The Festival of Eventing week will kick off with the popular Festival Clinic running Monday through Wednesday, then we roll into a weekend of competition Beginner Novice-CIC*. Join the clinic to gain an edge just before the event. This clinic is USEA affiliated.
This clinic can accept 40 participants. Group sizes will be limited to ensure the most productive atmosphere. The over fences lessons will be limited to four riders. Dressage lessons are semi-privates of two riders. Cross country is just a short hack up the hill at our neighbors farm, Birch Hill. The GMHA course is not available to school due to the preparations for the upcoming Horse Trials.
Stay tuned for details regarding evening activities!
Auditors are welcome to join us. Volunteer to jump crew and audit for free!
Auditing: $30/day or $75 for all three days.
Meet the Clinicians:
Robert Costello- was a team selector for the 2016 Olympics, Olympic team member at the Sydney games, Gold Medalist at the Pan-Am Games, and has sat on the boards of USET, USEA and USEF. Costello has an invaluable perspective from being involved in so many facets of the sport as well as being a highly successful competitor. Learn more about Robert
Pamela Goodrich- is based out of Foster Meadow Farm in Concord, New Hampshire. Goodrich has over 30 years of experience and is a USDF silver and gold medalist. She has been short listed with the USET and has competed in the Toronto World Championships and two Olympic Sport Festivals. Learn more about Pamela
Rebecca Vick is a Grand Prix Dressage rider and trainer, USDF Gold Medalist and a graduate of the USEF Dressage L Judge Education Program. Learn more about Rebecca
Sharon White is a 4*** international event rider with 20 years of competitive experience. Sharon has consistently ranked among the top 10 riders in the country, is a USEA ICP Level IV Instructor, and sits on numerous USEA committees. Learn more about Sharon
Horse Health Requirements
GMHA requires a negative coggins and proof of rabies vaccination within 12 months for each horse that comes on the property.
Please note that the State of Vermont requires a Certificate of Veterinary Inspection within 30 days or Exhibition Permit from the Vermont Agency of Agriculture’s Animal Health office for any horses entering the state. GMHA does not require these documents with entry, but the VT Agency of Agriculture may enforce these regulations at any time. Learn more:
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