Apr 09, 2019

Learn from Five-Star Course Builder Mick Costello at LRK3DE

By Claire Kelley - USEA Staff
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Calling all course designers, course builders, certified course designers, or anyone interested in learning the technology behind frangible devices! Mick Costello will be hosting a frangible device clinic on Thursday, April 25 during the Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event (LRK3DE). Attendees will meet on the cross-country course at fence 9ABC, as Costello has pins, reverse pins, a MIM oxer, and a MIM corner all in one spot.

Working alongside course designer Derek Di Grazia, Costello has built the toughest track in North America for over 20 years. During the clinic, Costello will answer any questions related to frangible devices, from proper installation to the number of devices allowed on course. The best part about this clinic? It’s free to certified course designers or anyone attending the Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event!

When: Thursday, April 25 at 2:00 p.m.

Where: Kentucky Horse Park, on the cross-country course at fence 9ABC.

Who: Course designers, course builders, certified course designers, and anyone attending LRK3DE.

Cost: Free admission.

Learn from one of the world’s best cross-country course builders by attending this clinic.

The USEA strongly encourages anyone interested in the USEA Course Design Program to attend this free clinic. For more details, contact Nancy Knight at [email protected] or (703) 669-9997.

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