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January 13, 2014

USHJA Zone 4 Free Clinic Returns to Wellington February 17, 2014

Wellington, FL - January 13, 2014 - Mark your calendars today! The USHJA Zone 4 Free Clinic will return to the Jim Brandon Equestrian Center in West Palm Beach, FL, this February 17, 2014. Traveling all the way from Reno, Nevada, Julie Winkel will fly to the sunshine state to be this year's clinician. Spots will fill fast as riders line up this President's Day to learn from Winkel's vast experience and knowledge.

Winkel boasts an impressive resume: along with her many wins in both the Grand Prix and hunter rings, she is an Emerging Athletes Program (EAP) talent scout, and an "R" rated USEF judge. She has judged at Devon, Harrisburg, The National Horse Show, The Hampton Classic, and Wellington. Winkel has also designed courses and judged at the ASPCA Maclay Finals, and judged the 2010 USEF Medal Finals alongside George Morris.

The USHJA Zone 4 Free Clinic will consist of four groups; one group at 2'6", two groups at 3', and one group at 3'6". The clinic is open to any amateur who is an active USHJA Zone 4 member.

To view a video of Julie Winkel teaching students in a past clinic, please visit http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xd3GABa6tkw.       

USHJA Zone 4 Free Clinic Fast Facts

What: USHJA Zone 4 Free Clinic

Clinician: Julie Winkel

When: February 17, 2014

Time: 8 am - 5 pm

Where: Jim Brandon Equestrian Center
7500 Forest Hill Boulevard
West Palm Beach, FL, 33413

Who: The clinic is open to all amateurs who are active USHJA Zone 4 members, and to auditors.

How to Register: E-mail Carrie Buxton at freezone4clinic@att.net to reserve a spot in the clinic. A $100 deposit is required to reserve a spot, which will be refunded upon arrival at the clinic on February 17. Stalls are available upon request for $30. 

Title Sponsor:
Floridian Community Bank

Presenting Sponsor:
Phelps Media Group
Florida Parks & Recreation

 
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