Guest clinician Technical Delegate Kaye Phaneuf
Here is your opportunity to ride with L Judge and Gold/Silver/Bronze Medalist Heidi Gian!
Heidi will be in Central Oregon at Fruition Farm in Redmond, Or on May 2-3. Eight riding spots are available. Each spot is $400 and has two rides; one Saturday and one Sunday. The entry deadline is April 3rd. Spots will be filled on a first come first served basis. Applications for single rides will be accepted and filled as space warrants. Auditing is FREE!
Please come and support our Chapter! Entry can be found at http://www.centraloregon dressage.com
Mountain Trail Clinic with Linda Wagner of Wild Horse Mountain Farms, Sherwood. Chapter Member participants $20, Chapter Member Auditors Free (balance covered by NWV) Non Member participants $125, Non Member Auditors $30. 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm. Maximum 10 participants. Limited RV sites available. Auditors bring your own chair. Water, coffee, snacks included. Helmets required. Signed WHMF waiver and $50 non-refundable deposit for each participant required received attention Donna DeMoss at 21287 SW Makah Ct., Tualatin, OR 97062 by May 10th. Contact Donna DeMoss at email@example.com or Linda Wagner at wildhorsemountainfarms.com
Join the Mid-Valley Chapter of the Oregon Dressage Society as we deep dive into the newly finalized 2019 USEF Dressage Tests. The new tests have updated movements, coefficients in new places, and lots of nuances that you need to know before you show!
…and who better to guide us on this than a current member of the USEF Test Writing Committee – Kristi Wysocki, USEF “S”, FEI 4* Dressage and FEI 5* Para Dressage.
***USDF UNIVERSITY ACCREDITED!!!***
Kristi Wysocki is a USEF-licensed Dressage and Dressage Sport Horse Breeding judge. Kristi has served on the USEF Dressage Test Writing Working Group for the past eight years. She has intimate knowledge of the 2019 tests and how and why they were modified to benefit the horse and rider.
She has judged CDIs and CPEDIs in the U.S., Canada, Europe and Australia. She officiated at the 2018 Tryon World Equestrian Games and the European Para Dressage Championships in 2017. She has judged the USDF National Dressage Championships numerous times and many USDF Regional Championships. Kristi has trained and competed in dressage from young horses through Grand Prix, including the CDI arena. She earned her bronze, silver and gold medals from the USDF. Kristi uses her background in engineering to help relate the biomechanics of the horse and rider. She also serves on several other USEF and USDF committees.