Dressage 4 Kids Young Breeders Clinic with Britta Johnston
November 7, 2010
Ten Broeck Farm
This clinic is designed to educate young people about breeding care, presenting horses in hand, free jumping, and judging conformation. This will be a great learning experience to evaluate the suitability of sport horses of all different breeds.
The participants will learn to judge the horse's potential from the ground. They will learn about the horses' conformation, and how to evaluate the horses' strong and weak points. They will learn how to present the horses in-hand, evaluating free-jumping, and classroom theory.
- Participants can be any age.
- Participants should wear gloves, comfortable pants to the ankle and sneakers for running.
- Participants should be prepared to run next to a horse. (horses provided)
- Participants will only be watching and judging the free jumping and will not have to do any actual free-jumping.
$75 to participate if preregistered before Oct. 25th
$90 after Oct. 25th
$35 to audit (all auditors are welcome)
Mail check, name, address, age if under 25, email, and contact number to:
361 Deephole Rd, Calverton NY 11933
Make checks payable to Dressage 4 Kids
For more information contact Marie at firstname.lastname@example.org
About Britta Johnston
Britta began riding at the age of six in Germany where she was trained in Dressage, Show Jumping, Eventing, and Vaulting. She earned her bronze medal at the age of 13 and her silver medal at the age of 16 from the German Riding Federation. Specializing in dressage training, Britta has 22 years of experience starting young horses and training them through the FEI levels. Through her childhood years in the breeding regions of Germany, Britta also gained a wealth of knowledge in the science of breeding excellent sporthorses. Recently, she was invited to be a demonstration rider at the 2004 USDF National Dressage Symposium.The training offered by Britta Johnston is rooted in the Classic German training system that has proven successful for many years. This training emphasizes suppleness and balance at all levels of training.
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