Illinois Dressage and Combined Training Association Proudly Presents a Clinic with Jan Brink October 18-20, 2013


Dressage Olympian, Jan Brink, was a member of the Swedish national dressage team for 20 years. He first came to prominence and built his business on producing young stallions. Jan was first selected for the Swedish dressage team in 1989. Over the next 20 years he achieved seven Swedish National Championships and numerous international titles. Jan’s final international championship was the 2009 World Cup final in Las Vegas in April, where he also retired his top horse Briar 899 after ten years of international competition. Jan continues to compete in Sweden to produce younger horses and coach students at his Tullstorp Training Centre. He has owned Tullstorp Dressage Stable AB since 1998. Other commitments include co-organizer of the dressage at Falsterbo Horse Show, member of the board of the Swedish Warmblood Breeding Association and the dressage committee of the Swedish Equestrian Federation.

Below are some of Jan Brink’s many accomplishments:
1998 World Championship, team bronze medal
2001, 2002, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2008 Swedish Championship gold medal
2003 European Championship, individual silver medal
2005 European Championship, individual and team bronze medal
2005 Second in world ranking
2005 Winner of the Aachen Championship
2006 Third in world ranking
2006 World Cup finals in Amsterdam, individual bronze medal
2007 European Championship, team bronze medal
2007 Fifth at the World Cup finals in Las Vegas
2007 Fifth in world ranking
2008 Fourth with the team at the Olympics in Hong Kong
2009 Ending his international career at the World Cup finals in Las Vegas

IDCTA
The Illinois Dressage and Combined Training Association was incorporated as an Illinois Not-For-Profit corporation in November 1972, by a small group of individuals in the southwest suburbs of Chicago. In 1972, the club started with a handful of members as Illinois Dressage Association (IDA). In 1984, the organization continued to grow and added Combined Training (CT) thus creating the Illinois Dressage and Combined Training Association (IDCTA) as the organization is known as today. The organization has continued to grow since its inception with its current membership roster just under 600 dressage and eventing enthusiasts. IDCTA is an educational and social organization whose purpose is to represent its membership in national equestrian groups and provide a unified voice to further causes of interest to its members. IDCTA serves the interests of the equestrian community in Illinois and is a founding charter member of the United States Dressage Federation (USDF), an associate member of the United States Eventing Association (USEA) and is governed by the United States Equestrian Federation (USEF). The organization provides programs for dressage and event riders to achieve a better understanding of
dressage and eventing (formerly combined training) in the area and nationwide. Activities include competitions; both Schooling Shows and USEF/USDF/USEA recognized shows, educational clinics, lectures, films, business and social meetings, seminars, USDF judge’s learner program, publication of the Scribe Newsletter and the annual awards banquet.

Fields & Fences Equestrian Center
Fields & Fences Equestrian Center was established in 1987 as part of the prestigious 600-acre horse community, Hunt Club Farms located in unincorporated Lake County, Illinois. Homes starting at $1 million are situated on lots ranging in size from 2 to 15 acres. Homeowners with 5 or more acres may keep horses on their property. The residents of these estates and boarders at Fields & Fences enjoy exclusive use of over 12 miles of well-maintained, fenced bridle trails that run through the 600-acre development.

Closest Accommodations:
Best Western............... 847.782.0890 $94.00/night
Comfort Inn................. 847.855.8866
Country Inn & Suites ... 847.625.9700 $99.00/night
Key Lime Cove Resort... 877.360.0403 (Ask for Fields & Fences group rate of $114.95/night includes 4 passes to indoor waterpark)
La Quinta Inn............... 847.662.7600
Fairfield Inn................. 847.855.8868 (Ask for Fields & Fences rate of $84.00/night includes breakfast)
Hampton Inn................. 847.662.1100 (Ask for Corporate ID#2687085 rate of $69.00/night including breakfast)


Rider Information
The clinic fee includes a lesson on Friday with Jan assessing the horse and rider, Friday evening dinner/lecture and the Saturday/Sunday clinic The fee for 3 days is $750 for IDCTA members and $875 for non-members. For further information please see the Rider Application Form available at IDCTA.org and HorseShowSolutions.com.

Auditor Information for Pre-registration:
Pre-registration must be received by October 15, 2013
Friday Dinner/Lecture Only with Jan Brink IDCTA Members $35 - Non-Members $45
Friday Dinner/Lecture with Jan Brink & Saturday/Sunday Package*: IDCTA Members $100 - Non-Members $120
Saturday/Sunday Package*: IDCTA Members $75 - Non-Members $85
Friday Dinner/Lecture with Jan Brink if combined with Saturday or Sunday*: IDCTA Members $30 - Non-Members $40
Saturday Only Package*: IDCTA Members $50 - Non-Members $60
Sunday Only Package*: IDCTA Members $50 - Non-Members $60 * Includes Lunch

For further information please see the Auditor Form available at IDCTA.org and HorseShowSolutions.com.

Auditor Fee After October 15, 2013
Friday Dinner/Lecture Only with Jan Brink IDCTA Members $45 - Non-Members $55
Friday Dinner/Lecture with Jan Brink & Saturday/Sunday Package*: IDCTA Members $110 - Non-Members $130
Saturday/Sunday Package*: IDCTA Members $85 - Non-Members $95
Friday Dinner/Lecture with Jan Brink if combined with Saturday or Sunday*: IDCTA Members $40 - Non-Members $50
Saturday Only Package*: IDCTA Members $60 - Non-Members $70
Sunday Only Package*: IDCTA Members $60 - Non-Members $70 * Includes Lunch

Clinic Contact
Debbie Garris 312.401.1157 or Debbie@DGarris.com
www.IDCTA.org and www.HorseShowSolutions.com




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