Dressage Clinic with Olympic Bronze Medalist Allison Brock
Join us on August 22-23, 2020 at Alterra Farm
USDF Gold, Silver & Bronze Medalist and 2016 Rio Olympic Bronze Medalist, Ali Brock, based in Wellington, FL will be joining us for a two day clinic. Originally from Hawaii, she grew up with exposure to many disciplines, including but not limited to, English, Western, Jumping, Dressage, Pony Club, exercising polo ponies, and natural horsemanship. As an avid promoter of our sport of dressage and horses in general, Ali loves to bring her wealth of knowledge to help riders of all levels.
Farm is located at 280 Porter's Mill Rd, Pottstown, PA
Refunds for cancellations will only be given (minus $25 office fee) if the ride slot can be filled.
Preference for rides will be as follows: (Riders that applied for the postponed clinic will get first choice in attending this clinic.)
FCEA Member preference
Riding both days preferred
Level of Rider & Horse (we will be looking to have a range of riders from Training Level through Grand Prix)
For those that are looking to bring multiple horses; we will allow 1 ride time per rider per day. Will allow for different horses each day. If there are open rides we will consider allowing for a 2nd ride. (Please fill out application for each horse regardless)
Rider Fees: 45 Min Private Lesson - includes 1 grooms pass & auditing
Clinic is limited to 12 Rides per day
FCEA Members $275/day $550/weekend (grants accepted)
Non-Members $315/day $630/weekend*Ride fees include 1 accompanying attendee audit pass*
Stabling will be available at Alterra Farms (bring own shavings, buckets, etc) will need to make payment to Alterra Farms when you arrive. $40/day
Pre-Registration on striderpro.com closes August 10th.
FMI Contact Kadie Walmer at
Dressage Clinic with Internation Grand Prix Rider George Williams
September 12-13, 2020 at Ardara Farm, 602 Jennersville Rd, Cochranville, PA
A successful national and international dressage competitor, Mr Williams, the youngest of nine children, was raised with horses. He has trained with many of the well known dressage greats: Karl Milkolka, Egon von Neindorff, Major Hector Carmona, Melle van Brugen, Klaus Balkenhol. He believes that all horses can be improved through the correct usage of dressage principles. Many dressage enthusiasts know him as: the former head trainer of the Temple Farms’ Lipizzans, or the rider of the floppy eared
mare, Rocher, or as recent past President of USDF. Through this clinic, you will see that his talents as a rider are also complemented by his great gift as a trainer and teacher. “Each horse has a different personality,” says George. “Horses have pretty much meant everything to me. They have shared basically all aspects of my life – as a boy growing up, my first adventures away from home as
a young man, my career as an adult, and I met my wife through horses. They are the reason I live where I live. I can't think of much that they have not influenced. I feel very fortunate, for, how many people can make a career out of their passion?”
Registration opens August 1st (postmark).
August 14 update - the clinic is full, but still accepting for wait list.
Members: $200/ride Education Grants from members in good standing may be used
Pre-registration: $20/person/day received on or before 9/8/2020
Walk-In Registration*: $30/person/day received on or after 9/9/2020
Walk-In After Lunch rides only* $20/person/½ day * if social distancing allows
FCEA members: $5 discount Vouchers may be used
Individual Lesson viewing: $5/ride Correct Change is appreciated
FMI contact Fay Seltzer
Clicker Training with Katie Bartlett - POSTPONED
Learn how you can use clicker training to “solve” behavior problems, teach new behaviors and improve your relationship with your horse!
Tues., April 14: Seminar @ Equine Exchange - basic seminar do you think you are interested in this clinic. Start here. Then enroll in the course
Fri., April 24: Seminar - 6pm - 8pm
Sun., April 26: Clinic - Starting at 9am
Fees: Participant - Seminar & Clinic: $
Auditor 2 days: $
Includes light refreshments and lunch Sunday.
What is clicker training? A brief overview.
Initiate and shape behavior.
Choosing treats and feeding safely.
Training game: Learn how to get started – practice training humans first!
Sunday Clinic: Work with your horse in 3 short, individual rotating sessions.
Katie Bartlett discovered clicker training in 1999 and has studied extensively with Alexandra Kurland, a pioneer in the development of clicker training for horses. You can find more about Katie on her website www.equineclickertraining.com. She publishes regularly on her blog, http://www.equineclickertraining.wordpress.com and has written a book called “Teaching Horses with Positive Reinforcement,” which is available from Amazon.
Register at Strider Pro.