Ten Broeck Farm

Ten Broeck Farm Welcomes International Clinician Frenk Jespers

Friday, April 23- Sunday, April 25
Riding and In-Hand Conformation Clinic

Unfortunately the Frenk Jespers Riding and In Hand clinic scheduled for this weekend at Ten Broeck Farm has been cancelled.

Registrations have been lower than anticipated and Frenk’s travel plans have been severely compromised by the air traffic situation caused by volcanic ash. He is unable to arrive as planned.

Our apologies for any inconvenience. We hope to see you soon at another event.

It’s a tradition and great honor when Frenk Jespers visits from the Netherlands he shares a wealth of international experience at Ten Broeck Farm in Pepperell, MA.

Join us for an exclusive 3-day Dressage and Young Horse clinic:
Friday, April 23: Dressage Clinic
Saturday, April 24: Dressage Clinic; An Evening with Frenk Jespers
Sunday, April 25: Breed Confirmation & Handling (morning); Dressage Clinic (Afternoon)

Discounts for NEDA members and pre-registered auditing. Ten Broeck Farm thanks NEDA for all their support with this international clinic.

Phil Silva available to assist with handling (on-site and advance lessons), click here for more.

Frenk Jespers is famous throughout Europe and his native Holland as an accomplished rider, trainer, breeder and judge. Recently, Jespers left his position after serving nine years as a member of the Royal Warmblood Studbook of the Netherlands (KWPN) Stallion Selection Committee to focus more on training.

In addition to attending all the prominent European shows, Frenk is a KWPN judge, trainer and coach to Grand Prix rider Kirsten Beckers (who rides the approved KWPN stallion Jazz) and also coaches the Turkish Olympic team.

This is rare opportunity to learn from years of true international experience. The clinic promises a highly interactive session for auditors when Frenk evaluates the conformation and movement of each horse using the KWPN linear scoring.

Frenk brings a unique combination of expertise to the arena. His astute eye for conformation and breeding experience is transferred under saddle where riders can benefit from his profound feedback. He also spends a great deal of time evaluating each horse for confirmation and explains in detail as he goes.

Questions? Email us at tenbroeckfarm@charter.net

Sponsorships are also available for this high visibility event.


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