Fundraising to support our cross-country course is still important!

Maintenance and improvement of our cross country course takes a lot of work and a lot of money. We are a not for profit organization and invest all monies received or earned thru fundraising events into our course. Our amazing board who receives no renumeration or salaries, and a cadre of hard core volunteers, dedicate thousands of hours of their personal time and sweat labor to make it all happen.  We've invested over $150,000 in our course, not counting in-kind donations and volunteer labor, but still need more to refine the footing, expand tracks, add additional challenges for all levels, and finish our Preliminary course. Lease fees, insurance, and general operations costs hover around $10,000 a month. Please help us with donations, sponsorships or fundraising.

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Jump sponsorship remains a fantastic way to help us and get recognition for yourself or your organization.  Would you like to sponsor one?

As a jump sponsor your name, or the name of your company or organization, will be displayed on a cross country jump at the Pima County Fair Grounds. Legacy jump sponsorships receive permanent recognition; Basic level jump sponsorships run a full year (over two sanctioned Horse Trials) and are recognized in our newsletter, event premiums, and programs, and are listed on our website. We also offer advertising options with a banner displayed at clinics and events. Please see our Sponsorship Form for details and pricing.


Our course designer, Adri Lea Doyal, is doing amazing things at the PCF!

Adri is an FEI level, international course designer who brings enthusiasm, innovation, technical precision, and creativity to our project.  Feedback from our first Horse Trials in March 2018 affirmed for us that she is the right woman for the job. Contact us if you are able to volunteer your time to expanding and maintaining our course.

"The event held at the Pima County Fairgrounds and run by SAzEA is going to be a top notch event. The facilities that they are starting with are wonderful. The arenas are large and well maintained with excellent footing. The stabling is excellent and enclosed so perfect if there is bad weather.  To top it off, the natural desert footing is very good on the cross country course. For the first event, the quality of the courses and the attention to detail on the cross country were amazing. The courses are absolutely beautifully built and rode very well.  I would love to see this event add more levels and grow. I believe it has all the right components to be one of the top events in the southwest. "  Barb Crabo, top level four-star event rider and owner/trainer Four Peak's Farm