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Southern Strides Versatility Clinic Announced



Southern Strides will offer a Versatility Clinic at the Unadilla facility, Southeastern Arena, located in Unadilla, Ga., the Sunday morning, May 17, after the horse show on Saturday beginning at 9:00 AM until noon.  This will be the first in a series of clinics provided by Southern Strides to provide educational opportunities for all of our members.  This clinic will provide an overview of the Versatility program and the Versatility classes and will then focus in detail on the Trail Obstacle division.
 
The clinic will be conducted by Mary Helen Coleman Martin from South Carolina.  Mary Helen is widely recognized as an accomplished flat-shod and versatility competitor and over the years has trained several Versatility and Supreme Versatility Champions.  Mary Helen will work with a limited number of horse and rider teams, but anyone is welcome to audit the clinic.

Cost to participate in the clinic with your horse:

No charge for members
$20 for non-members

The number of horse/rider participant teams is limited, so sign up early!

There is no charge to audit the clinic and auditors do not have to sign up in advance. For more information contact Susan Paul to sign up for the clinic. sgppaul@symbolene.com or 770-601-9289
Please take a look at our website www.southernstridestwh.org to find out more about Southern Strides and our series of Versatility shows in Georgia.

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