December 2017 - Out & About
Written by CRM
Thursday, 30 November 2017 20:07

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Joy Gonzales, center, relaxes at the end of her Win A Day clinic with international show jumper Todd Minikus. An amateur rider, Joy won the educational and fun horsemanship session among 500-plus entries in Practical Horseman Magazine's recent contest. Part of the prize was sharing the 'spoils' with nine friends, including Alixa Totten, left, and Heather Olson. The clinic was held in early November at Jen Hannink's training barn in Modesto. Photo: Jocelyn Pierce/Practical Horseman Magazine

PATH International advanced instructor Megan McQueeney, left, and accomplished para and open rider Alex Henry, right, enjoy a day of coaching with Michel Assouline. The longtime coach of Great Britain's gold standard Para Dressage team, Michel is now the U.S.'s Para Dressage coach and has been touring the country giving symposiums for para riders and instructors. Therapeutic riding centers are increasingly becoming launch pads for international Para Dressage careers, and Ride On Therapeutic Horsemanship in Chatsworth advanced that trend by hosting the Michel Assouline Symposium Nov. 20-21. Organizer of the symposium for Ride On, Megan is also an accomplished open dressage rider and trainer. Thanks to Ride On for an event that was educational, inspiring and fun for all. Photo: Kim F. Miller