We are offering clinic for those who want to get into the world of working equitation and to more experienced riders. We will have at least five working equitation obstacles set up for riders to navigate. Ride in a heated indoor arena.
Sessions are limited to 5 riders per session.
Sessions are 90 minutes long.
Newbie (select Elementary): An introduction to working equitation and to the obstacles. Walk/trot.
Introductory (Select Introductory): For those who are a little more comfortable with working eqiuation and the obstacles. Walk/trot
Novice (Select Novice): For riders who are comfortable walk/trot, and canter.
Session is limited for 5 riders.
Lunch – Bring Your Own Lunch, I’ll have Keurig and water for riders.
For the purposes of the clinic sign ups, please select Newbie (Elementary), and Introductory (Introductory) Novice (Novice).
Auditing is free. Just bring your own chairs.
All levels of riders and horses are welcome. Working equitation is a sport open to all, western, dressage, trail riders, etc.
Limited Day Stalls available.
About Dr. Jill Malone
Jill has been involved with horses since she was a child and successfully competed in many equine sports. For the past seven years, Jill has trained in working equitation and is licensed as an “L” judge as well as a technical delegate with the Confederation for Working Equitation. She has trained with and scribed for Portuguese judges to learn working equitation from the international perspective and has successfully shown her horses in working equitation. Previously, Jill earned her judging certificate from the University of North Carolina Horse Judging program.
Jill has taken several trips to Portugal to gain a working knowledge of the sport. She has passion to develop the sport here in the USA. Dr. Malone is on the executive board of the Confederation for Working Equitation. In addition to her love for horses and working equitation, she is a doctoral level trailed biologist, with a specialty in clinical trials development and design.