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I would be happy to respond to enquiries in the following disciplines: dressage, working western, hunter, halter (open and IAHA), hack and pleasure. I can also offer assistance with schooling and equitation issues.

Experience in the area

Twenty years Class A show circuit including multiple championships.




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BA, MEd, Teaching Certificate (PDP), CEF Western Level I Coach, provincialy approved Hack, Equitation and Western Judge.

What do you still hope to achieve/learn in this field?

Earn a national title and school a horse to Intermediare level.

Something interesting about this subject that others may not know:

No one ever really masters the art of riding. Like all other arts, it is a lifelong learning experience. Horses keep us humble.

Something controversial or provocative about this subject

Breed associations need to make their judges accountable to the rules and standards set out for the breeds under their jurisdiction or they need to change the rules.

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