The Equine Fund, a non profit organization dedicated to raising equine awareness to prevent abuse and raising funds to assist equine rescue, will hold a second fundraising clinic September 12, 2003. Exclusive clinician for this event is former American Olympic team dressage rider, Lendon Gray.
The Leslie Stanton Equestrian Center in Malden Bridge, New York, will serve as host facility for the clinic. The center is located at 4186, Route 66 in Malden Bridge, NY, which is approximately half an hour west of the Berkshires in Massachusetts, and half an hour east of Albany, New York.
The clinic will hold several semi-private lessons (2 riders in a class) conducted by Mrs. Gray. Auditors are welcome and encouraged. The Equine Fund will offer refreshments, with some unique equestrian products available.
"This is our second clinic with Lendon Gray. The first was a great success and we were able to make a donation to an equine rescue in Massachusetts and one in New York in the name of all who participated in the clinic. We hope to continue to raise awareness in a broad way so that no horse is hurt or harmed at the hands of an uninformed or misinformed person. We need to reach out to anyone who may find themselves responsible for the life of a horse. This clinic with Lendon Gray is one of many fundraising initiatives we will host to help us reach our goals," says Allison Marchese, Executive Director of The Equine Fund.
The clinic will benefit The Equine Fund, a non profit organization dedicated to raising equine awareness to prevent abuse. The Equine Fund is located in Old Chatham, NY. The organization can be reached through Allison Marchese, Executive Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 518-766-0632 with any further questions or riders and auditors wishing to register.