“If you can dream it, we can build it.” Those are words to live by at Brody Robertson Show Jumps, whose signature creations are easy to spot at events around the country: Rolex, Carolina International, Plantation Field and here at Richland Park.
Brody is a third-generation equestrian, the son of two international Grand Prix riders, and a Grand Prix rider/trainer, judge, course designer and USEF/USHJA committee chair. What started out as a passion for building jumps for his own farm, Altamonté Show Stable in Missouri, turned into a full-fledged operation specializing in creative custom jumps.
Of course, we’re partial to this one:
The 2016 course, designed by Marc Donovan, shares a few jumps with last year’s track — after all, Richland wouldn’t be complete without its corn jump!
… but there are some fun new additions as well. Lots of animals on course this year, we see!
Check out the rest of the course:
Check out more of Brody’s work on his website here.
Richland show jumping resumes this morning — we’re looking forward to seeing how it all shakes out! Keep it locked here to find out.