The Morgan Horse Heritage Foundation is hosting its fifth Annual Indoor Equine Clinic, to take place in Sharon, Vermont, on April 1, 2017.
Meet and learn from these knowledgeable professionals! RICHARD BOULE, USEF judge and manager-trainer at Taylor River Farm, will answer your training, exhibiting, and judging questions for riding and driving. JOHN GREENALL, USEF judge, international authority covering carriage driving and endurance riding and driving. LORI BERGER is the coach of the Vermont Tech Intercollegiate Dressage team and runs her year-round facility at Seize the Day Farm in Tunbridge, Vermont. She was NDSS High-Score Rider and Western Dressage Champion in 2015. DR. RANDY FRANTZ specializes in equine sports medicine. For more information, visit the Burlington Equine Veterinary Service's Facebook page.
The event will take place at the Sharon Elementary School in Sharon, Vermont. It is located at Exit 2 off Interstate 89. It begins with a welcome coffee at 9:30 a.m. (doors open at 9 a.m.). The cost for the clinic is $60 including lunch and space is limited.
Send reservations and a check made out to MHHF to: Anne Brown, 1380 Old Stage Road, Westford, VT 05494. For more information, call Anne Brown at (802) 878-4128 or go to www.morganhorseheritagefoundation.com.
-- via AMHA