Understanding Western Dressage and How it can Aid in Overall Balance and Training
A clinic with Julie Haugen
USDF ‘r’ judge, USEF WD ‘R’ Judge
April 2 & 3, 2022
Location: Roy Yates Arena, 2033 J Rd. Fruita, CO 81521
Registration deadline: March 13th, 2022
Julie Haugen has over 30 years of experience training multiple breeds in various disciplines and instructing all levels of riders. The principles of dressage are at the core of her passion which she uses to help both horse and rider to become the best team they can be. She has won or facilitated the win of over 45 National and World titles in the Morgan Breed and Western Dressage arenas. Her biggest pride is in seeing her clients succeed in the arena, whether it be at home or the show pen. Becoming a USEF Judge in both traditional Dressage and Western Dressage has aided in her teaching and helped to clarify her passion for these divisions.
This fun and educational clinic is suitable for riders of all abilities!!
Riders new to Western Dressage will ride in groups of 3-4
More advanced riders can choose a private session if they prefer
Group sessions will include an introduction to Western Dressage principles for horses and riders and how to integrate it into your everyday training.
Anyone who would like to ride a test and receive Julie’s feedback will have that opportunity. This is a great way to learn from each other!
Participants are encouraged to audit (free) other sessions.
$65 per rider/group session (1.5 hrs)
$85 per rider/private session (45 min)
Audit $15/day (free for WDACO members)
Overnight stalling may be available
For information contact:
Education/clinic coordinator for Grand Valley Dressage Society: Megan Bretey, 970 250 5812
Clinic Coordinator Western Dressage Association of Colorado: Silja Knoll, 970 402 5104