World Class Grooming Announces ​Lee Lee Jones Benefit Clinic & Silent Auction

Lee Lee in her happy place. Photo by Cindy Lawler. Lee Lee in her happy place. Photo by Cindy Lawler.

In recent months the eventing community hasn’t held back in its efforts to support Lee Lee Jones, who suffered a traumatic brain injury in a fall just before Christmas.

The most recent gesture comes from World Class Grooming, whose creators Emma Ford and Cat Hill provide clinics, training and seminars in addition to having co-authored a book by the same name.

On May 7, from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., they will be hosting a benefit clinic at Kate Hicks’ Cedar Springs Farm in Cochranville, PA. One-hundred percent of the profits will go directly toward assisting with Lee Lee’s medical costs, rehabilitation and care.

The one day clinic will cover a variety of topics ranging from barn management to body clipping and show turnout — check out a sample clinic schedule here. Triple Crown has kindly donated a free signed book to every participant. Cost of the clinic is $90 for pre-registration $110 for week-of registration. To sign up or for more information, click here.

​In addition to the clinic, a silent auction featuring everything from braiding services to lessons with Olympians will go live on April 22. Please visit the World Class Grooming Facebook page for links and details.

Go Eventing. #LeeLeeStrong