Upcoming events

    • 13 Jul 2024
    • 8:00 AM
    • 14 Jul 2024
    • 5:00 PM
    • Goose Chase Farm, Meriden, NH

    This is a courtesy posting of a CVDA member-managed clinic. CVDA is not otherwise affiliated with the clinic in any way.

    This clinic is being managed by CVDA member Giovanna Lepore. You may contact her at giovannamlepore@gmail.com or her land line, 603-523-7154. Deadline to register with payment is June 6, 2024. One or two-day options, indoor and outdoor rings.

    • 19 Jul 2024
    • 8:00 AM
    • 21 Jul 2024
    • 5:00 PM
    • Karuna Stables, Tunbridge, VT

    This is a courtesy posting of a CVDA member-managed clinic. CVDA is not otherwise affiliated with the clinic in any way.

    Join us with your horse for three days that may transform you and your horse and discover what French classical dressage, lightness and self-carriage truly feel like! We recommend signing up for two lessons per day for three days for you and your horse to really understand Dominique’s method and feel a true transformation. But if there is time and room it is also possible to sign for one lesson per day for the three days. Some discounts for CVDA members.

    Managed by CVDA-member Anne Douard Palmer, contact Anne.douard@me.com, phone: (707) 239-6929.

    • 20 Jul 2024
    • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Green Mountain Horse Association
    Register

    Opening Date: June 16, 2024

    Closing Date: July 6, 2024


    Clinicians

    Keith Angstadt "r'

    Lynda Angstadt "L"


    Pricing

    CVDA Members - $55/session

    Non-Members - $75/session

    *Preference will be given to CVDA Members

    Secretary: Amy Plavin

    Manager: Penny Williams

    Event Email: cvda.events@gmail.com

    Event Phone: 

    Only entering Development Day? Contact Secretary for stabling requests.

    Also showing? Please arrange all stabling through the show's entry system.


    Download Waiver (Must Be Included with Entry): CVDA-GMHA Liability Release 2024.pdf

    Terms & Conditions: CVDA Terms and Conditions.pdf

    Click Here for more information on our Development Days.

    Click here for easy step-by-step instructions for entering Development Day


    • 21 Jul 2024
    • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Green Mountain Horse Association

    Enter Online Here: 


    Opening Date: June 16, 2024

    Closing Date: July 6, 2024

    Judges: Keith Angstadt "r" & Lynda Angstadt "L"


    Show Secretary: Amy Plavin

    Show Co-managers: Katherine Adams and Katherine Roe

    Event Email: cvda.events@gmail.com

    Event Phone: 

    Download Waiver (Must Be Included with Entries): CVDA-GMHA Liability Release 2024.pdf

    Click Here for more information on our schooling shows.


    • 10 Aug 2024
    • 8:00 AM
    • 11 Aug 2024
    • 5:00 PM
    • Joyce Martin Farm, 87 Jewett Road, Brownsville, VT 05037
    Register

    Bill Warren Clinic


    Clinic Manager: TBD

    Bill Warren is a FEI 4 Star Judge, USEF 'S' Judge and a USDF Gold Medalist who has trained several horses to Grand Prix and works with many FEI riders. Bill, as part of Warren-McMullin Dressage, has decades of experience training, teaching and judging.  He has studied primarily with Conrad Schumacher and George Williams.  Bill teaches riders of all levels, while continuing to be an avid competitor, judge, trainer, coach and clinician. 

    To read a CVDA Half Halt article on getting the most out of your auditor experience, please click here (Page Two).  While it is optional to provide your email address on the registration form, please add your email address if you would like to be alerted to any clinic changes. We will do our best to make the clinic rider schedule available ahead of time via email and CVDA's Facebook page.  We look forward to seeing you!

    • 10 Aug 2024
    • 8:00 AM
    • 11 Aug 2024
    • 5:00 PM
    • Joyce Martin Farm, 87 Jewett Road, Brownsville, VT 05037
    Registration is closed

    Bill Warren Clinic

    Clinic Secretary: Terri Satterlee

    Clinic Manager: Sheila McLevedge

    Opening Date: July 10, 2024

    Closing Date: July 31, 2024

    Download Waiver: Bill Warren Clinic Waiver.pdf

    Bill Warren is a FEI 4 Star Judge, USEF 'S' Judge and a USDF Gold Medalist who has trained several horses to Grand Prix and works with many FEI riders. Bill, as part of Warren-McMullin Dressage, has decades of experience training, teaching and judging.  He has studied primarily with Conrad Schumacher and George Williams.  Bill teaches riders of all levels, while continuing to be an avid competitor, judge, trainer, coach and clinician. For more information about Bill and the Clinic, please click here.

    CVDA Bill Warren Clinic Selection Criteria


    • 7 Sep 2024
    • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Green Mountain Horse Association
    Registration is closed

    Opening Date: August 3, 2024

    Closing Date: August 29, 2024


    Clinicians

    Catie Waterman "r"

    Meg Hilly "L"


    Pricing

    CVDA Members - $55/session

    Non-Members - $75/session

    *Preference will be given to CVDA Members

    Secretary: 

    Event Email: cvda.events@gmail.com

    Event Phone: 

    Contact Secretary for Stabling Requests


    Download Waiver (Must Be Included with Entry): CVDA-GMHA Liability Release 2024.pdf

    Terms & Conditions: CVDA Terms and Conditions.pdf

    Click Here for more information on our Development Days.


