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Dressage Training, Sales, Consignment etc. in VT 0 C. Tulumello Cornerstone Dressage LLC is pleased to announce its exciting new collaboration with Timber Hill Farm in Richmond Vermont. Timber Hill Farm is a gorgeous facility tucked away in the hills of Richmond and is owned by Christa Kemp, an avid horsewoman and foxhunter with a glowing reputation in the horse community. This partnership will allow Carolyn Tulumello, owner/trainer, to offer a state of the art facility to clients who are in training; as well as those just looking for a great all around boarding facility with the best of care, focused on each individual horse. In keeping with Carolyn’s training philosophy all horses in her program will have access to large pastures for all day turnout, individualized feed and care, access to wonderful hacking trails, jumps for cross training, and superb footing in all three rings. The indoor arena is big and bright, and boasts a heated viewing room, with a sound system for our boarders to enjoy riding to music!  Carolyn brings over 15 years of dressage experience to this partnership which includes two years of training in the Netherlands working with both jumpers and dressage horses, as well as competing in dressage while in Europe. Carolyn is currently training her seven year old KWPN gelding under the eye of Pam Goodrich, but has also enjoyed riding with many noted trainers and clinicians to include; Kathy Crosby, Carol Lavell, Per Sandgaard, Pether Markne, Michael Barisone, Liz Austin and many more.  Look for exciting new clinics, workshops, and horse shows in the coming years as Cornerstone Dressage and Timber Hill Farm begin this new and exciting journey!  For more information about training, sales, consignment, lessons, and boarding please contact Carolyn Tulumello at cornerstonedressage@gmail.com or 802-355-8152                                  
by C. Tulumello
Saturday, November 30, 2013
Happy Thanksgiving 0 Bill Domey Hope everyone has a Happy and safe Thanksgiving with family and Horses.
by Bill Domey
Thursday, November 28, 2013
Lars Petersen Clinic 11/30 and 12/1 0 C. Evarts Lisa Pierson Dressage and Courtney Bolender Dressage Lars Petersen ClinicOpen House Thanksgiving WeekendSaturday 11/30, 8am-5:30 and Sunday 12/1, 7am-2:15pmCB Walker Stables, 199 Starr Ridge Road, Brewster, NY *This event is proudly sponsored by Custom Saddlery* Join us to audit this wonderful clinic!Plenty of ring seating and heated loungeCoffee and bagels served For further information, please visit:www.lisapiersondressage.comwww.cbwalkerstables.com
by C. Evarts
Monday, November 25, 2013
Working student/Training Assistant position in Georgetown 0 C. Wylie Have you ever wanted to be part of an active dressage training and show facility, with super quality horses to train and a wonderful clientele to work for?  Cindi Wylie and Rosebrook Farm have an opportunity for a selt motivated individual to help with her training program.  Must possess a good seat, be a confident rider, and have good young horse experience.  Reliability and honesty a must.  Housing is available and potential to bring own horse if necessary.  Compensation package commensurate with experience.  For more information call Cindi at 978-590-8722, or email resume to crosewylie@verizon.net.
by C. Wylie
Saturday, November 23, 2013
CRDA Clinic with JJ Tate - Nov. 23 at Apple Knoll 2 L. Currie Rider schedule is posted. You can find it here:http://www.crdressage.org/JJTateClinicRideTimes.pdf Hope you can join us!
by L. Currie
Monday, November 18, 2013
State-of-the-Art Dressage Facility for Lease - Cutler Farm! 0 C. Farm Dressage Heather Blitz and her clients are headed to Florida for the 2013-2014 winter season!  That creates a terrific opportunity for an equine professional to take over the facility beginning December 15, 2013.Cutler Farm Dressage, located in Medfield, just over the Dover town line, boasts an enviable list of amenities including:23 stalls, many with automatic waterers,20 x 60 meter regulation-sized outdoor arena with PermaFlex footing,oversized insulated indoor arena with GGT footing,3 heated tack rooms,full-service laundry facilities,grooming stalls with heat lamps,ample storage for hay, shavings and trunks,11 turnout paddocks,heated observation room, kitchen facility and shower,staff housing on-site,large, level parking lot,fully-equipped Pilates studio too!At least one of the farm's long-term staff members is also available for employment.Visit the farm's website for more information and photos.  Or, email info@CutlerFarmDressage to set up an appointment to see the facility.Will consider any of these lease options:full lease of the facility with services,partial lease of the facility with services,dry stall lease only.
