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Trizone Eventer Challenge Training with Sam Griffiths Tues 27 August

Trizone Eventer Challenge Training with Sam Griffiths Tues 27 August
Posted on July 18, 2013
Archive : July 2013
Category : News

EQUILIBRIUM Products is extending its sponsorship of the Tri-Zone BE100 Eventer Challenge Series at Fidelity Blenheim Palace Horse Trials to offer you a unique opportunity to attend a day of specific eventer challenge training with tuition from a world class event rider around a specially designed course.

International event rider Sam Griffiths will be holding an exclusive one day clinic at Swalcliffe Park Equestrian Centre in Oxfordshire on a specially designed course from senior BE course builder and designer, David Evans and Richard Taylor.

Sam Griffiths is currently ranked 24th in the World, 15th in UK and has represented Australia in the World Equestrian Games, USA 2010 and London Olympic Games 2012.  Sam successfully competed two of his top horses at Badminton this year and has his sights firmly fixed on being part of the Australian team again, this time at 2014 World Equestrian Games in France.

Riders will receive expert advice from Sam to including walking the course to how prepare your horse at home and on the day of the competition.

The day will be divided into 1 ˝ hour sessions in groups of four riders and will include lunch or afternoon tea plus a special question and answer session with Sam.

 If you have already qualified for this year’s Eventer Challenge final, are working towards qualification or would simply like to take advantage of this unique opportunity ensure that you get your entry in early as numbers are limited.

 Click here to enter now!

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