Emerging Dressage Athlete Program Has a Recipe For Success

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The Emerging Dressage Athlete Program presented by Dressage4Kids is helping the next generation of Dressage riders rise to the top of the FEI Junior and Young Rider ranks. Eighteen EDAP Riders competed at the 2013 North American oct 6, 2014 –

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Participants in the EDAP clinics not only have can you buy prednisone in mexico can you buy prednisone in mexico cheap Deltasone the opportunity to ride with top professionals, but also get theory and horsemanship lectures from various vets, farriers, therapists, or other professionals who are leaders in their respective fields. The participants are also instructed on creating proper short and long-term goals and analyzing their horse’s strengths and weaknesses.

Rosie Julian Simoes and her horse Proteus have participated in the Robert Dover Horsemastership Clinic in 2013 and attended clinics with Lendon Gray through EDAP. She explains  “These experiences have allowed me to grow as a rider in more ways than one, helping me further my education in all aspects of the equine industry, create a stronger bond and understanding of Proteus, and it has opened opportunities that would otherwise not be possible, like riding with Olympians. I have also gained the ability to create a plan and goals for my riding career, which I believe is incredibly important to succeed.”

Rosie valacyclovir buy valtrex india hydrochloride pediatric patients with prior went on to win the USDF/GAIG Regional Young Rider team and fourth level Jr/YR championships. In addition she was the top qualifying pair for the Region 2 team that competed at the NAJYRC. At the 2013 NAJYRC, she finished 11th individually and is currently 1st in the USDF Jr/Yr PSG preliminary standings.

The Emerging Dressage Athlete Program is building solid Young Riders for the future. Rosie addsI feel incredibly fortunate to a part of the EDAP, and I think that it is the perfect way to get young riders of all levels involved. I love being a part of this program, as it is tremendously influential in providing young riders with learning opportunities that go beyond lessons in the saddle, developing us into great horsemen.”

“The Emerging Dressage Athlete Program and the Robert Dover Horsemastership Clinic have been a huge part of my progress in dressage” Ayden Uhlir remarks. She attended the Robert Dover Horsemastership clinic several times as a rider and auditor. Ayden was incredibly successful at the 2013 NAJYRC with her horse Sjapoer. They came home with  Individual Gold, Freestyle Gold and Team Silver for Region 6.

Ayden adds  “The clinic gave me a lot of exposure to the level of commitment that competing at a higher level would take. The clinic gave me so much educational

information about things like visualization, how to run a media interview, and how fit I really wasn’t! These discussions motivated me when I went back the next year to really up my game and it helped in my success at Juniors that next year.  Furthermore, EDAP gave me a chance to be exposed to top quality training that pushed me to look ahead and realize what I needed to do. It was so valuable to receive that type of education daily. It inspired me.”

EDAP serves as  a stepping-stone from participating at the grassroots level, climbing the long ladder on the way to representing the USA in international competitions, to becoming a successful professional, and/or becoming the very best dressage rider they can be. The EDAP program is discovering young, talented riders all around the US and giving buy cialis online without prescription, the best quality pills. buy cialis generic them a chance.

“My life was changed by EDAP.” Said Katelyn Kok who met Lendon Gray through EDAP and is now her working student. Katelyn and her horse Morgan Enshoj have competed at the NAJYRC as a Junior and Young Rider. She continues, “I participated in a regional clinic, then applied to the inaugural Winter Intensive Training Program (WIT) that EDAP and Dressage4Kids held in Wellington, Fl this past winter, 2013. The program opened so many doors for me and is helping me to pursue my dream of being a professional in the world of Dressage. WIT challenged me to work harder, learn constantly, set and achieve goals and to never give up on my passion. EDAP is one of a kind and incredibly valuable for the young developing riders coming up the ranks.”

The Emerging Dressage Athlete program has a proven recipe for success. With many of its participants placing at the top of the FEI ranks, the program is clearly helping young riders build a solid foundation to become top professionals. Join the Emerging Athlete Program today and take a giant step towards your dreams. Go to:  http://www.dressage4kids.org/emerging-dressage-athlete-program/emerging-dressage-athlete-program-information/ for more information.

To the eighteen EDAP riders who recently competed at the 2013 North American Junior Young Rider Championships, congratulations. This includes Kalie Beckers, Leonard Behrens, of rumalaya liniment best place to buy topamax rumalaya forte by mail order baclofen prices walgreens levitra 2008 online viagra sales low dose accutane for Anna Campbell, Nicoel Chiapetti, Bebe Davis, Alexa Derr, Giulia Cohen, Hope Cooper, Jennifer Foulon, Nicholas Hansen, Lindsay Holleger, Rosie Julian-Simoes, Katelyn Kok, Rachel Robinson, Cassie Schmidt, Ayden Uhlir, Lian Wolfe and Mattie Zepernick.

Written by: Katelyn Victoria Kok (KVDressage.com)

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