Millbrook Horse TrialsMillbrook Horse Trials

Thursday, July 27th - Sunday, July 30th, 2023

The Millbrook Horse Trials, taking place in the beautiful rolling hills of the Hudson Valley, is part of a deep rooted equestrian tradition in the Millbrook area. ​MHT showcases four days of dressage, cross-country and show jumping and hosts a lively country fair with vendors, food trucks, a petting zoo and other family activities. Mark your calendars, tell your friends and plan to attend to enjoy four days of exciting competition and family fun in the heart of the Millbrook countryside. General admission is FREE and there is no charge for parking.

Bayhorse Advanced Fence ComplexBayhorse Advanced Fence Complex

Bayhorse is proud to be a sponsor of the Millbrook Horse Trials. Two of our buildings are permanent features on-site at the Millbrook Horse Trials.  A thirty-two foot long lean-to building with an eight foot overhang serves as the Stable Office and a smaller board and batten building is used as the Scorers Building. Our team at Bayhorse also completely renovated a major feature of the course into what is now the Bayhorse Advanced Fence Complex.

MHT Lean-ToMHT Lean-To
MHT B&B ShedMHT B&B Shed
MHT Bayhorse JumpMHT Bayhorse Jump
MHT Trade Fair Shed Row BarnMHT Trade Fair Shed Row Barn
MHT GazeboMHT Gazebo
MHT Greeters Run-In ShedMHT Greeters Run-In Shed

The Millbrook Horse Trials (MHT), a recognized United States Eventing Association (USEA) Event, is an important part of a long equestrian tradition in Dutchess County. Recognized among the region's most prestigious annual sporting events, it attracts Olympic-level, world-class competitors from the United States and abroad. MHT is the largest event in the northeast and the only one with an advanced division.  It was a warm-up for the 2012 London Olympics and the 2014 WEG (World Equestrian Games) in Normandy, France.  In fact, four of the six U.S. riders at the 2014 WEG competed at Millbrook.

While you are here, please take a look at our horse barns and explore our other fine Amish-made buildings and outdoor furniture.