VHC Eventing Presented by Capital Square

Following the First Horse Inspection, which kicked off the competition at VHC Eventing, presented by Capital Square, its green lights and all systems go. The Ground Jury for the CCI2*-L and CCI1*-L divisions assessed all 26 combinations entered for competitive readiness, accepting all pairs with no holds or representations.

I Love My Horse presented a Best Turned Out Award for the First Horse Inspection, giving a $150 gift certificate to Isabelle Blair and Get It Together, who are competing in the CCI2*-L.  

Ridden competition begins on Friday, with an action-packed weekend awaiting our horses and riders. Friday’s schedule includes dressage and show jumping for the Preliminary, Intermediate, Advanced/Intermediate, Advanced CT, and FEI divisions. 

The general event schedule, including ride times and orders of go, can be found here

Competitors and spectators are invited to attend some special events on Friday, including an opportunity to meet the Capital Square team and get hydrated at the Stave Mill Pavillion from 12 p.m. until 3 p.m. There will also be a reception with refreshments at the Stave Mill Pavillion during show jumping, sponsored by Triple Crown, from 3 p.m. until 4:30 p.m. 

VHC Eventing also has some volunteer opportunities available throughout the weekend. Interested parties can sign up for a volunteer shift here

Relevant Links:

VHC Eventing website

Ride Times, Orders of Go, Schedule

Live Scores


Getting Back in the Saddle Can Pay Dividends with Louis Rogers of Capital Square

When Louis Rogers saddles up, you’d never guess that less than a year ago, he had a fall that left him unconscious, with thirteen broken ribs, a collapsed lung, a fractured collar bone and a cervical fracture. The placement of his injuries suggested the twelve-hundred-pound horse he’d been riding had also stepped on him.

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VHC Eventing Capital Square Spotlight: Inside Look at Rider Preparations

Brazilian Olympian André Parro, experienced groom-turned-rider Rachael Livermore, and CCI3* level eventer Michael Willham are among the participants this weekend. Each brings unique insights and aspirations to the competition.

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Brazilian Olympian André Parro, experienced groom-turned-rider Rachael Livermore

Vicky Castegren and Hyperion Stud: A Journey to Equine Excellence

Vicky Castegren, the force behind Hyperion Stud, began her equestrian journey as a jumper rider, balancing her passion for competition with a burgeoning interest in breeding. In 2000, she launched her first business, purchasing her first broodmare in foal within a few years. Initially, breeding was more of a hobby as she concentrated on her riding career.

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Vicky Castegren

About Capital Square

Capital Square is the presenting sponsor of VHC Eventing. 

Capital Square’s founder and co-CEO, Louis Rogers, an amateur eventer and horse owner himself, understands the connection between real estate investments and eventing. A strong foundation, a well-planned strategy, hard work, attention to detail and true partnership can lead to powerful results. The Capital Square team is proud to return as the presenting sponsor of VHC Eventing.

Since 2012, Capital Square has helped investors navigate tax-advantaged real estate offerings.

The company’s experienced, investor-centric team provides a successful foundation for investment opportunities, including:

  • Delaware statutory trusts as replacement properties for 1031 exchanges
  • Qualified opportunity zones
  • Private investment offerings

For more information, visit Capital Square.