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Central Chapter hosts Shelly Reichart in October
October 18 - 19
WDCTA's Central Chapter is hosting a 2-day clinic with Shelly Reichart at Paradigm Farm. Shelly Reichart's experience as a trainer, rider and competitor and her collaboration with top professionals, gives her excellent insight in developing both horses and riders. She is dedicated to helping her students find harmony with their horses through consistent, persistent, and positive training.
Shelly's competitive achievements include winning USDF Regional Championship titles through Grand Prix and being ranked in the Top 10 in the USDF Grand Prix Horse of the Year. She was Reserve Champion at the 2010 USEF National Young Horse Central Selection Trials and earned an invitation to the USEF National Young Horse Championships. With her Hanoverian gelding, Welttaenser, she has won several American Hanoverian Society Grand Prix Champion and FEI Level Horse of the Year titles. In 2012, Shelly and Welttaenser were named to the United States Equestrian Federation's High Performance Dressage Grand Prix Long List/Ranking List. In 2013, Shelly and Welttaenser were invited to compete at the US Dressage Nationals at Grand Prix and placed sixth amongst the best of the best in the country.
Book Signing Party! Save the Date!
August 29, 2015
Results for June 2015 Captial Mini Event
Sadly, due to the wet conditions, we had to drop cross country and only run the CME One (June) as a 2 phase event only (dressage and stadium jumping). Clinic riders did get to preview the cross country course and jump some of the fences with better footing on Saturday. NOTE: all riders from the mini-event are invited to school the cross country course at The Horse First FREE. Just call Kelly Messera to make arrangements!
Click "Read More" for the June results!
WDCTA SW Chapter Presents the 2015 Capital Mini-Events
Next event: August 22-23, 2015 at The Horse First Farm
For both dates, the first day will be a clinic with a Dressage and a Jumping Clinician. The second day competitors will actually compete in the three phases: Dressage, Cross-Country Jumping and Stadium Jumping.
Two levels of jumps: Elementary Junior and Senior Divisions (fence max 18" and dressage test is USDF Intro C), and Beginner Novice Jr and Sr divisions (fence max 2'7",and dressage test USDF Beginner Novice B) . Ribbons for the first 8 place in each division.
Read on for more information!
Southwest Chapter Hosting Janet Foy Clinic Series in 2015
The next clinic is just weeks away: August 29-30! Join us to audit or contact the organizer if you would like to ride!
Whether you are just getting started in dressage or are riding at the upper levels, Janet has great insights to help you improve your riding and your work with your horse. Not a dressage rider? All the basics learned during Janet's clinics apply to any discipline: western, hunter/jumper, eventing, even driving! Check out the ride times for the next clinic below. New riders and auditors are always welcome!
Janet Foy NEW Book Signing! SAVE THE DATE - Saturday, August 29.