Mullet Hall in the spring!

CAA Driving WeekendDetails for the CAA Driving Weekend at Mullet Hall, Johns Island, SC are available here!

We’re returning to Mullet Hall Equestrian Center on Johns Island, S.C. so that members can take advantage of the twenty-plus
miles of beautiful carriage trails. Mullet Hall’s permanent stalls and bathrooms (with showers) offer the best of accommodations for horses and people. Stalls are available at a special rate of $25 per stall for the duration of your stay.

This casual, fun weekend is open to anyone wanting to bring driving or riding horses. We will have a welcome party on Thursday, April 6, and a casual lunch on Saturday, April 8. CAA Driver Proficiency Evaluations will be available, on a sign-up  basis, on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday.  Otherwise, you are free to enjoy the facility as you wish.

Get ready for Windsor!

Details for the 2017 trip are available here!

The 2017 CAA Trip to the Royal Windsor Horse Show includes:
• Six nights’ accommodations (room type of your choice; rooms are allotted on a first-come, first-served basis)
• Full english breakfast daily
• Afternoon tea on Tuesday
• Welcome reception and dinner on Wednesday
• entrance tickets to the Royal Windsor Horse Show (Wednesday through Sunday)
• Covered grandstand seats and admittance to the members’enclosure at the horse show
• drinks party hosted by George & Eileen Bowman
• After-marathon drinks party at the Christopher Hotel
• Farewell dinner on Sunday
• … and other surprises yet to be confirmed!

2017 CAA Learning Weekend

Join us in sunny Florida this winter for a gathering of carriage and driving enthusiasts from around the world. Our 2017 CAA Learning Weekend will be February 2–5 at The Grand Oaks in Weirsdale, Florida. Additional details and registration forms available here.

Discussions include:

Bits and Their Uses – Steve Holm
CAA Driver Proficiency Program – Jerry Trapani
CAA Trips – Jill Ryder
The Carriage Journal Magazine: now available for online research
Cleaning Harness – Lucas Iking
CMA “What is it?” Display
FFA Carriage Restoration Project
Making of the Gala Harness – Henk Van Der Wiel
Research on the Life of Empress Elisabeth – Allison Pataki
Restoration of the Armbruster Dress Chariot – Patrick Schroven
The Whip and How To Use It – David Saunders

Register online via our bookstore.

Among the special events will be the presentation of the Armbruster Dress Chariot, Brewster Basket Phaeton, and the Brewster Skeleton Break.

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Helping preserve our horse-drawn heritage for over 50 years.