Back by popular demand, the Richard Jeffery Show Jumping Seminar, presented by Hi-Tech Horse Jumps/ Jumps 4 Joy, Rebecca Farm, and the USEF will once again be offered at the USEA Annual Meeting in Colorado Springs on Wednesday, December 5, 2012. The day will begin at 10:00 AM with discussion about designing show jumping courses. The seminar will take place at The Broadmoor Hotel, Colorado Springs, CO.
Attendance at this seminar will fulfill the USEF Continuing Education Clinic Requirements for “R” Eventing Jumping Course Designers, but everyone is welcome to attend.
A nominal fee of $50.00 will be charged to cover lunch and beverages throughout the day.
Limited space is available. Register now to reserve your spot!
Please contact Nancy Knight at 703-669-9997 or via email [email protected] for more information. The Seminar Registration application form is also available for download on the USEA website under the Convention section.
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