World Champions, National Champions, Olympians, WEG and Pan Am competitors, popular equestrian TV personalities, professional equestrian performers, authors, judges, veterinarians, professors, and other top industry professionals will come together at the 2019 Equine Affaire in Massachusetts to share their expertise on a wide range of equestrian disciplines and topics and offer unparalleled learning opportunities. Plan your trip to W. Springfield to meet these top equestrians and industry leaders, attend sessions on a wide range of equestrian disciplines and topics, and hone your horse training, management, and riding skills. For more information go to Equineaffaire.com.
Tag: Gaited Clinic
Nya Bates is back in New England for her third performance as a gaited clinician and friend to New England’s gaited horse and rider teams. She specializes in evaluating the horse, including feet, mouth, way of going, saddle fit, and bitting to ensure the most comfortable movement for each horse. She will focused on versatility challenges and overcoming trail obstacles, important skills for every trail rider.
For more information or to reserve your spot in this clinic, please contact Jody Pellecchia, Club Treasurer and Clinic Coordinator at
New Hampshire Dressage and Eventing Association (NHDEA) will host its Summer Dressage Show at University of New Hampshire, Durham, Equine Facilities. The invent includes gaited classes from Intro Level to 3rd Level. Bring your horse and compete or come for the day to encourage our gaited riders. Registration deadlines to enter this show are usually one month before the show date. For more information contact NHDEA at www.nhdea.org.
With back to back clinics, Gary Lane will improve the riding skills of any gaited horse and human team from beginner to advanced horse and riders. To register for the Level 2 session, all riders must have completed Level 1 with Gary. During the Level 2 training of his gaited riding education, Gary will teach more advanced elements of relaxation, rhythm, relaxation, connection, impulsion, proper straightness and bend, and collect. For more information contact Jody Pellecchia at email:
Gary Lane is returning to New England for his fourth clinic, back by popular demand. During Level 1 training of his gaited riding education, Gary will teach the elements of recognizing proper gait, methods of relaxing the horse, and rein position. Students will receive both the academic training and the practical techniques in the saddle to education both the mind and body for optimal riding results. Auditors are welcome June 22, 23, 24 and 25 – the cost to audit is $25.00 per day. For more information contact Jody Pellecchia at email: