DF AWARDS GRANTS TO ADULT AMATEUR AND YOUNG RIDER FOR STUDY AT SPANISH RIDING SCHOOL’S HELDENBERG TRAINING CENTER

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July 13, 2015 – The Dressage Foundation has announced zithromax cost at walmart order zithromax that Adult Amateur Jacquelin McIntyre (CO) and Young Rider Saxon Marvin (KY) are recipients of TDF’s 2015 Heldenberg Training Center Fund grants.  Jacquelin and Saxon will each receive $2,000 to attend the Spanish Riding School’s Training Center in Heldenberg, Austria.

 

Ralph and Freddie Dreitzler established as well as you could buy female viagra in: lyster – canada quebec>>> moose the Heldenberg Training Center Fund in memory of E.L. Dreitzler, in conjunction with Andreas Hausberger, Chief Rider at the Spanish Riding School and Director of the Training Center in Heldenberg.  The purpose of the fund is to provide financial assistance to North American, non-professional riders to participate in educational sessions and training in Heldenberg.

 

Jacquelin and Saxon plan to attend a 5-day Theoretical Course at Heldenberg, which will include instruction about the proper seat, correct aids, lunge work, training stages of the horse and rider, and the history of the Spanish Riding School.

 

“Thank you to the Dressage Foundation for selecting me for the Heldenberg (atarax) on the internet through an official qualified drugstore,… generic atarax Training Center Fund grant,” said Jacquelin.  “The Spanish Riding School is such an impressive place of classical dressage, I only thought I’d get there in my dreams.  When I come back from the HeIdenberg Training Center, I hope to inspire others in the art of classical dressage with what I have learned.  I am very excited to be able to make the trip with the aid of the grant.”

Saxon said, “Dressage is my passion, and therefore the opportunity to buy amoxil online, does amoxicillin safe during pregnancy, amoxicillin medication side effects. catch even a glimpse of true classical dressage means the world to me.  Attending educational sessions at the Spanish Riding School will give me the opportunity to gain priceless knowledge about classical dressage that I can use in my own riding career and share with the dressage community. I cannot express how overwhelmed with gratitude I am.”

 

“It is our hope that many people will benefit from this scholarship opportunity and the wonderful training opportunity that is being presented by the SRS with opening its doors to outside students to study with the Riders of the SRS,” said Ralph Dreitzler.  “We also welcome any donations that are made to further advance this scholarship program dec 24, 2014 – our generic estrace (estradiol) drugs work just as well as brand name counterparts but cost significantly less when you order in bulk. from other dressage enthusiasts.”

 

For application and donation information for the Heldenberg Training Center Fund in Memory of E.L. Dreitzler, visit The Dressage Foundation’s website, www.dressagefoundation.org, or call Jenny Johnson at (402) 434-8585.

 

The Dressage Foundation

The Dressage Foundation is a 501(c)(3), non-profit, tax-exempt, donor-driven organization that is dedicated to supporting and advancing the sport of dressage.  The organization solicits contributions, appropriately allocates the donations, and awards grants and scholarships to dressage riders of all ages and levels.  For more information, please visit www.dressagefoundation.org.

 

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