by C. Farm Dressage
Monday, November 18, 2013
Working Student Opportunity in Harvard, MA 2 R. Markels Webber Try this email papageeno@juno.com
by R. Markels Webber
Sunday, November 17, 2013
Imported Hanoverian gelding for sale. Super temperament and gaits! 1 D. Gavriluk Super horse with super temperament for amateurs or professionals!
by D. Gavriluk
Sunday, November 17, 2013
Hanoverian gelding for sale 8yrs. 16.3 gorgeous 1 D. Gavriluk SOLD! thankyou
by D. Gavriluk
Sunday, November 17, 2013
Winter Stalls - Elysium Farm 1 A. Henderson Bumping Up - Come in for the winter :)
by A. Henderson
Tuesday, November 12, 2013
Dressage Finals 0 D. Carlson I wanted to express my thanks for the Region 8 dressage saddle pads. Going to the Finals was a great learning opportunity and a lot of fun.  I think it is great that USDF is doing this, and was very successful for their first year. Go Region 8!!! Doris Carlson
by D. Carlson
Monday, November 11, 2013
Lisa Pierson Series of Lectures and Demonstrations Starting Dec 6th! 0 C. Evarts LISA PIERSON PRESENTS"The Core of Dressage”A Series of Lectures and Demonstrations CB Walker Stables199 Starr Ridge Road, Brewster, NYFirst Friday of each month December - MarchStarting DECEMBER 6"The Training Scale”4:00 – 6:00pm$40 per class RSVP lisapdressage@hotmail.comwww.lisapiersondressage.comwww.cbwalkerstables.com 
by C. Evarts
Monday, November 11, 2013
Two lovely horses available for partial lease 0 R. Markels Webber Lovely endearing QH shown schooling 2nd level, hacks quietly, puppy dog personality. Stabled in Harvard, access to indoor arena and miles of trails. Also wonderful draft/cross. Very sweet schooling training/1st. Stabled in Berlin. Lessons available with FEI Trainer. Contact RachelMarkelsWebber@yahoo.com
by R. Markels Webber
Thursday, November 7, 2013
Housing sharing in Ocala, FL 0 D. Loveless I am going to be in the Ocala, FL, area for 6 weeks, Dec. 15, 2013 to January 25, 2014.   I would like to share living accommodations for that time.   If you are going and have a place you want to share, or are looking for a place and would like to share, contact me.  deeloveless2@comcast.net or call 860-208-6017
by D. Loveless
Wednesday, November 6, 2013
Webinar with Heather Blitz and Mary Wanless - Friday, Nov. 8 0 C. Farm Dressage Join Heather Blitz and Mary Wanless for "Two Essential Paradigms for Successful Horse Training," Friday, November 8, from 6:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. They'll discuss the linkages between Mary's rider biomechanics approach, and Heather's experience using those techniques in her own training and competitive career. Use this link to connect:https://global.gotowebinar.com/join/notStarted.tmpl?webinar=8603446844570133761  The link won't be active until shortly before the webinar on Friday. Hope you can dial in!
