Hello Everyone ,
Well the show season is almost upon us and some of you may still be working out a few bugs . Lucky for you we will be hosting another Dressage Clinic with Ron King to help you be more prepared for the show ring. What is that one thing you would really like to improve on for this year ?? Come out and let us help you with it.
The clinic will be held May 1st.
Location – Dewmont Equestrian Centre .
Cost $60.00 each.
Auditors are welcome at $5.00 each.
As there are only 12 spots available, spots will not be considered reserved until full payment is received.
The following criteria will need to be met to attend :
– require own mount for clinic
– if under the age of 18 an adult must be present with you at the clinic
– competing or riding at dressage training level or above
– brief summary of your riding level and goals for this show season as well as name & age
– liability waiver signed and returned with payment, please email for liability waiver.
Below is a little about Ron and his accomplishments from his website. He has wealth of equestrian experience and knowledge. Ron is very encouraging in his lessons and his students always come away with a smile and feeling of accomplishment.
Ron has been riding for over 30 years and has been involved with horses for as long as he can remember. He began his competitive life as an Eventer, but soon after decided to specialize in Dressage.
Ron spent time living and training in Germany in the nineties with Dressage rider Herbert Naeher and Jumper rider Thomas Michel, where he furthered his knowledge of Dressage and gained experience training a variety of horses.
After moving back to Canada in 1998, Ron began coaching students from Training level to FEI. Shortly thereafter, he opened his own training and coaching business, Blueprint Farm.
Since 2001, Ron has been very active in starting young horses and preparing horses of all ages for the famous RCMP Auction that happens biannually, over the years having prepared over 100 horses. In addition, he has taught in the equine program at the former University of Guelph, Kemptville Campus, and helped several students work towards their Equine Canada Coaching Certification.
Ron has also been a long-time participant in the prestigious Young Dressage Horse Trainers Symposium hosted by Hassler Dressage in the USA, where he had the benefit of working with clinicians such as Steffen Peters, Michael Klimke, Ingo Pape, Ulf Mueller, Anne Gribbons and Scott Hassler.
Ron is an Equine Canada certified Judge and an Equine Canada High Performance Coach Candidate.
I would like to encourage any who can to come. For our younger and beginner riders there will be another clinic focused on you very soon.
Email transfers can be sent to : firstname.lastname@example.org
Rebecca Seinsch\Regional Dressage Chair