In case you missed the first two recaps from William Fox-Pitt’s recent clinic in Ocala, here are the links: dressage and show jumping. Thanks so much for sharing, Laura! Check out Laura’s blog, Tales from a Bad Eventer (editor’s note:...» 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!
Laine Ashker was nothing short of superwoman this past weekend, teaching all day Friday at Candle Light Farms in northeast Ohio, then flying back to Virginia to support her mom Valerie in her final stop on her...» Read More!
William Fox-Pitt brought the heat to the West Coast this weekend in a two-part clinic presented by Scott Hayes Productions, in partnership with Dragonfire Farm and Copper Meadows Eventing. Beginning up north at Earl and...» Read More!
Fitch’s Corner, owned by Fernanda Kellogg and Kirk Henckels, hosted its eighth annual Memorial Day clinic with Boyd and Silva Martin this past weekend. As Boyd’s only clinic before the Olympic Games in Rio this summer,...» Read More!
Samantha Clark braved the cold and rain all day today to interview riders as they were coming off of the cross country course. We posted these videos as they came up in our open thread...» 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!
There was much to be learned in last week’s Ocala ICP Symposium, held at the beautiful Longwood Farm South. Featuring clinics and lectures from David O’Connor and Silvio Mazzoni, the U.S. Chef d’Equipe and U.S....» Read More!
It’s pretty incredible to come to Ocala and essentially have your pick of who you’d like to train with. It’s a golden opportunity and one that I am doing my best to take full advantage...» 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!
While many of us still were sidelined in a post-Christmas coma, Area II adult amateur Malinda Lawrence was getting a jump start on her season at the first-ever Fork Stables Winter Camp. Led by Sinead Halpin and...» 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!
We are all familiar with Brody Robertson’s successful show jump design business, but did you know he’s also a well accomplished rider and effective clinician to boot? Area IV riders got to experience a Brody...» Read More!
When you have the opportunity to clinic with the fifth-ranked rider in the world, you take it. Even if you haven’t shown in over a year. Even if you’ve jumped all of two times in the...» Read More!
Sarah Geikie may be a revered dressage teacher now, but her eventing accolades are nothing to sniff at either. After earning her USPC “B” rating, competing up to Preliminary Level and getting a degree in Animal...» Read More!
Hawley Bennett-Awad recently stopped over in Kansas City for a three-day clinic including dressage lessons and jumping lessons out in a jump field at West End Farm. As usual, she brought a whole arsenal of...» Read More!
November here can be wicked, but in a truly kindly fashion, Ontario saved some of its most beautiful fall weather for Buck Davidson’s two-day clinic at the Hamblys’ Glenarden Farms, near Fergus, in southern Ontario...» Read More!
Boyd Martin and Phillip Dutton hosted an educational symposium this past Sunday at Windurra USA in Cochranville, Pennsylvania, teaching a crowd of more than 100 people in an action-packed day...» 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!
Long since converted to “that friend” who borrows a horse for the occasional weekend ride, I still enjoy the occasional chance to attend clinics with top professionals in any capacity I can, especially when it...» 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!