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Chrissy Rohan ~ Taking advantage of unexpected down time!

Start Date:May 28, 2020

End Date: May 28, 2020

Location:5491 South Road, VT, United States

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About the Workshop

Tune in May 28th at 6:00 PM

Whatever your riding discipline, we are all experiencing some unexpected down time. Chrissy will show us how to use this time to our advantage so that we and our equine companions stay sharp when there’s no show coming up.  At the barn and at home, we will discuss techniques and strategies to help you and your horse stay sharp.

About Chrissy

Chrissy (Kaplan) Rohan has been involved with the Vermont horse community for over 35 years mostly working in the Hunter/Jumper Industry. Chrissy is also a full time Lecturer at UVM in the Department of Animal and Veterinary Sciences. She also teaches Equine Management and Training classes and overseeing the UVM Horse Barn Cooperative.

Chrissy’s first introduction to GMHA was in (approximately) 1978 when she attended her first Junior Horsemanship Camp. Having fallen in love with GMHA she competed frequently as a junior rider. For many years now, Chrissy has been bringing her students and horses to GMHA to compete in the Hunter / Jumper shows, and she is the proud coach of the renowned “Merry Mount Missiles” Jumper Challenge Teams!

2020/05/28 18:00:00

Contacts

Wendy Allen

(802) 457-1509

Horse Health Requirements

GMHA requires a negative Coggins and proof of rabies vaccination within 12 months for each horse that comes on the property.  Rabies titers are accepted within one year of event date and must accompany a note from your veterinarian explaining the reason why the vaccine could not be administered.

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.

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