Don't miss out on this opportunity to ride with one of Ireland's leading riders. Joseph has represented his country at the championship level, including the World Equestrian Games, Olympics, and several European Championship. He has received the coveted Armada dish in 2017 for competing at Badminton Horse Trials five times, has won the Glentrool cross country trophy at Badminton in 2015 and 2017 as well as the best cross-country prize at Pau Horse Trials in 2014.
Along with competing at the top level, Joseph has extensive coaching experience traveling all over giving clinics. He brings his unique cross-country techniques specializing in building confidence in both horse and rider. Joseph will be here for two days teaching at Will Faudree's beautiful Gavilan Farm, November 16-17, 2019. Horse and riders of all levels welcome. Lessons are small group sessions and approximately 80 minutes long. Riders can choose to ride for one or two days.
Spaces are limited and early registration is encouraged! There is a facility use fee required for all riders. Facility use fee will be collected upon arrival from the organizer.
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Register on eventclinics.com or by emailing the organizer. Please direct any questions to the organizer.
We've been riding the "corona-coaster" for several weeks now, but with the hopeful return to competition on the horizon, Nicole Brown checks in with USEA CEO Rob Burk, USEA President Max Corcoran, and Chair of the FEI Eventing Committee David O'Connor for an update on what things will look like as we get back to business.
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The United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) has approved additional modifications to the USEF Rules For Eventing in accordance with a resolution approved by the Board of Directors to address issues related to the effects of the COVID-19 Pandemic. The full listing of rule modifications related to COVID-19 impacts can be viewed by clicking here.