February 20th-21st, 2016
Don’t miss out on this amazing opportunity!
Rider’s Choice – Dressage, Show Jumping, or Cross Country. Groups $75; Private $100.
Australian eventing rider Dominic Schramm already has international riding experience that sets him apart from many of his peers. A dedicated and determined athlete, Schramm has demonstrated he is prepared to do what it takes to improve his skills and fulfill his desire to reach the top of his sport.
Whether competing a client’s horse or teaching a lesson or clinic, Dom and Jimmie Schramm’s philosophy remains the same. By focusing on a few fundamental approaches, they enthusiastically help both horse and rider develop in order to reach their potential.
Training the Horse
Having the ability to adjust to each individual horse’s needs is crucial in developing a training program that prepares the horse both physically and mentally for competition. Dom and Jimmie Schramm have the experience necessary to make an accurate assessment of a horse’s capabilities and are patient and thorough in every aspect of his training to ensure that he is ready and willing to perform at the show.
Training the Rider
Whether a junior, adult amateur or competitive rider, Dom and Jimmie Schramm provide instruction that is as informative as it is encouraging. By helping riders communicate more effectively with their horses, Dom and Jimmie assist students in feeling more confident and equip them with skills that allow them to train better at home as well as perform better in competition.
Hailing from the small outback town of Charleville, Australia, Dom developed an affinity with horses from a very early age. This ‘country’ influence is evident in his training approach and horsemanship today. Building on this background, Dom’s passion for eventing has taken him all over Australia as well as to equestrian hubs around the globe, including the United States, England and Germany. He has already been recognized by national selectors and was a member of the 2006 Australian Young Rider Eventing Squad as well as having experience at the three star level. Dom developed as a rider under the guidance of recent WEG competitor Christopher Burton for whom he worked as a working student for 2 years. A brave and hungry competitor, Schramm also possesses the patience, experience and knowledge to very competently start horses from the ground up.
Seeking a more internationally competitive atmosphere, Dom made the decision to relocate to the US in late 2010. Since then, he has already begun making an impression in US eventing circles for his riding ability as well as his enthusiastic and fresh teaching style. Aboard his new ride, experienced eve tear Cold Harbor, Dom successfully campaigned him through 2013 and achieved a noteworthy result at the Fair Hill CCI** in the fall. 2014 has seen Dom return to the 3 star level and his main priority is to navigate Cold Harbor to Rolex 2015 and strengthen his string of competition horses.
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