    • 8 Sep 2024
    • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Green Mountain Horse Association

    Enter Online Here: 


    Opening Date: August 3, 2024

    Closing Date: August 29, 2024

    Judges: Catie Waterman "r" & Meg Hilly "L"


    Show Secretary: Diane Andrews

    Event Email: cvda.events@gmail.com

    Event Phone: 

    Download Waiver (Must Be Included with Entries): CVDA-GMHA Liability Release 2024.pdf

    Click Here for more information on our schooling shows.


    • 14 Sep 2024
    • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Goose Pond Equestrian Center, 317 Goose Pond Road, Canaan, NH 03741
    Registration is closed

    Stephanie Hayes Working Equitation Clinic

    September 14, 2024 (repeated 9/15 if enough demand)

    We will fill 9/14 with our first 16 riders to register. We will schedule Sunday if we have enough riders registered to run a second day. We will fully refund any riders on the Sunday "wait list" if we don't offer a second day.

    Lessons are 1.5 hours in groups of 2-4 riders.

    Clinic Secretary: TBA

    Clinic Manager: TBA

    Opening Date: August 16, 2024

    Closing Date: September 2, 2024

    Download Waiver: Hayes clinic waiver 8_24.pdf

    What to Expect at CVDA’s Working Equitation Clinic

    • Expect to have fun! Expect to learn where your strengths and weakness are by navigating the obstacles of Working Equitation. Expect your horse to become interested in his work!
    • This clinic is geared for riders who are brand new to Working Equitation. Groups of two - four riders will be formed based on any prior experience with the sport and dressage level. 
    • The focus will be on introducing only the Ease of Handling (EOH) Trial, description of obstacles, and the execution and criteria for each one. The USAWE 2023 dressage tests will be discussed.  
    • At introductory level clinics the majority of the riding is done in walk and trot. Riders are welcome to begin their session unmounted to allow their horses time to satisfy their curiosity about the obstacles.

    About Stephanie Hayes and Working Equitation

    Stephanie Hayes has been a professional in the horse industry for over two decades as a natural horsemanship clinician, trainer and competitor. In 2017 she attended her first Working Equitation clinic and was inspired to incorporate the training benefits into her programs. Stephanie conducts clinics throughout the U.S., co-founded New England Working Equitation, Inc., is a USAWE Recognized Coach, "L" judge candidate and earned her USAWE Pewter medal. She has been awarded National and Regional Championships on several horses at Level 1 through 4 and coached her junior rider to National Championship honors. Stephanie's farm is The Center for America's First Horse in Johnson, Vermont, where she trains and promotes rare Spanish Barbs.

    Working equitation is made up of four disciplines (Dressage, Ease of Handling (a course of items found out in the field, such as bridges, gates, etc.), Speed, and Cattle (Optional). It became a sport in 1996 and originated in Europe and South America.  Its historical roots are the skills and training needed by horses working in the field. Today it is a wonderful way to cross train your horse by offering something fresh and new that is based on excellent training, partnership and fun!


    • 14 Sep 2024
    • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Goose Pond Equestrian Center, 317 Goose Pond Road, Canann, NH 03741
    Register

    CVDA Stephanie Hayes Working Equitation Clinic

    Clinic Manager: TBA

    What to Expect at CVDA’s Working Equitation Clinic

    • Expect to have fun! Watch riders learn where their strengths and weaknesses are by navigating the obstacles of Working Equitation. Expect the horses to become interested in their work!
    • This clinic is geared for riders who are brand new to Working Equitation. Groups of two - four riders will be formed based on any prior experience with the sport and dressage level. 
    • The focus will be on introducing only the Ease of Handling (EOH) Trial, description of obstacles, and the execution and criteria for each one. The USAWE 2023 dressage tests will be discussed.  
    • At introductory level clinics the majority of the riding is done in walk and trot. Riders are welcome to begin their session unmounted to allow their horses time to satisfy their curiosity about the obstacles.

    About Stephanie Hayes and Working Equitation

    Stephanie Hayes has been a professional in the horse industry for over two decades as a natural horsemanship clinician, trainer and competitor. In 2017 she attended her first Working Equitation clinic and was inspired to incorporate the training benefits into her programs. Stephanie conducts clinics throughout the U.S., co-founded New England Working Equitation, Inc., is a USAWE Recognized Coach, "L" judge candidate and earned her USAWE Pewter medal. She has been awarded National and Regional Championships on several horses at Level 1 through 4 and coached her junior rider to National Championship honors. Stephanie's farm is The Center for America's First Horse in Johnson, Vermont, where she trains and promotes rare Spanish Barbs.

    Working equitation is made up of four disciplines (Dressage, Ease of Handling (a course of items found out in the field, such as bridges, gates, etc.), Speed, and Cattle (Optional). It became a sport in 1996 and originated in Europe and South America.  Its historical roots are the skills and training needed by horses working in the field. Today it is a wonderful way to cross train your horse by offering something fresh and new that is based on excellent training, partnership and fun!

    To read a CVDA Half Halt article on getting the most out of your auditor experience, please click here (Page Two).



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