Formerly the Adult Camp, the USEA GMHA Eventing Clinic is a GMHA run event that provides a great opportunity to train with 3 elite clinicians over a 3-day period. The clinic will be accepting 30 participants. This clinic is USEA afilliated.
Dressage lessons are private and semi-private. Stadium and cross-country lessons are limited to a maximum of five riders. Riding groups are based upon the level you select on your entry form. The clinic follows the June Horse Trials, enjoy the added benefit of getting to school the professionally designed stadium and cross country courses from the weekend’s competition. Get the most out of your time in the saddle with these small groups that allow for maximum teacher to rider instruction.
Auditors are welcome. The fee is $30/day or $75 for all three days. Must check-in at the office, advanced sign-up not required.
Stay tuned for details about available evening activities!
We listened to your feedback!
We have added an extra day in between the start of the clinic and the ending of the June Horse Trials. Check-in is on Monday after the weekend crowd has departed.
We have added an extra day of XC to the schedule. Instead of the former schedule which had one day of gymnastics, stadium and XC. Their will be a stadium/gymnastics day followed by two XC days, weather permitting.
The price has been reduced for 2018!
Meet the 2018 Clinicians:
Jane Hamlin– Based out of Pirouette Farm in Norwich, VT Jane is a trainer and competitor in the Northeast eventing community. Jane is a USEF dressage judge, a USEF and FEI Event judge and very active in the Young Rider community. Learn more about Jane
John Zopatti– USDF Gold Medalist and Trainer of the Year recipient, John is a UDSF “L” Judge and winner of several USDF Regional Championships at the FEI levels. Learn more about John
Catherine Hill-Waterman- Based out of Constance Hill Farm in North Ferrisburgh, VT and is a bronze, silver and gold medalist with an “r” judging license. While her main area of expertise is dressage, she has competed through Training level as a young rider and still enjoys competing at places like Manchester in the 1-meter jumpers. She is a versatile trainer who we look forward to joining our team of clinicians. Learn more about Catie
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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