100,000 GP

Desert Circuit VI – February 25 – March 1 – USHJA Hunter Derby – FEI CSI 3* $150,000GP

 

MARCH

Desert Circuit VII – March 3 – 8 – USHJA National Derby – $30,000GP – $100,000GP

Desert Circuit VIII – March 10 – 15 – WCHR – RW Mutch Eq Championship – $50,000 USHJA International Derby – $250,000 Invitational GP – $15,000 U25 Invitational – NAYC Jr/Am Qualifier – Parent Leadline                                 

Blenheim Spring Classic II – March 25 – 29 – FEI CSI 3* – USHJA National Derby – Hunters on the GP field – NAJYR Trial

 

APRIL

SHOWS CANCELLED DUE TO COVID-19

MAY

SHOWS CANCELLED DUE TO COVID-19

JUNE

Temecula Valley National Summer Series – June 24 – 28

 

 

JULY

Huntington Beach Surf Classic – July 2 – 5

Showpark Summer Festival – July 15 – 19 – $25,000 1.40/1.45m Grand Prix (U25) – Hunters on the GP field – West Coast A/O Hunter Challenge – USHJA National Derby

Sonoma HMI  Equestrian Classic – July 22 – 26

Sonoma Giant Steps Charity Classic – July 28 – August 2

 

AUGUST

Blenheim Summer Classic I – August 12 – 16

Blenheim Summer Classic II – August 19 – 23

Split Rock International Tour Bonus Week CSI 2* – August  26 – 30

 

 

 

SEPTEMBER

Split Rock International Jumping Tour Sonoma CSI 2*– September 2 – 6

Blenheim Fall Tournament – September 9 – 13 

International Jumping Festival – September 16 – 20 

Sacramento International Welcome – September 23 – 27

Sacramento International World Cup CSI 3* – September 30 – October 4

 

OCTOBER

National Sunshine Series I – October 28 – November 1

 

 

NOVEMBER

National Sunshine Series II CSI 4* – November 4 – 8

Riders Cup – November 19 22, 2020

 

 

DECEMBER

 

Desert Holiday I  Dec 3 – 6

Desert Holiday II  Dec 10 – 13

THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS 2020

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