Lexington, VA - March 18, 2015 - Auditors looking to fulfill credits for the USHJA Training Certification Program (TCP) need not look any further than the Virginia Horse Center this weekend. On Saturday, March 21 and Sunday, March 22, Mary Babick will be presenting a two-day clinic, organized by the Southwest Virginia Hunter/Jumper Association (SWVHJA).
Mary Babick While riding spots have filled, both general auditor and TCP participant spaces are still available, and the registration form is available online by clicking here.
For more than three decades, Babick (pictured left) of Freehold, NJ, has trained students and horses out of her Knightsbridge Farm, earning championships, victories and medals at such shows as Devon, the Pennsylvania National, the Washington International, U.S. Pony Finals and the North American Junior and Young Rider Championships, to name just a few. Babick's students-including Whitney Roper, Abby and Meg O'Mara, Tilden Brighton and Maria Schaub-have earned countless state, zone and national championships over the years, from the small pony to the national equitation finals and the junior and amateur-owner jumper sections.
Babick's two-day hunter and equitation clinic at the Virginia Horse Center will offer three sections including a 2'6" hunter section, a 3' hunter section and a 3' equitation section.
Audit tickets are available for $150/day or $250 for both days, and TCP participants may register to receive credits for $300.
Becoming a USHJA Certified Trainer confirms a commitment to continuing one's professional development, which leads to an ever-increasing group of well-rounded and knowledgeable horsemen.
Find out more about the clinic online here.