Working Equitation Clinic with notable WE clinician Allison Reed
April 18 WE Clinic with Allison Reed Register on Event Clinics:
Come see what working equitation is all about.
Sessions will be arranged by skill level; Newbie, Intro & Novice. This will allow Alli to help you work on the skills appropriate for that level. We will work on flatwork & obstacles.
Newbie – This group is for rider/horse that have never done working equitation before. Alli will introduce the sport of working equitation and help the rider/horse become comfortable with the obstacles. Work will be at the walk and some trot, if comfortable at that gait.
Intro – This group is for rider/horse that have some experience with WE obstacles. Work will be at the walk/trot.
Novice – This group is for rider/horse that have experience with WE obstacles. Work will be at the walk/trot/canter.
Each session will be 90 minutes. No more than 5 in a session. $60 — Auditors Free
Lunch will be potluck. If you plan on staying for lunch, please bring a dish to share.
Day Stalls available
Clinician Allison Reed Allison Reed has nearly two decades of professional riding and teaching experience with roots in eventing. In 2018 she discovered Working Equitation and fell in love with the discipline for its promotion of horse and rider trust, and the correct foundations of equitation across all breeds/disciplines. She is currently working toward a L judges’ card in Working Equitation. Allison competed through Preliminary and was a Working Student/assistant under Jennifer Johnson (winner of ‘96 Rolex) and Wendy Olson Lewis (short listed for Pan Am team). A founding member of Northern Virginia Working Equitation (NOVAWE), Alison is a regular area WE clinician, known for her patience, trust, and attention to biomechanics and her physical therapy approach to help the horse find balance and flexibility. Allison is a formally trained instructor, holding a masters degree in Elementary Education.