2018 CRDA Adult Camp
Saturday and Sunday, April 28-29, 2018
Apple Knoll Farm, Millis, MA
Opening date: March 12, 2018 (No early postmarks or hand deliveries please)
Closing date: Entry must be in hand (not postmarked) on or before April 14, 2018 (so mail early!)
Local judge and trainer Rita Brown will be one of the two clinicians at the 2018 CRDA Adult Camp. And of course, Lynne Kimball Davis is returning by popular demand! Camp provides a friendly learning environment with a range of riders working from training level to FEI. The campers find support from both the clinicians and the other campers. Their goals have included increasing their horses’ adjustability, improving their dressage scores and enjoying the comradery of the camp atmosphere. CRDA Adult Camp is open to both adult amateurs and professionals. Auditors are welcomed and encouraged!
Camp is a two-day event that includes a 45-minute private lesson each morning, followed by a 30-minute private lesson each afternoon, with alternating instructors. The entry fee includes a continental breakfast and lunch on both Saturday and Sunday. Overnight and day stabling is available at Apple Knoll Farm for an additional fee.
About the Clinicians
Lynne Kimball Davis is a USDF Bronze, Silver, and Gold medalist. She trained extensively in England and Austria and is a British Horse Society Intermediate Instructor. She trained and competed many horses to FEI levels, most notably Pompidou (Piet), whom Ulla Salzgeber purchased as an 8-year-old and successfully competed in his first two Grand Prix in Germany. Originally from Natick, MA, Lynne now lives and trains full-time in Wellington, Florida. She has coached many students to the FEI levels, and she helped numerous students earn their Bronze and Silver Medals, and has a current student who is one score away from earning her Gold Medal. Lynne is bringing along her stunning (and huge) 7-year-old gelding, Shanghai, with coaching from Susan Jaccoma and Volker Brommann. Lynne is known for building confidence in riders of all levels and is a long-time favorite clinician.
Rita Brown is a Bronze, Silver and Gold Medalist. She holds a BS in Animal Science from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst and has received her “r” judging certification. For the past 16 years she has run her business out of Longmeadow Farm in Scituate, Mass, where she offers board and training for competitive dressage horses and riders. She currently works with Catherine Haddad Staller and Henk Van Bergen. She also participates in the USEF/USDF Trainers’ Conference/Judge’s Forum annually. Rita attributes her classical education to working with top professional international competitors and trainers like Tom Noone, Christopher Hickey and Pamela Goodrich, in addition to clinics with Volker Moritz, Morten Thomsen, Ulla Salzgeber and Steffen Peters.
CRDA members: $450
Stabling is a flat rate of $70 for the weekend, which includes overnight stabling (Friday/Saturday or Saturday only), or day-stabling (Saturday/Sunday). Please include your check for stabling payable to CRDA with your camp entry.
Entries accepted on a first-come, first-served basis, based on postmark date. No hand delivered entries will be accepted.
Auditors: Members $5/day and non-members $10/day
For more information contact: Paula Enos at 508-274-4029, RW35PV@gmail.com, or Terry Brennan at (508) 560-3622, email@example.com (before 8 PM please).
Send entries to Terry Brennan, 645 Central Turnpike, Sutton, MA 01590.
Click here for the Adult Camp entry form
Click here for the Apple Knoll Release Form (PDF)