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Richard Picken returns to Area V to polish your show jumping skills.
Don't miss this Olympic opportunity to ride with US Eventing's own show jumping guru. This clinic is open to Area V Adult Riders AND Young Riders but space is limited.
Richard Picken is currently the show jumping coach for U.S. Olympic Eventing. Richard has trained and helped many top riders in the show jumping phase, including Phillip Dutton at the 2016 Rio Olympics where he won the individual Bronze Medal on a clear show jumping round. He has also coached Boyd Martin in the show jumping phases to big wins at Wellington Showcase championships, among others.
Auditing in free for USEA members; $25 for non members.
*Stabling and RV hook-ups must be reserved through Angela Bowles (email@example.com) with checks made out to Tempus Eventing.
More info and registration forms here!
Landsafe - Reducing Rider Risk
The risk of having a serious injury is once in every 55 falls. A rotational fall, however, increases the risk to once every 5 falls.
The Landsafe Rider Fall Safety System is a training program designed to teach the best practices of fall prevention and response.
Regarding Tempus Eventing and the clinic facility contact:
Harley Cozewith firstname.lastname@example.org
Angela Bowles email@example.com
Regarding Landsafe Clinic content contact:
Keli Warrington firstname.lastname@example.org
Regarding membership and registration:
For questions and registration, contact Kim Dyer at email@example.com or (918) 810-9567.
Plenty of parking and stabling available. For questions or to obtain a registration form, contact Kim Dyer at firstname.lastname@example.org or (918) 810-9567.
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The clinic will include dressage and XC. For questions, contact Kim Dyer at email@example.com or (918) 810-9567.
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