CRDA and NEDA Present:
2019 Unmounted Winter Series Clinics
with Patty Montana (USDF“L” Graduate)
February 10th and March 10th 1pm – 3pm
To be held in the observation room at Cutler Farm in Medfield, MA Generously donated by L’Acadiane Equine Management
Volunteers make up the largest part of the workforce of any dressage show, from parking attendant to test runner to scribe to scorer. They are the people that competitors count on to make the shows run smoothly. But do you know what’s involved with the different volunteer positions? Some require little more than common sense, but others require special skills that can be learned through education and practice.
This series will take an in depth look at the various volunteer positions available at Dressage Shows, exploring their importance, the associated responsibilities, and how to be successful in each role. Come to these sessions so you can familiarize yourself with these various positions and make the most out of your volunteering experience this show season.
In our second session we will also be learning about the new 2019 Dressage Tests with Patty!
Cost per clinic is $10 per member (must be either a CRDA or NEDA member for the members price)
and $20 for non members
(Light refreshments will be served)
RSVP to Angela Rice at firstname.lastname@example.org
or thru our Facebook event if possible but walk ins welcome!
Part one of our series will include a scribing clinic, and will focus on the volunteer positions of scoring and test running!
This clinic will be held on February 10th from 1:00 to 3:00.
Please bring a black or blue pen as well as a red pen, and a clipboard to write on.
Part two of our series will include a review of the new 2019 dressage tests, and will focus on the volunteer positions of stewarding for warm up rings as well as stewarding for show rings!
This clinic will be held on March 10th from 1:00 to 3:00.
(No supplies are needed for this clinic.)