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We’re restarting our seminar series! We’re kicking off with a popular subject, which is a survey of the history of dressage and how it came to be what it is today. Starting with ancient times, this survey goes over significant riders and authors that have influenced the art, when different movements appeared, and how dressage was used in battle. Feel free to bring a potluck dish to share (completely optional but makes it fun). The lecture is approximately one hour long with a Q&A session at the end. While it is an in-person event, you can also join in virtually over Zoom by becoming a Bronze supporter on Patreon (the session will also be recorded for the “basic equestrian” tier). The session will be held at the Sr. Priscilla Jean Pavilion by the arena. Tickets for the seminar are $15 apiece.

*Navigation tip: GPS likes to stop on the bridge on Lower Flat Creek Rd. Keep going a couple more blocks, and you’ll see the driveway and pavilion on the right!


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