Fall is in the air! With just a few more more shows until Medal Finals, I want to thank everyone who made this show season such a great success. We have officially decided to keep the the "Hunter Classic" a classic at the Medal Finals this year. But, there are some chomping for a real Derby so watch out next year, we might switch it up!
I would like to remind trainers, parents, and exhibitors to PLEASE double check with Nancy Armantrout to make sure you are on the UHJA member list, so all your points will count toward year end awards! And, if you find any mistakes, please let Nancy Armantrout know ASAP.
Also, if you have any barn news, please give Vickie Cozzens a shout, she'd be happy to include your news in the next newsletter.
I am excited to see everyone again at the final shows!
UTAH DRESSAGE SOCIETY TO HOST "BITS AND BITING" CLINIC ON SEPTEMBER 26 & 27
Utah Dressage Society is hosting a “Bits and Bitting” clinic conducted by Lori Carter, US representative for Sprenger bits. The Dressage Socity invites everyone in the hunter / jumper community to come hear this exciting presentation.
The Friday Sept. 26th lecture seminar will be held at the Sandy City Bicentennial Park indoor pavilion, 530 E 8680 S, Sandy from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. The presentation will cover the history of bits from ancient times to the present, how to fit your horse for a bit, different types of bits and their uses and how to select the proper bit for your horse. Cost is $5 per person.
The Saturday Sept. 27th clinic will be held at Rose Ranch stables, 11162 S Redwood Rd, Sandy beginning at 9:00 a.m. People can sign up to bring their horses to be fitted for bits and try out different bits.
Cost is $15 for people who bring their horses; auditors are free. For more information on the clinic or to sign up to bring your horse, contact Lara Oles at firstname.lastname@example.org or 307-727-6055.
UHJA 2014 RULE BOOK - READ IT & KNOW THE RULES!
It's ready for public viewing and great way to get in the know before show season starts up next month. Check out the 2014 UHJA Rule Book and don't get your hand or hooves slapped at the first show. UHJA RULE BOOK