This fall, para-dressage, dressage and show jumping riders will have a limited opportunity to train with Great Britain Coach Clive Milkins. This gold medal coach will be available November 15, 16, 17 and November 25, 26, 27, 2013 for lessons. The day rate per rider is $175 while the three-day clinic cost is $500. Both options include 1-hour private lesson each day, auditing and lunch lectures. Equestrians from all countries are invited and riders from all levels are welcome. To register for this “Trainer-in-Residence” please call Joyce Brown at 207-985-0374, or email email@example.com. The double weekend with Clive Milkins is hosted by and takes place at Carlisle Academy at Spring Creek Farm in Lyman, Maine. Scholarships are available through Carlisle Charitable Foundation. Left to right: Ben Harper, Coach Clive Milkins and Sydney Collier. Photo by Lindsay McCall
The U.S. Para-Dressage National Training Symposium is back by popular demand and scheduled for November 20-23 featuring Train the Trainer and the Rider’s Symposium. The West Coast weekend activities will occur at Somerset Farm in Winters, California. Train the Trainer Workshop will be November 20, while the Rider Symposium is November 21-23. Trainers and riders of all levels who are interested in para-dressage are welcome to attend the symposium, however, limited spots are available. The symposium is held in conjunction with Carlisle Academy Integrative Equine Therapy & Sports (the education branch for the USPEA), the United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) and the United States Para Equestrian Association (USPEA). For more information contact Joyce Brown, CarlisleAcademy, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 207-985-0374.
Equine Canada is pleased to announce that Desi Dillingham, MBE, Special Advisor (dressage), has graciously agreed to spearhead building and leading a team of experts to design and implement programs for Canada’s current and future international dressage stars. After an in-depth review and interview process to fill the role of Technical Advisor / Chef d’Equipe for dressage, it was decided not to proceed with filing the role at this time, and that the best course of action for the future of dressage is to draw upon Canada’s own immense pool of expertise and diverse resources. The goal is to create a team that will work collectively to design and implement world-class programs supporting the efforts put forth by Canadian athletes in their quest to represent their country at the highest levels of competition.
Change is in the wind in Florida! Lionshare Dressage is now owned and operated by Caroline Roffman who is hot, hot, hot after her very successful European debut this past summer. Former partner, Endel Ots, is spreading his wings and has set up Endel Ots Dressage at Bethany and Rose Peslar’s Everglades Dressage. The split was an amiable one and we expect great things from both camps!
And if you haven’t heard, Courtney King is pregnant. SO is it a little king or dressage queen in the oven? We may just have to wait and see! Congrats Courtney!
Adrienne Lyle was also “on the set” recently with her beloved Wizard. The scoop is Adrienne is starring in a series of short training videos entitled “Dressage Wiz” with the help of her sponsor Premier Equestrian. A future blockbuster mini series?
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