Boyd Martin is an absolute asset to the sport of eventing in the United States. A frequent member of the U.S. Eventing Team at international championships, Martin consistently produces horses to the top level of the sport and carves out time to give back to the community by teaching at his own Windurra USA in West Grove, Pennsylvania in addition to traveling to teach clinics nationwide.
To say that Lainey Ashker has a busy schedule is an understatement. In addition to competing at the international level in both eventing and dressage, Ashker is also a sought-after clinician who can be found jet-setting around the country to share her knowledge and experiences with riders of all levels.
2019 is shaping up to be an exciting year for five-star eventer Maya Black. Earlier this year, she was named to the US Equestrian 2019 Development Potential Training List, a component of the new USEF International Eventing High Performance Pathway Program.
When Event Clinics caught up with Schramm Equestrian, Dom and Jimmie were coming off a weekend of successful competition at Ocala Winter I Horse Trials with a string of horses. The duo were en route to the airport where Dom would catch a redeye to Denver to teach a clinic.
Kim Severson’s incredible competitive equestrian career includes two Olympic medals, three wins at the Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event, and a FEI World Equestrian Games podium finish. Last summer, Severson and Cooley Cross Border, The Cross Syndicate’s Irish Sport Horse gelding, were named to the reserve list for the Land Rover U.S Eventing Squad for the FEI World Equestrian Games.
Event Clinics recently conducted an interview with renowned trainer, eventer, and three-day event coach Jim Wofford to learn more about his favorite parts of conducting clinics. Wofford is highly regarded not only for his coaching skills but also for the unique brand of humor that he brings to teaching.
Following a whirlwind clinic tour spanning 60 clinics in 35 cities over 60 days, Daniel Stewart carved out some time to sit down with Event Clinics and talk about his unique Equestrian Athlete Camps. Held throughout the year at the United States Olympic Training Centers (USOTC), these internationally acclaimed unmounted camps are a favorite of riders from all backgrounds looking to advance their sports psychology and fitness.
Event Clinics recently conducted an interview with top eventer Sally Cousins to learn more about her passion for eventing and her teaching style. Cousins’ passion for horses began at a very young age. By the time she was in her mid-teens, she had completed her first one-star three-day event. She continued to move up the levels from there.