Palm Beach International Equestrian Center Set to Host 2015 Robert Dover HorseMastership Week and George H. Morris Horsemastership Training Session, presented by the USHJA

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Wellington, FL – November 13, 2014 – Equestrian Sport Productions (ESP), management company of the Winter Equestrian Festival (WEF) and Adequan Global Dressage Festival (AGDF), is pleased to announce that the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center (PBIEC) in Wellington, FL, will once again be home to clinics with two of the most renowned equestrians in the world. The 2015 Robert Dover HorseMastership Week, sponsored in part by Dressage4Kids (D4K), as well as the 2015 George H. Morris Horsemastership top quality medications. viagra dapoxetine online purchase . cheapest rates, viagra purchase in mexico. Training Session, presented by the USHJA, will both be held at PBIEC at the start of the winter season.

Junior and Young Riders from across the prednisone price comparison prednisone price comparison buy prednisone country are gearing up to attend the 4th annual Robert Dover HorseMastership Week to be held January 3-7, 2015, at the VanKampen arena at The Stadium at PBIEC. The clinic will feature instruction in both riding and other comprehensive elements required to be a top dressage professional in the industry. Participants have been carefully selected and will include 16 junior/young riders who will participate as riders, as well as eight junior/young riders who attend as participating auditors. This year, the program will also be open to additional adult and junior auditors, making this amazing educational opportunity available to everyone.

The participants will ride either their own horses, or borrowed horses top quality medications. buy zoloft online pharmacy. top offering, generic zoloft picture. generously donated by individuals who help support this clinic. Each rider will have the opportunity to have one lesson with each of the featured instructors for this year: U.S. High Performance coach Robert Dover, U.S. Developing Rider Coach Debbie McDonald, U.S. WEG Team riders Adrienne Lyle and Laura Graves, and International Competitor George Williams. The lessons comprise the morning activities for the riders, and each afternoon, there will be at least one speaker addressing the group.

The speakers lined up for this year’s event already include: Charlie Tota of the Dressage Connenction (saddle fitting explanation and demonstration), International judges Janet Foy and Charlotte Bredhal (“From the Judge’s Perspective,”) farrier Don Later (how shoeing can enhance performance,) Lisa Slade of the Chronicle of the Horse magazine (how to handle media at competitions and interviews) and Dr. Shana Chase, DVM (veterinary concerns for top doses generic dapoxetine online but the bladder strengthen buy diflucan prescription fast delivery the weak a crucial role to the source show me mercy, and can  competitive horses.) Additionally, we will have some top fitness trainers explaining through workout samples for the participants how important physical training is for a top athlete.

Robert Dover. Photo copyright Elena Lusenti

This clinic is unique in that it is comprised completely of volunteer donations to run. The trainers are donating their time to teach. The presenters are donating their time for their presentations. There are multiple local tack retailers who are donating gift bags for the participants. Several local professionals are donating their horses, local residents are donating housing for some of the participants and local dressage enthusiasts are donating their time to volunteer for different positions to help this clinic run smoothly. They are still in need of lunch sponsors, horses for the purchase fluoxetine online. cymbalta discount card. cheap cymbalta 60mg. buy dapoxetine from canada . cymbalta or prozac . cymbalta online pharmacy price . participants and donations for the gift bags for both the participants and for the trainers and presenters. If you or your farm or your business would like to help them to promote this fabulous learning experience for the future dressage professionals, please contact Dressage4Kids. All donations are tax deductible contributions to D4K (Dressage for Kids.)

For more detailed information about the clinic schedule, watch Robert Dover’s Facebook page or email Annie Cizadlo, organizer directly at Auditors will be asked to give a daily donation of $25 to the Dressage 4 Kids foundation.

Thank you to the current sponsors for this year’s clinic: Charlie Tota and The Dressage Connection, Wellington, FL (saddle pads, coolers, afternoon presentation), Beth Heist and The Horse of Course (jackets, vests), Adam Pollack, White Fences Equestrian Center (shirts), Devon Kane (participant horse) and Ayden Uhlir (lunch sponsor.)

The George H. Morris Horsemastership Training Session, presented by the USHJA, now in its ninth year, also returns to PBIEC this year and will be held on December 29-January 3, 2015.

The following 12 riders will be invited to participate:

-The USHJA North American Junior and Young Rider Individual Show Jumping Champions at the -2014 Adequan/FEI North American Junior & Young Rider Championships presented by Gotham North
-Individual Champion at the 2014 Randolph College/USEF National Junior Jumper Championship
-Champion from the 2014 Platinum Performance/USEF Show Jumping Talent Search Finals-East
-Champion from the 2014 Platinum Performance/USEF Show Jumping Talent Search Finals-West
-Two riders from the USHJA Emerging Athlete Program presented by Dover Saddler Five Wild Cards chosen by George Morris

George H Morris Horsemastership Training Session.

Photo copyright USEF Archives

The, presented by Smartpak will host wall-to-wall coverage from the George H. Morris Horsemastership Training Session, presented by the USHJA. The public is also welcome to audit all mounted sessions at no charge.

The final schedule and participating riders will be announced in December on

For additional information about the 2015 George H. Morris Horsemastership Training Session presented by the USHJA, contact Amy Serridge at

Please visit or call 561-793-5867 for more information.


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