SAHJA Clinic with Mark Leone ~ December 13-16, 2018
Every year, SAHJA hosts an educational clinic for members in good standing. This year, the SAHJA Clinic will be held at Murieta Equestrian Center on December 13-16, 2018. Mark Leone will be the guest clinician. The clinic will consist of two-day sessions, Thursday-Friday and Saturday-Sunday and is FREE for SAHJA members in good standing as of October 1, 2018. Riders must be currently showing at the height they apply for in the clinic.
Online applications must be submitted by noon on November 24, 2018. No faxed or emailed applications will be accepted. REMINDER: Due to the popularity of the clinic, members are chosen to ride via a lottery process.
Riders and horses must come prepared to participate in the clinic at the appropriate level, the board has the right to verify eligibility prior to acceptance in the clinic. Any horse/rider combo that is disruptive to the rest of the clinic can be excused at the discretion of a board member or clinician.
Any questions, contact Karine Brooks at firstname.lastname@example.org
ABOUT MARK LEONE
MARK LEONE has more than 30 years of experience as both a winning international show jumping rider and leading trainer. During his career in the irons, Mark has had Grand Prix triumphs at many of the nation’s top competitions, including The Winter Equestrian Festival, The National Horse Show, and The Washington International Horse Show, where he won the President’s Cup Grand Prix, and on three separate occasions, the challenging Puissance Class. Another passion for Mark is helping aspiring equestrians of all levels achieve their goals in the saddle. He is a highly respected clinician and coach and has trained with iconic horsemen such as Bert De Nemethy, George Morris, Frank Chapot, Michael Matz, Conrad Homfeld and Rodney Jenkins. Mark Leone is Zone 2 Jumper Chairman, sits on several USEF committees, and has served as “athlete representative” for the United States Olympic Committee. In 2010, he was named as a member of the 2010 World Equestrian Games Show Jumping Team Selection Committee. His knowledge and expertise has also landed him in front of the camera as on-air commentator for broadcasts on ESPN and Fox Sports.