GPS Clinic ~ Galloping / Pace / Steeplechase

 

Sat April 22, 2017 @ Pure Gold Stables

                                            3325 SR 45 – Salem, OH 44423

Open Date: March 14th                                            Closing Date: April 18th

Picture you and your horse galloping on the 5/8 mile track at Pure Gold Stables. Then picture you and your horse together in balance and rhythm effortlessly shifting gears from an easy gallop at 350 mpm to a more serious pace of 450mpm or even 520mpm and know just what each of these speeds ‘feel’ like after practicing on a measured track.   After mastering the gallop with the correct position, desired speed and balance; finish up the session by cruising over a few simulated steeplechase type fences.

Galloping at PG

The clinic will begin with a demonstration by Kyle Smith show the correct position for the rider, the various speeds and balance required with a discussion led by Jackie Smith.  Both are USEA ICP certified instructors and both have competed in the “Classic” full format 3 day event with steeplechase.

steeple chase - gallop

Kevin & Tintin at the VA Three Day Event

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This clinic is for any rider who is interested in learning more about the proper galloping position, pace, and the thrill of ‘chase’.   Riders will be grouped by experience and the speed and size of the fences will be appropriate for the level. 

Notes:

  •  On-line Registration preferred – payment must be received within on week of on line entry
  • all riders must sign a Pure Gold Release Form 
  • parking is behind the event barn
  • the event barn is behind the main barn
  • the demo will be at 8:30 riders
  • will meet on the track dress is cross country attire – vest and medical arms are recommended
  • Pure Gold Stables is hosting a Jumper Show on Sun

Fees:

  • Clinic Fee: $50
  • Overnight Stalls @ Pure Gold Stables: $45
  • Day Stalls @ Pure Gold Stables: $25

Registration:

 

 

 

 

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