The University of Nebraska—Lincoln Department of Animal Science Extension will host its Western Dressage Clinic in August.
The clinic will be from 5 to 8 p.m. Aug. 13 and 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Aug. 14 at the R.B. Warren Arena, Animal Science Complex, 3940 Fair St.
Western Dressage Clinic is for those looking for a challenge or just something new for their horse and themself.
Featured will be United States Dressage Federation Bronze, Silver and Gold medalist Frances Carbonnel of Castle Rock, Colo. She will give demonstrations and lectures for all levels.
Carbonnel is a two-time International Andalusian and Lusitano Horse Association Horsewoman of the Year. She holds several Open World Championship awards at the Western Dressage Association of America World Show at levels two, three and four, and musical freestyle. Also, Carbonnel is a founding member of the WDAA and has trained several national championship Andalusians.
Aug. 13 will have lectures that talk about what is Western dressage, its rules, equipment, tack and more. Aug. 14 will have demonstrations for riders of various levels and training of their horse and themselves.
Auditors can pre-register by Aug. 6 for $40 per adult and $25 per youth. After Aug. 6, cost per adult is $50 and $35 per youth.
To register online, visit https://go.unl.edu/westerndressageclinic. To register by mail, download the Western Dressage Clinic flyer at https://animalscience.unl.edu/western-dressage-clinic and fill out the bottom portion.
Mail your registration form and check to: Kathy Anderson, University of Nebraska—Lincoln, C204 Animal Science Complex, 3940 Fair St., Lincoln, NE 68583-0908. You must pay in full to reserve a spot.