by C. Farm Dressage
Tuesday, November 5, 2013
Mary Wanless - Cutler Farm Dressage - Rider List! 0 C. Farm Dressage Are you ready for Mary Wanless?Mary will be at Cutler Farm Dressage for three days of clinics and lectures Friday - Sunday, November 8 - 10. Auditors, register online for full-day or lecture-only options at the Farm's website. Walk-ins are welcome!Riders range from the lower levels through Grand Prix.  Watch Mary as she helps those new to her Ride With Your Mind system, and those with more experience, solve under saddle challenges familiar to most riders.Rider List and Schedule:9:00    Jan Tarlow + Annie Peavey 10:00  Ruth Lawler + Rowan O'Riley11:00  Katie Robicheaux (Fri), Katrina Sorrentino (Sat/Sun)  + John Carusonenoon - 1:00 lecture1:00 - 2:00 - lunch2:00    Heather Blitz + Meghan Hamilton Yallen3:00    Kristen Claire (Fri), Katie Robicheaux (Sat/Sun) + Cindy Dix4:00    Donna Cameron + Deb Coll
by C. Farm Dressage
Monday, November 4, 2013
Dave Thind Featured Presenter at Equine Affaire 0 P. Buffum Hi All. NEDA member Dave Thind will be presenting at Equine Affaire.  See below:On Thursday November 7, attendees of this year’s Equine Affaire in West Springfield, MA will benefit from Dave Thind ‘s expertise in the field of equine and rider biomechanics. The acclaimed dressage clinician and trainer will present three distinct however closely related subjects. The location and titles of the presentations are as follows: Seminar Stage: ‘The Nuts & Bolts of Correct Equine Locomotion: How Your Horse Should Move, Demo Ring: ‘Equestrian Biomechanics: Properly Aligning the Rider's Body in order to Allow Our Horses to Better Do Their Job’, Youth Pavilion: ‘Equine Biomechanics 101: How Your Horse Moves’. "We are pleased to feature Dave as a presenter at Equine Affaire this fall. Equine and equestrian biomechanics are topics that are quickly growing in popularity with our attendees. Dave's diverse global background coupled with his expertise on classical theory and the applied science of how horses and riders function both individually and as a team make him a great choice for our educational program, attested Coagi Long, Vice President & Program Director of Equine Affaire.Several years before making the decision to move to Germany to complete the coveted German Trainer education, a back injury and the possibility of never riding again led to Dave’s deep interest in human and equine biomechanics. This also led to his close study of various body awareness techniques including Feldenkrais®. These techniques, combined with a solid foundation in classical dressage, have allowed Dave to help competitive riders excel from basic to international levels.For the past 10 years, Dave has worked in collaboration with his wife Dr. Camilla Stava, an equine Veterinarian and biomechanics specialist who is certified in Equine Chiropractic in addition to certification as German ‘Trainer C’. Camilla’s expertise has strongly helped shape and validate Dave’s own study of equine biomechanics. Dave’s thought-provoking training techniques allow riders to easily learn and feel correct equine biomechanics. With these tools, riders improve timing of aids and avoid rider created resistance or even pain."As a Pilates for Dressage instructor, author and clinician, I was excited to read about Dave Thind and his expertise in biomechanics. I recently traveled 6-hours and had the opportunity to ride in a clinic with him. I found that while it is obvious he holds classic principles dear, he also brings a fresh, exciting perspective to the arena. Horses and riders are not just served up ‘more inside leg’ but rather they are challenged, within their ability, to find a different approach that will ultimately serve to create a top notch classical horse-rider combo. Dave's background in Feldenkrais and biomechanics lend an extra edge to the lesson or when he rides. He is keenly aware of any tightness or asymmetry in either horse or rider and can effectively address the problem on the spot. Dave's riding also brings out the best in the horse through the thorough understanding of the use of his own body to influence the horse’s body. Dave Thind is truly a rising dressage star, I look forward to hosting a clinic with Dave and to what Dave will bring the US dressage community,” stated Janice Dulak author of Pilates for the Dressage Rider and creator of Pilates for Dressage®.For those unable to attend Equine Affaire, Dave’s own Aspire Farm in Walpole, MA as well as Performa Dressage in Grand Rapids, MI host regular clinics and classroom style biomechanics workshops with Dave.Dave Thind holds a ‘Trainer A’ license from the German Equestrian Federation. This high level degree is a level III, the highest possible, and one step higher than the ‘Bereiter’ title. An International Level III means certification as a Master Instructor. Dave has trained horses up to the Grand Prix level of dressage and show-jumping. His