JEN SAPPINGTON TRUETT
APRIL 24-25, 2021
Jen is a member of the inaugural group of the USEF/USDF Emerging Young Horse Program! She has also recently acquired her USDF FEI B instructor certification.
Jen's biomechanical approach to teaching and training is applicable to many disciplines including H/J, Eventing, and Western Dressage, in addition to her personal passion, Dressage. Her techniques can help shave seconds out on the course by helping the horse/rider combination turn sharper, ride more direct lines, and keep rails in cups from improved balance and effective half halts.
Western Dressage riders appreciate how Jen taps into her many years as a youth competing successfully in Western Pleasure and combine that experience with her knowledge of correct Dressage training to improve the lateral and longitudinal balance of the horse.
Dressage riders of all levels enjoy Jen's ability to communicate clearly both the "why" and "how" to do something, instead of just giving a "command" lesson.
Many of her riders have earned USDF Bronze, Silver and Gold Medals, Regional and National Championships and year end awards. Jen's depth of knowledge in classical dressage, biomechanics, and ground work theories, her extensive "tool" box of exercises and multitude of ways to explain the same idea all combined with her quick wit, sassy personality, and boundless energy make her clinics consistently fun and entertaining for riders and auditors alike.
You can follow Jen and find more information about her extraordinary equestrian life at www.mydhf.com
We will have 2 ride times available for Saturday April 24th and 6 rides times plus a discussion available on April 25th. The cost per ride is $160 per day or $300 for both days. Auditing is available for SATURDAY $20.00 and SUNDAY for $30.00. Limited overnight stabling is available for $20 per night on a first come first serve basis. An "outdoor" dinner event will follow the clinic on Saturday for an additional $15.
Payments can be Zelled to or arranged by phone at 913-680-7551.