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Western Dressage Workshop and Private Lessons with Cathy Drumm
February 3 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm$175.00
Warm ups and exploration of the different gaits and “paces” within the gaits, such as working, collected and free, followed by 45 minute private lessons for workshop participants.
$175 per day
Special savings: $490 for Jan 6, Feb 3, and March 3 (including the Western Dressage Schooling show on March 3)
This is part of a series of Western Dressage events! View the other events by visiting our Facebook page.
** To register **
Contact Host Darlene Evans of Fairwinds Farm
email@example.com or 401-742-3970
** About Western Dressage **
Western Dressage provides a foundation through Classical Dressage for anything you wish to do with your horse. Whether reining, ranch, cow work, games, trail riding, or simple enjoyment, Western Dressage teaches your horse to carry himself properly and helps you create a lasting partnership.
** About Cathy Drumm **
– 30 Years of Classical Dressage and hunter/jumper experience
– Founding and senior member of the Western New England Professional Horseman’s Association Dressage Series
Cathy Drumm has been an equestrian instructor and trainer for over 30 years. Raised and educated in England, she learned to ride in the classical school of horsemanship, working her way through the British Pony Club ratings, Eventing, hunting and showing.
In 1997 Cathy established Golden Hill Farm in Lenox Dale, MA. This large and successful stable which offered lessons, college classes, school vacation programs and a rigorous show schedule. Cathy’s students competed very successfully on both the local and national show circuits.
As well as continuing to teach her Hunter/Jumper and English Dressage students, Cathy is focusing on the discipline of Western Dressage, as it builds on the very foundation—Classical Dressage—that she has always used. She is traveling all over New England, the U.S. and even Australia helping to spread the word and introduce riders to this wonderful new discipline.