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Mark Leone Jumping Clinic

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May 6&7

at Journey's End Farm, Glenmore, PA


Saturday - flatwork and grids       Sunday - coursework

Non-Member:   $140/ride or $260/weekend
FCEA Member: $125/ride $230/weekend

Groups of 4-5

Auditing fee - $25/day $40/weekend
FCEA Member $20/day $30/weekend

A few private lesson times may be available.

Mark Leone has more than 30 years of experience as both a winning international show jumping rider and leading trainer. Even before opening the highly successful Ri-Arm Farm, his family name was synonymous with excellence in the equestrian world.

A native of New Jersey, Mark began riding at the age of 5. During his junior years he had countless victories, including being named Best Child Rider at The Devon Horse Show and the Pennsylvania National Horse Show, where he also won the AHSA Medal Finals. He and his older brothers Armand and Peter, dubbed the notorious "Team Leone," quickly became a force to be reckoned with in the jumper ranks.

In 1987, Mark opened his full service equestrian facility in scenic Bergen County, New Jersey and that same year stepped into the international show spotlight competing as a member of the United States Equestrian Team. Since then he has ridden on 29 Nation’s Cup Teams and in 10 World Cup Finals.

In 1988 Mark was awarded the prestigious Lionel Guerrand-Hermes Trophy followed by countless Grand Prix triumphs at top international competitions, including The Winter Equestrian Festival, The National Horse Show, and The Washington International Horse Show, where he won the President’s Cup Grand Prix, and on three separate occasions, topped the field to win the exciting Puissance class.

Over the years Mark has trained with many iconic horsemen, including George Morris, Bert De Nemethy, Frank Chapot, Michael Matz, Conrad Homfeld, and Rodney Jenkins. He is passionate about helping riders of all levels achieve their equestrian goals and is a highly respected and sought-after clinician and coach.

In 2017, Mark was named the President of the North American Riders Group, an organization that works to improve the quality of competitive show jumping in North America. In addition, he is the Zone 2 Jumper Chairman, sits on several, USEF committees, and has served as “athlete representative” for the United States Olympic Committee. Mark was as a member of the 2010 World Equestrian Games Show Jumping Team Selection Committee and his knowledge and expertise has landed him in front of the camera as on-air commentator for broadcasts on ESPN and Fox Sports.

When not on the road, Mark and his wife Jane and their two sons James and Mark enjoy the serenity and beauty at Ri-Arm Farm in Oakland, New Jersey.

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