Dec 02, 2019

Karen O'Connor to Instruct ICP Levels I/II Teaching of Dressage Workshop at Wasatch Sport Horses

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Please us for a great opportunity to learn from Karen O'Connor on December 16-18, 2019. Karen has an incredible depth of knowledge and a passion for horses.

The USEA Instructors' Certification Program has developed a workshop on understanding the fundamentals for dressage that is educational for anyone interested in riding. The reading, demonstrations, theory, and practical execution is well-organized and will help anyone in their riding, teaching, and basic understanding of the sport and horses.

The auditing fee is $50 a day and $400 for participation. Click here to sign up to participate and click here to sign up to audit.

We will need some demo riders (interesting, but not a lesson) to help as well. ANYONE who rides dressage or jumping would learn a ton from this workshop. Please contact Stephanie Goodman at (208) 315-2086 for more information about being a demo rider.

After the workshop, Karen is going to give a day of lessons for the select few who jump on this opportunity quickly! Click here to sign up for lessons with Karen.

We appreciate your support in bringing top education to the Pacific Northwest and hope to keep our community growing! All information can be found on our website at http://wasatchsporthorses.com.

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