Join Mary D'Arcy at Pine Hill in Bellville, Texas for a two-day clinic on November 21-22, 2020.
Mary D'Arcy-O'Connell is a coach/trainer producing horses and riders for dressage, jumping, and eventing from Beginner Novice to the highest levels of international competition. She's also a consultant in creating safe, effective, horse/rider partnerships by finding horses here and abroad to meet clients' present and future needs and aspirations. Mary frequently consults on best practices for new and existing equestrian facilities.
Her achievements include Head Coach, Olympic Event Team, Eventing Team Coach for Sydney 2000 and Athens 2004 Olympic Games, Coached individuals - Atlanta Olympic Games 1996 and Coached Irish Young Rider Three-Day Event Team - Gold Medal, European Championships - Achelswang, Germany. 1995.
Groups will range in size from 4 - 6 people. Saturday will focus on flatwork and show jumping (Mary asks that you please come to the ring with your horse in your dressage bridle). Sunday will focus on cross-country.
For full details and to register please visit https://forms.gle/Z1TaHLbo88m6QYcEA.
$60 Grounds Fee (Pine Hill vouchers can be applied)
$20 RV Hook Up/night
Event Address: Pine Hill | 1720 Hwy 159 E, Bellville, TX 77418 | pinehilltexas.com
Organizer: Alayna Joseph | PO Box 721, Sugar Land, TX 77487 | 832.567.8486 | [email protected]
This is a registered and approved USEA Educational Activity.
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