On Dec. 2-3, Mid-South Eventing & Dressage Association welcomed David O’Connor to the bluegrass for two-day educational forum. The first day consisted of in-seat education — read highlights from that in Part 1 here. The second...» Read More!
I confess, that when my non-horsey husband gave me a two day pass to audit Carl Hester’s Oct. 21-22 Masterclass in Palgrave, Ontario, I was amazed (how on earth did he come up with that!)...» Read More!
While it feels like most of the general population has migrated south for the winter, those up north are trucking through trying to stay warm and keep their skills up to par. Jackie Smith of...» Read More!
Having spent a year attempting to channel William Fox-Pitt, I was pretty darn excited when I saw he was going to be teaching a clinic in Ocala. Unfortunately the timing was such that all my...» Read More!
Hawley Bennett-Awad, USEA ICP Level IV instructor and two-time member of the Canadian Olympic Eventing squad came to True North Farm in Harwich, MA for a 2-day eventing clinic focused on show jumping and cross...» Read More!
It was slightly surprising to find Sinead Halpin teaching a full two days of lower level eventers this weekend at Antebellum Farm in Georgetown, Kentucky, as in just a couple of weeks time I’m hoping...» Read More!
Springtime resolutions to improve riding were helped along in the St. Louis area by Sarah Monfort’s Fat Possum Farm bringing the legendary Bernie Traurig to the Midwest for a two day clinic April 2 and...» Read More!
It was one of those cross country clinics that makes you think, “Why haven’t we had him out before? After all he is the master cross country rider of all time.” While I was out...» Read More!
Richard Lamb recently visited Silverthorn Farm in Athens, Georgia to teach a weekend clinic for riders in the area. Riders had the choice of either cross country or show jumping focus for the clinic and...» Read More!
This post originally appeared on EN’s sister site, Horse Nation. This past weekend I had the absolute privilege of attending a George Morris clinic in Wilsonville, Oregon. I am primarily a dressage rider, but have...» Read More!
What a treat it is to have the opportunity to learn from an established upper level rider! This was my personal first attempt at organizing a clinic, and the magnitude of responsibility is enough for...» Read More!
Intimidated by the thought of taking a jumping clinic taught by a famous international competitor or, say, Olympic medalist? Don’t be! U.S. Chef d’Equipe of Eventing David O’Connor is a world famous eventer and Olympic...» Read More!
First, let me compliment Greenwood Farm (and Christie Tull and her crew): the facilities are simply fantastic. The first day of the Area V Adult rider clinic was a perfect central Texas day. Though it...» Read More!