2015 Adult Camp Clinicians
Lynne Kimball Davis
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 had been training her FEI horse Upperclass (Duke) with Volker Brommann until she retired Duke last year, and has since switched her focus to her stunning (and huge!) five-year old gelding, Shanghai. Lynne is known for building confidence in riders of all levels and is a long-time favorite clinician.
Sharon McCusker is a USDF Bronze, Silver, and Gold Medalist, and a USET long-listed rider who has ridden with many top U.S. and European Dressage trainers. Sharon draws from her experience riding with these professionals and tailors an approach that works for each individual horse and rider.
She competed for a spot on the World Equestrian Games team at the Festival of Champions in 2014, where she had a great show but didn’t make the team. Most recently, Sharon has been competing her own 13 year-old gelding, Wrigley, in the CDI Grand Prix circuit in Wellington.
CRDA hosted Sharon for a clinic in 2014, and based on all of the positive feedback from the riders, we invited her to teach at the 2015 and 2016 Adult Camps.