students have been successful up to international levels in both dressage and jumping. Many are successful trainers in their own right. As a popular clinician, Dave works with riders of various disciplines who seek heightened communication and performance, based on the German training system and expertise in biomechanics. Dave’s ability to convey complex theoretical concepts and help riders not only to feel, but also to reproduce improvement, sets this trainer apart.Dave has taught theory-based courses in riding and riding-related biomechanics at educational institutions such as the Westphalishe Reit und Fahr Schule Trainer School (GER), UMB Agricultural University (NOR), and Tveit Agricultural College (NOR).For more information on Equine Affaire, please consult www.equineaffaire.comTo learn more about Dave, please visit www.aspirefarm.comLike Aspire Farm on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Aspire-Farm/377816855679642
by P. Buffum
Monday, November 4, 2013
Sport Psychology Mounted Clinic with Dr. Jenny Susser 0 T. Richardson Team Hannigan At Larkspur Farm 56 Great Rd Littleton, MA presents Sport Psychology Mounted Clinic with Dr. Jenny Susser "Learn to ride with confidence" December 7 + 8, 2013 Clinic starts at 8 am with an hour lecture, mounted sessions start at 9, finish at 5. $225 per ride Auditing fee: $50 Learn to ride with confidence Clinic Location: Larkspur Farm 56 Great Road Littleton, MA 01460 Email: teamhannigan@gmail.com Jane Hannigan mobile: 978-270-0919 Sibley Hannigan mobile: 845-242-7028 Lee Hannigan Metzger mobile: 978-496-5701 Bring a chair, a warm coat and your questions Dr. Jenny Susser has a doctoral degree in Clinical Health Psychology, is New York State licensed, an AASP Certified Consultant, and specializes in Sport Psychology. Dr. Jenny was a four-year All-American swimmer and then assistant coach at UCLA, swam on two national teams, and at the 1988 Olympic Trials. She has worked with Division I collegiate teams such as UCLA, USC, California State University Dominguez Hills, and Hofstra University; and has worked with athletes of all sports and ages, including professional, international, and amateur. Her work with equestrians has a wide range, including adult amateurs, top-ranked Young Riders and Juniors, FEI competitors and trainers. Dr. Jenny was the Sport Psychologist for our 2012 Olympic Dressage Team for the London Games, she is an active participant in Lendon Gray’s D4K, and clinics around the country regularly. She remains active out of the pool these days by running and riding her horses. Please visit www.JennyRSusser.com for more information
by T. Richardson
Monday, November 4, 2013
Live Event- From the Judge's Point of View-11/15/13 6PM 0 L. Walsh Southern New England Dressage Presents; "From the Judge’s Point of View”   Presented by Bill Warren, USEF S Judge and Bill McMullin, USEF r Judge- Please join for our opening gala event on Nov. 15, 2013 at 6PM.  Located at the Hope Barn, Ryefield Rd Hope, RI 02831.  Dinner and presentation by the Bills.RSVP to dianecatanzaro@verizon.net   by November 11 to reserve your seat, or call Alyssa Freden at 617-970-1278
by L. Walsh
Friday, November 1, 2013
Schedule for Dave Thind Clinic and Open House 10/26-27 0 P. Buffum Normal 0 false false false EN-US JA X-NONE /* Style Definitions */ table.MsoNormalTable {mso-style-name:"Table Normal"; mso-tstyle-rowband-size:0; mso-tstyle-colband-size:0; mso-style-noshow:yes; mso-style-priority:99; mso-style-parent:""; mso-padding-alt:0in 5.4pt 0in 5.4pt; mso-para-margin:0in; mso-para-margin-bottom:.0001pt; mso-pagination:widow-orphan; font-size:12.0pt; font-family:Cambria; mso-ascii-font-family:Cambria; mso-ascii-theme-font:minor-latin; mso-hansi-font-family:Cambria; mso-hansi-theme-font:minor-latin;} Below is the schedule for Aspire Farm's Open House this weekend October 26-27, 2013 in Walpole, MA. Auditing is free to NEDA and CRDA members. For more information please do to www.aspirefarm.com or http://www.neda.org/events/event_details.asp?id=354352.  Hope to see you there! SATURDAY TIME/ RIDER / HORSE/ LEVEL   9:00 Amy Winnen Panama Training 9:45 Elizabeth Wallace Wibke 3rd 10:30 Carol Morris Mateo 2nd/3rd 11:45 Kelly Cordes Heiro 1st   12:30 LUNCH BREAK WITH BIOMECHANICS LECTURE AND PRESENATION OF WHITE STAR IN BITLESS BRIDLE   1:30 Lisa Dabrowski Nestor 3rd 2:15 Elizabeth Wallace Nicardo GP 3:00 Kathy Thode Patch 3rd 3:45 Kate Ward Rune 2nd   *3:00-6:00 pm Wine and Cheese   SUNDAY TIME/RIDER/HORSE/LEVEL   9:00 Kelly Cordes Heiro 1st 9:45 Elizabeth Wallace Wibke 3rd 10:30 Amy Winnen Panama Training 11:45 Carol Morris Mateo 2nd/3rd   12:30 LUNCH BREAK WITH LECTURE AND PRESENATION OF WHITE STAR IN BITLESS BRIDLE 1:30 Lisa Dabrowski Nestor 3rd 2:15 Elizabeth Wallace Nicardo GP 3:00 Kathy Thode Patch 3rd 3:45 Kate Ward Rune 2nd 4:30 END
by P. Buffum
Thursday, October 24, 2013
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