HorseShow.com Announces New Young and Developing Horse Ride-A-Test Coaching Program and Video Library to Celebrate Upcoming National Championships
Thursday, July 18, 2013
Across the country, excitement is building for this year's Markel/USEF National Young and Developing Horse Dressage Championships, which return to the beautiful Lamplight Equestrian Center in Wayne, IL, August 22 - 25, 2013. Revolutionary online equestrian competition, clinic, and coaching website HorseShow.com is proud to be a part of this prestigious event as official Presenting Sponsor of the Championships, and in support has launched a new Young and Developing Horse Ride-A-Test Coaching Program and Video Library. The new online Young and Developing Horse Ride-A-Test Coaching Program is the latest innovative opportunity for equestrians to have easy access to expert feedback from world-renowned judges by submitting videos of practice rides from their home arenas. All videos will be reviewed by Natalie Lamping, who is licensed as an FEI 4* and USEF "S" judge, passed the FEI Exam to be a certified international Young Horse Judge, and has judged previous USEF National Young Horse and Developing Horse Championships. Lamping will review each video using HorseShow.com's revolutionary voiceover commentary, providing valuable feedback and instruction in real time with the video to help riders improve their performance for their next "live" show, or simply know where their horse stands in their training and make sure they're on the right track for future success. Best of all, in celebration of the upcoming Championships, all entries for this new coaching program are FREE.
In addition, HorseShow.com's new Young and Developing Horse Ride-A-Test Coaching Program webpage includes a video library of all performances from the 2013 Markel/USEF Young Horse Dressage Selection Trials for the FEI World Breeding Championships, providing a unique educational experience for riders, owners, and breeders interested in learning more about this division and view the talent of young horses currently competing on the national and international levels.
"I'd like to thank HorseShow.com for their support of young and developing dressage horses," said Lamping. "With this new program, riders can watch the sample videos to learn more about this division and also see other evaluations, and then upload their own practice rides. Whether someone wants to fine-tune their performance for the upcoming Championships or just to try these tests for themselves and get an idea of their horse's potential, this is a tremendous opportunity!"
To learn more about HorseShow.com's new Young & Developing Horse Ride-A-Test Coaching Program and view the video library, visit http://www.horseshow.com/young-dressage or visit the HorseShow.com home page www.horseshow.com
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