Virginia Dressage Association CHARLOTTESVILLE Chapter
updated 4/1/14 11:06 PM
2013 Clinic Information
is a comfortable facility located in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains between Crozet and White Hall, Virginia. The venue is auditor friendly and we’d like to encourage as much participation as possible. This is a great opportunity to watch and learn from one of the best! 4333 Cannon Brook Way, Charlottesville, VA 22901
VADA-CH is PROUD TO HOST a CLINIC with
Jeremy made his first appearance at a national venue in 1993 and then again in 1996 at the USDF Young Rider Championship where he earned Individual Gold and helped to win the Team Silver for Region 6. Since then, he has gained much attention in regional and national dressage press as “one to watch” among world class US competitors.
For more than a dozen years, Jeremy trained with the late Dietrich von Hopffgarten. He also rode at the Gestut Vorwerk in Germany training with Martina and Ralf Hannover, long time pupils of the late Herbert Rehbein. Jeremy works whenever possible with his friends Guenter Seidel and Debbie McDonald.
Jeremy’s most successful Grand Prix horse to date has been Jennifer Smith’s Parocco, who had extremely successful show seasons in 2005, 2006 and 2007 at Grand Prix and Grand Prix Freestyle winning every regional championship, the DG Bar High Performance Grand Prix in 2006 and many finishes in the top 3 at CDIs.
Jeremy is currently based in San Diego, CA
Please complete the either Rider clinic application form & include up to date Coggins with liability release form, or the Auditor form with liablilty release form and include a check & send to Gardy Bloemers, Clinic Manager, as soon as you are able. Slots filled on a first come, first served basis.
Questions? Contact Clinic Manager: firstname.lastname@example.org or 434 981 1017
Jeanne McDonald is an FEI 4* and USEF “S” dressage judge, a USDF/USEF Dressage Sport Horse Judge and a USDF Bronze, Silver, and Gold medalist. She is also an active competitor, having competed in dressage for over 24 years and trained all three of her horses to Grand Prix. In 2004 with Tantris, her approved Oldenburg stallion, they were the GAIG/USDF Reserve Champions at Intermediaire II and Grand Prix.
USEF 'S', FEI 4* judge
Streator Hill Farm
This clinic was partially subsidized by a Virginia Dressage Association (VADA) annual grant.