Showjumping Clinic- Massey PC- Colin & Toni McIntosh
Evolution Equestrian is proud to present two of New Zealand's most popular international showjumpers and trainers, Colin and Toni are coming to Massey Pony Club for a showjumping clinic on the 14th September, Colin and Toni now reside in California, and run one of the most successful training yards on the West Coast of America.
This is an opportunity not to be missed!
Group Lesson- $120.00 Per Person + $20.00 Ground Fee
4-6 in a group- Both Coaches involved.
Individual Lesson- $155.00 Per Person + $20.00 Ground Fee
Both coaches involved.
Contact Mark Wells to book on messenger or call 0279587825
Limited spaces available.
Payment to be deposited in full at the time of booking.
Cancellation policy- 50% refund on producing a Vet, Farrier, or Doctors Certificate. ( Strictly adhered too )
Toni is an accomplished Grand prix show jumper and has been competing in Grand prix and World cup show jumping competitions for many years with great success with many wins to her credit. She enjoys Coaching riders who want to step to the next level and takes a holistic approach not just focusing on riding, but everything that can help you become a winning team.
Toni has a great eye for your next horse and has being very successful at pairing riders with their next equine partner.
Toni won her first horse grand prix at the age of 14. Regarded as a very stylish and accomplished competitor, Toni has ridden all around the globe and spent time training in the United States with leading hunter/jumper trainers. Toni has produced and sold Grand Prix horses that have been exported around the world. Toni jumped on the New Zealand Grand Prix and World Cup circuit with a team of very competitive horses until moving to the USA in 2004 and is now enjoying competing successfully in Grand Prix here in the USA. Not one to only focus on riding and training, Toni is a TV commentator, providing expert commentary for several major events.
Toni is also famous for her Green Theme which can be seen where ever she competes.
Trainer of many championship winner up and down the west coast USA (2005-2019) from.80cm to Grand Prix winners
Trainer of Norcal 1.20mtr Junior Jumper champion 2018
Trainer of zone 10 children's jumper team member 2018
Winner 1.30mtr Sonoma Classic 2016
Winner Woodside Grand Prix 2015
Trainer of Zone 10 Adult Am year end winner 2014
Rode for New Zealand at Longines Los Angeles Masters CSI5*(2014).
Winner $20,000 CWD Grand Prix of Sonoma (2014).
2nd, $40,000 Shaklee Grand Prix of Sonoma (2014).
Rode for New Zealand in the Fort Langley(Canada) CSI4* (2014)
Rode for New Zealand in the Beijing (China) World Cup Qualifier (2011)
Auckland World Cup Final, 6th (2001).
Gisborne World Cup Qualifier, 4th (2001).
Horse of the Year National Championship Grand Prix, 5th (2001).
Lady Rider of the Year, 5th (2000).
Horse of the Year National Championship Grand Prix, 4th (2000).
Olympic Qualifier, 6th Place (2000).
Hawera Grand Prix Winner (1999).
New Zealand Showjumping Equitation Championship, 2nd (1991).
New Zealand Pony Club Showjumping Individual Champion and team silver (1988).
Telebra Stakes Winner (1987; most prestigious young horse class in New Zealand).
Numerous other Grand Prix placings and wins.
Colin is our resident Olympian who competed for New Zealand on the Olympic show jumping team.
He is also one of the very few recognized International Expert (Level 4) show jumping coaches and is recognized as a Equestrian Sport New Zealand elite show jumping coach.
A lifelong equestrian, who began his show career at a young age and was successful in the show arena nationally winning most of the NZ show jumping titles many times including winning 7 World Cup Classes and represented New Zealand internationally on several teams. Colin is also known for his passion in developing coaching standards to improve the quality of coaching for horses and riders. Colin co-wrote the New Zealand coaching program, which is recognized by the International Group for Qualification and the New Zealand Qualifications Authority. He served as a coaching assessor until moving to the United States in 2004. Colin and Toni were the co-directors of New Zealand's richest show jumping event. They also co-directed the Derby Championships, which were held at their stables.
Colin and Toni moved to the USA 2004 where they owned and ran McIntosh Stables, one of the leading jumper training barns on the West Coast of America. Colin is also the proud father of international showjumper Samantha McIntosh and enjoys following her successful career.
Trainer to many Grand Prix winning riders here on the west coast of America (2005-2019)
Trainer of many Classic and Championship winners of all levels
Trainer/producer of many grand prix winners and numerous other successful showjumpers and eventers.
Trained NZ young rider showjumping teams.
Trained many of New Zealand's top eventing and showjumping riders.
Member New Zealand Showjumping Committee and Executive Committee.
Winner seven World Cup qualifier events.
Two-time New Zealand Grand Prix Rider of the Year.
Four-time Winner New Zealand High Jump Title.
Competed/Trained in Japan, Australia, USA, Korea, England, New Caledonia.
Member of team selector committee for New Zealand.
Member New Zealand Team Samsung FEI Competition (1993).
Member New Zealand Olympic Team, Showjumping in Seoul (1988).
Represented New Zealand World Cup Qualifier in Australia (1982).
Winner New Zealand Horse of the Year Title (1987).
Represented New Zealand three-day eventing in Australia (1971-72).
Competed in Dressage in Australia (1971-72