Fox River Valley


Welcome competitors, volunteers, donors and community!

Established 1970


Below you will find important information and links for competitors, volunteers, and spectators. 

Please check back often for updates as we get closer to competition day.

Volunteer Information

Our team of volunteers are working very hard to bring the 2024 FRVPC HT to you.  Without our group of dedicated volunteers, we would not be able to host this event!  Thank you all for all the help before and during the events.

Additional information about volunteer opportunities will be posted here, so check back often or reach out to express your interest in volunteering!


Volunteer Information


Click on the link below to Sign Up: 


Competitor Information

USEA Omnibus


Open Day: May 7 

Close Day:  June 4


Links to Required Waivers for Riders:

Barrington Hills Park District Waiver

USPC Waiver for Non-members



Ride Times

Entry Status

Stabling will show up on the entry status page when posted.


Facility Information 

Barrington Hills Riding Center

Barrington Countryside Park District

361 Bateman Road Barrington Hills, IL

The Barrington Hills Park District Riding Center consists of 15 acres of land with two barns housing a total of 52 permanent stalls, an indoor arena, an outdoor sand arena, a grass show jumping area and a new sand dressage arena.  Temporary stabling is brought in to accommodate all of the entries for the Horse Trials.  Some of the temporary stabling, dressage rings and warmup, and all of cross country runs on the adjoining Spring Creek Forest Preserve.


From East and South:  I-90 to State Route 59.  North to State Route 62.  West to Bateman Rd.  North to Riding Center on right.

From West:  I-90 to State Route 25.  North to State Route 68. East to Bateman Rd.  North to Riding Center.

From North:   Route 59 South to County Line Rd (Main Street).  West to Bateman Rd. South to Riding Center on left.



FRVPC Horse Trials, hosted by the Fox River Valley Pony Club, are held annually at the Barrington Hills Park District Riding Center and over the adjacent Spring Creek Forest Preserve.   The Fox River Valley Pony Club and the running of this event, along with the FRVPC Mini Event held annually in May, play a vital role in protecting the Spring Creek Forest Preserve and uniting the community to preserve a legacy and lifestyle unique to our area! 

The Spring Creek Forest Preserve is protected through the preservation of its exclusive use as equestrian and pedestrian only park land.  This is made possible by an intergovernmental agreement and partnership between the Barrington Hills Park District and the Cook County Forest Preserve, through which the Fox River Valley Pony Club assumed responsibility for much of the related land management and all of the maintenance of the equestrian jumps and paths over which the event is run, and in turn, the preservation of the unique equestrian nature of the Forest Preserve.  Part of the work of the Club involves clearing invasive species which contribute to the restoration of native plants and animals in the Forest Preserve.  This forest preserve, with the Barrington Hills Riding Center as its primary access point, serves as a "hub" of the trail system in Barrington Hills. 

We encourage you to learn more About the Fox River Valley Pony Club and all of the Fox River Valley Pony Club Activities!


Be a part of our community legacy! 

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FRVPC is a 501(c)(3) Educational Organization and your donation is tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.