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2101, 2015


By |January 21st, 2015|Categories: Blog|2 Comments

It’s a new year and that means yet another migration to Aiken, SC.             I welcomed the end of 2014 gladly and have been preparing for what hopefully, fingers crossed, will be a great year. It has all the makings to be just that. […]

410, 2014

Plantation Field HT- Back Again

By |October 4th, 2014|Categories: Blog|0 Comments

First real official blog on the new site- only seems fitting that it's re-capping Plantation Field HT. My original website launched shortly after Plantation Field 3 years ago and my first few blogs were focused [...]

1809, 2014

New Website Excitement!

By |September 18th, 2014|Categories: Blog|0 Comments

We’ve been working on this new site for what seems like ages but it’s all been worth it as Benita and I are thrilled to have officially “teamed up” to form Plain Dealing Farm Eventing and the launch of this new site sort of makes it official…even though we’ve been a team already for most of our lives.  […]

1809, 2014

PhotoBlog: Benita’s adventures at Blenheim Palace International HT

By |September 18th, 2014|Categories: Blog|0 Comments

Dassett Eventing attended Blenheim Palace International HT 2014 and, after a quick trip home to Virginia, Benita accompanied them […]

1809, 2014

Update: Benita’s Adventures in England- Purston Manor HT

By |September 18th, 2014|Categories: Blog|0 Comments

From Benita:  September 17th, 20014 Today I competed at Purston Manor Horse Trials with both Jessica (“Miss Dynamic”) and Aoife (“Cooley All Out”) in the BE100 class, which is equivalent to Training level in the US. […]

2508, 2014

Gatcombe HT- Dassett Eventing is going to Burghley!

By |August 25th, 2014|Categories: Blog|0 Comments

On Friday August 1st, the Dassett team headed to Gatcombe Horse Trials to compete four of the young horses in the Burghley Young Event Horse class.  I decided to tag along for the day to watch the young event horse class, do a bit of shopping in the epic trade fair, and mostly just to see Gatcombe. […]