Wellington, Florida – December 29, 2016 – Para-Equestrian Dressage riders from all countries are invited to participate in the USEF Para-Equestrian Dressage High Performance Symposium held in Wellington, Florida, with FEI 3* Dressage and FEI 4* Para Dressage Judge Kristi Wysocki. The symposium is scheduled for January 22-24, 2017, following the Adequan® Global Dressage Festival CPEDI3* January 19-22. The symposium will be held in the Van Kampen Arena at the Global Dressage Festival Show Grounds. The cost of the clinic is $50 on Sunday, $75 on Monday, and $75 on Tuesday. Auditors are welcome for free on Sunday and $25 on Monday and Tuesday.
The two and a half day symposium begins following the show on Sunday, January 22, 2017. Monday, January 23, includes a full day followed by a half day on Tuesday. The focus of the symposium will be riding the new FEI Para-Dressage Tests and working on what the judges are looking for.
About Kristi Wysocki:
Kristi Wysocki is an FEI 3* Dressage and FEI 4* Para Dressage Judge. She is also a USEF licensed Dressage Sport Horse judge. She has judged CDIs and CPDs in both the U.S. and Europe. She has judged many USDF Regional Championships. She and her husband own Somewhere Farms and Eagle’s Wing Equine Therapy and Rehab Center in Colorado. They train dressage and rehabilitate horses following injuries and illnesses. She has competed several horses to the FEI levels, winning many regional and local championships through Grand Prix. Wysocki has also successfully competed in the CDI arena with multiple horses. Her students have competed successfully through the Grand Prix Level. She is a member of the USEF Para Dressage Committee and Chair of the USDF Sport Horse Committee.
For more information on the details of this symposium, please contact Laureen Johnson, High Performance Director, Para Equestrian & Vaulting, United States Equestrian Federation, Inc. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.