One trip to Ocala, two seminars, three days of education … mark your calendars for Feb. 20-22, when an educational opportunity will be taking place in Ocala that you won’t want to miss!
In the past the USEA Instructors’ Certification Program (ICP) and the USEA’s Future Event Horse (FEH) and Young Event Horse (YEH) Programs have hosted their educational symposiums separately. But for 2017 they are teaming up to provide USEA members the opportunity to access both learning experiences in one place.
Here’s what you need to know about the two concurrent symposiums:
What: USEA ICP Symposium, featuring Australian Olympian, Burghley CCI4* and Le Lion d’Angers winner Chris Burton
When: Monday, Feb. 20 (dressage) and Tuesday, Feb. 21 (cross country)
Where: Longwood Farm South
Cost: $50 for a single day fee for the general public, or a $35 fee for ICP certified instructors, USEF licensed officials, or those who are attending any days of the FEH/YEH symposium. The two-day fee is $60 for ICP certified instructors or USEF licensed officials, or $90 for the general public.
What: USEA Training and Education of the Young Eventing Horse Symposium, featuring Irish young horse producer and judge Chris Ryan, Olympian Leslie Law and ICP clinician Chris Burton
When: Monday, Feb. 20 (FEH) and Wednesday, Feb. 22 (YEH)
Where: Morning classroom sessions at the Clubhouse at the Ocala Jockey Club, afternoon live horse sessions at Longwood Farm South
Cost: One-time fee of $50, whether you choose to attend one or both days. Attendees may audit both Monday and Wednesday for $50 total, then receive a discount to audit the ICP Symposium on Tuesday for only $35.