The North American Dressage Trainers’ Club will be hosting its 3rd annual Symposium, January 10 – 11, 2004 at The Dressage Center in DeLeon Springs, Florida.
Clinicians will be Dr. Volker Moritz, FEI “O” judge, and Ingrid Klimke, German Olympic 3-day event team member, and world class FEI Dressage competitor and trainer. The topic of discussion will be basic training at Training through Third Levels in preparation for proper FEI training.
This topic will be invaluable in developing better training methods for working with young horses. Moritz, who has judged the World Championships for Young Horses, and Klimke who has trained, ridden and competed in both Three-Day and Dressage have a wealth of knowledge and expertise on this subject.
Cost of attendance is $150 (US) per day. Discounts will be extended to groups and associations wishing to attend. The Holiday Inn in Deland, Florida, is offering rooms at a discount and can be reached by phone at 386-738-5200.
For more information on attending the Symposium or on joining NADTC, please contact Jennifer Dillon, 191 Lincoln Street, Franklin, Massachusetts, 02038; email inquiries may be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org and please use NADTC in the subject line.
Michael Poulin, President NADTC
Jennifer Dillon, secretary NADTC
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