I’m leaving in the morning for Lexington, KY where I’ll be attending the 2016 International Society Of Rider Biomechanics Symposium. While there I’ll be sitting the Level 1 & 2 days of the symposium and taking the Level 1 practical exam. Plus having some extra, horsey fun.
This means that not only will I be able to help my therapeutic riding students more. But I’ll also be able to begin taking on regular clients who would like to improve their seat and position.
None of this would have been possible without the Deane Mcrae Memorial Scholarship. This generous grant covered the costs of the Level 1 course and both of the Level 1 exams.
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To say I’m incredibly excited about this opportunity to learn from so many professionals is an understatement. I’ve seen huge improvements in my teaching and riding just by working through the online course materials and I can only imagine how much more I’ll learn while I’m in Kentucky.
Our daily lectures and workshops are going to be at the Kentucky Horse Park, Midway University, and Asbury University. Can someone say “Horse Capital of the World!”
Between learning and studying, I’m hoping to be able to make it to Keeneland for the Grade 1 race and the Split Rock Jumping Tour. Plus the Horse Park has a driving show at the same time that I’m dying to see.