Join FCEA for a clinic with International 3-day Event Rider, Sally Cousins. Sally moved through the upper levels of eventing in her teens and by the age of 20 was competing at the highest levels of competition in the world. She recently came home with an 18th place finish at Rolex CCI**** with her TB mare Tsunami III and she has been ranked among the top 10 riders on the USEA leader board and the Leading Lady Rider for USEA for the past 6 years.
Sally’s training method includes a strong emphasis on safety, confidence and competence. She strongly believes that competence and confidence go hand in hand and one is no good without the other. She works with riders to develop confidence and deal with nerves. She works with riders to feel and recognize when things are going wrong and deal with it before it gets worse. She also helps a horse and rider determine which level is appropriate for competition. She understands the external factors that come into play at an event and will help you to determine the margin of error needed to successfully complete each level. For more information on Sally visit her website at www.sallycousins.com.
Kelset Farm is a private eventing facility including an outdoor arena and several XC jumps, including a banks and ditches for all levels.
FMI: contact Kelly at 610.223.9803.
Prices: $85 per ride, $10 auditing fee
$10 FCEA member discount available.
Educational grants and volunteer vouchers accepted.
Entries may be mailed to: Kelly Beaver at 453 Township Line Rd, Elverson, PA
FCEA presents an enjoyable and educational weekend with George Williams. This is the sixth year that we are hosting this clinic, and we are very eagerly looking forward to the activities.
Widely known as president of USDF and for some of the well known horses for which he has been honored to hold the reins, he has a relaxed teaching manner that gets results with nearly all of the horses that he works with.
Learn how to Improve your Dressage scores
by using the "sand box" to your advantage.
A Wonderful afternoon was had by those attending the Ring Craft Clinic with Louise Jordan-Beam, so we are doing it again this time we will concentrate on Geometry. How to make a round circle instead of an egg, how big is a 15 meter circle, how to improve the serpentine and other shape related questions that are asked in the dressage arena. If you would like to get together and figure out how to improve these basics, come over and join the fun.
If you would like us to host a seminar on a topic that you are interested in, please let someone on the Board of Directors know.
Contact Louise to schedule a time.
Sunday, August 17th
Clinic with Sally Cousins at Kelset Farm, Elverson.
FMI: Kelly (610) 223-9803
Improve Your Dressage Scores with Accurate Geometry
Second in a series of clinics with Louise Jordan-Beam.
Hill Road, Elverson
Thursday, August 7th
Old Phila Public House
Rt 100 Pottstown
FMI: Kelly (610) 223-9803
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