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Welcome to the Nokesville Horse Society.
The Nokesville Horse Society is a service organization
committed to the education and promotion of equestrian
activities for the enjoyment and recreation of all residents of
Northern Virginia.
Crystal Crown
Trail Rides
Trail Rides
NHS would like to thank the following persons who have contributed/helped NHS: Luck Stone-Bull Run Plant / Cleve Benton, Affordable Farm Services, Mowing of Sky Meadows for Crystal Crown Judged Pleasure Ride / Dean Ely, New Virginia Tractor of Manassas (donation of Gators for Manassas and Nokesville parades) / Joe London Training LLC (In partnership with NHS), Host Quadrille/Drill Team Clinics and Gaited Show / Sue Fanelli, Show Manager for  Gaited Show and English Show Series  / Cherie Leporatti, Show Manager for Western Show Series / Katrina Bills, Instructor for Beginner Jumping Clinics  / Erika Andrews, Instructor for Obstacle Clinics / David Herbert, NHS Webmaster .... Contact NHS to find out how you can help too.
For additional information regarding the Nokesville Horse Society,
please contact: Patty Lugiano at 703-623-7491
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We have secured Show Managers for both the English and Western Show Series.  Huge
thanks to Sue Fanelli who will manage the English Series and Cherie Leporatti who will
manage the Western Series.  We are currently working on the Show dates and will have
that posted here very soon.  Stay tuned.

Click here for a Summary of Show Manager Duties

Show Season Wraps Up
Congratulations to all of the winners in the 2014 Show Season and many thanks to all who

Click here to see the 2014 overall Western and English points!
To Qualify for Western Year End Awards - attend 4 shows
To Qualify for English Year End Awards - attend 3 shows
For both you must volunteer 8 hours - see your show manager for more information.
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HAPPY NEW YEAR NHS……………..It’s a new year, with a new NHS Board of Directors and perhaps a new direction with an increased emphasis on following our Club motto of “Something for Everyone!” 

As your President, it has already become clear to me that the ladies who constitute the rest of the Board and Director positions are determined to make fun the guiding light of what NHS is all about.  Your Board consists of folks who have “been there, done that” and have stepped forward to put that knowledge and their time toward making NHS fun and educational for everyone.  We have trainers, successful Crystal Crown JPR riders, successful English and Western riders, extreme event riders, barn managers and more.  But, what’s more is the abundance of new ideas and the already demonstrated ability of this board to “make it happen”…..turning ideas into action. I’m impressed with their creativity and “we can do that” attitude.  You, the members need to step forward too and tell us what you would like to do….give us your ideas.  But do keep in mind and be prepared to contribute some of your volunteer time towards helping us do these fun events. 

A Club such as ours is only as strong and successful as the membership allows it to be.  Take a look at the new and improved NHS website.
Also, know that we are planning multiple obstacle clinics, beginner jumping clinics, gaited clinics, parades, new venue monthly trail rides, English and Western shows (if we can secure Show Managers), quadrilles, 1-2 JPR’s and more!  To get these things done, I ask for your support by attending our Monthly Member Meetings so you can put forth your ideas and  comment on the ideas of others……it’s your Club and, with your help we will seek to turn your ideas into reality.

In closing, I can’t help but remember when as a former President of the Battlefield Equestrian Society and then Equestrian Liaison to the Manassas Nat’l Battlefield Park, I had several occasions to speak to the NHS membership.  NHS was always a fun group….sociable, lighthearted and a group that I had a special interest in supporting.  It is my sincere hope that I can be of service to you, the general membership, and with the help of this talented Board, move NHS forward towards being everything it can be.

Let’s get it done!


Frank Boberek
President, Nokesville Horse Society

NHS will be participating in the St. Patrick's Day Parade on March14, 2015 at 11AM.  We will be parking in the Commuter Lot D located at 9020 Prince William Street, Manassas VA 20110.  Please be at the parking area before 9 am.  At 10 am we need to be mounted and ready to ride to our designated waiting area for the parade.  NHS will be dressing in GREEN.  Surprise.  Insurance Coverage requires that all parade participants be NHS Members.  We also need a copy of the current Coggins on the horse you will be riding.  If you wish to join us, please contact Rose Murphy on rmurphy@erissecurity.com or Marian Cloud on nokesvillecloud900@gmail.com

Spring is going to get here I promise! Time to clean out the tack room and the trailers and the back seat of your car.  The Annual NHS tack Swap is set for April 18th at Southern States in Manassas.  In tradition, S. States is teaming with the Nokesville Horse Society and will have their customer appreciation day as well and will be offering discounts on store merchandise.  There will be an equine nutritionist to discuss your horses needs, Jay Yankey from the PW Soil and Water Coop.to discuss pasture management, and Deep Wood Vets will be on site offering rabies vaccines for your dogs and cats at a discounted fee.

To reserve your table, please complete the application form.  Also if you are not a member, please complete a membership form.

Thanks and see you there!