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Oct. 6, 2009, 06:07 AM
Dressage and Jumping Clinic
Bridging Flatwork to Jumping
Equis Run Farm, 11316 Centaur Rd., Wake Forest, NC

SATURDAY, November 21st (Dressage) and SUNDAY, November 22nd (Jumping)
This clinic is designed to assist riders in improving their dressage and jumping while showing that training principles are similar throughout the disciplines. Day one will consist of dressage lessons with Jane Karol, (www.bearspotfarm.com) an FEI competitor/trainer and a USDF Bronze, Silver, and Gold Medalist from Bear Spot Farm in Concord, Massachusetts. Day two will consist of jumping sessions with Grand Prix jumper and USEF licensed “r” judge, Melissa Jones Sarle (www.paramountshowstables.com) from Paramount Stables in Raleigh, NC.
This clinic is open to riders of all levels irregardless of experience.
Dressage will be 45 minute private sessions. Jumping will be semi-private (max. 3 riders) for approximately 1 ½ hours. Riders will be grouped by level. Participants may choose either one or both days:
Dressage only - $75 for members, $125 for non-members
Jumping only - $40 for members, $60 for non-members
Two day package - $100 for members, $170 for non-members

A facility fee of $15 per horse will be payable to Equis Run Farm.

Register Now - Space is limited!
Email: ncdcta.eventing@gmail.com http://www.ncdcta.com/evcom.html

*Clip and Mail with checks payable to NCDCTA: Anita Quinn 750 Cokesbury Rd., Fuquay Varina, NC 27526*
Rider Name ______________________________ Horse ____________________ NCDCTA #________
Rider age ____________ Phone __________________________________________________ _______
Address___________________________________________ __________________________________
Ability/level showing/schooling __________________ Circle: Dressage Jumping Both
Specific Needs __________________________________________________ _____________________

THESE ENTRIES ARE MADE AT MY OWN RISK: Under N.C. law, an equine activity sponsor or equine professional is not liable fo ran injury to or the death of a participant, resulting from the inherent risk of equine activity (NC statute 99E; SC Art. 7, Ch. 9-47). I agree that NCDCTA, Organizers, Equis Run Farm, their staff and employees will not be held responsible for any accident or loss which may occur to an exhibitor, spectator, guest, rider, groom, attendant or other employee, animal or equipment resulting from any of the inherent risks of equine activities.

Signed __________________________________________________ ______ (Parent or Guardian if rider is under 18).

Brought to you by the NCDCTA Eventing Committee.