Dates and Locations Announced for 2011 FarmVet/USDF Adult Clinics Featuring Lilo Fore
Lexington, KY (July 6, 2011) – The United States Dressage Federation (USDF) is pleased to announce the fall dates and locations of the FarmVet/USDF Adult Clinics, featuring Lilo Fore. This clinic series is entitled "The Classical System Simplified" and should prove to be a great learning experience for everyone who attends. The first clinic in the series will be held October 22-23, 2011, in Region 8 at Sugar Hill Farm in Victor, NY. The second, to be held November 5-6, 2011, is in Region 4 at Providence Farm in Palmyra, NE. Both of these clinics are currently open for auditor registration through the website and rider applications are being accepted.
"The reason I got into teaching is the fact that I do love horses….I feel like I know what they're thinking. I feel like I know what they're feeling. I wanted to be able to share that," says Fore. Because of this ability, Fore teaches as if she is riding. "When I teach, I feel like I am on top of the horse," she explains, "feeling exactly what happens. I'm turning the rider into my tool….It maybe sounds a little bit corny, but the horses tell me what they need and I just watch them and listen to them, and I teach accordingly."
The FarmVet/USDF Adult Clinic Series helps to further USDF's goal of educating riders of all ages, disciplines and experience on the benefits of classical dressage. In addition to the clinic itself, each will include a lecture which is open to all auditors or mounted participants.
For more information about the FarmVet/USDF Adult Clinic series, to see dates and locations for 2012 and 2013, to register, or to apply as a rider, please visit the USDF website or contact the USDF office.
Founded in 1973, the United States Dressage Federation is a nonprofit membership organization dedicated to education, recognition of achievement, and promotion of dressage. For more information about USDF membership or programs, visit www.usdf.org, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call (859) 971-2277.