Equestrian Press Release
Menlo Park, California – April 20, 2010. In less than six weeks, five-time Olympian Anne Kursinski will be visiting the West Coast for a special 3-day clinic at the Portola Valley Training Center in Menlo Park. It’s been years since Anne has taught a clinic in Northern California, as her breadth of experience across show jumping, hunters and equitation make her a much sought-after clinician throughout the country. A Pan Am Games gold medalist, 3-time World Equestrian Games rider and 12-time World Cup Finalist, Anne’s riding style has become the quintessential standard of American Show Jumping.
The clinic will take place June 18-20. Three sections, at jumping heights of 2’9”, 3’3” and 3’9”+, of just six riders each, will allow participants to receive intensive instruction from Anne in jumpers and equitation. Clinic registration cut-off date is approaching fast – so if you’ve been thinking about attending, fill out the registration form and send it in ASAP!!
Auditors are asked to register as well.
Toni and Colin McIntosh of McIntosh Stables are thrilled to have the opportunity to host this special event at their home base in Menlo Park. As trainers, they share Anne’s philosophy that the very best coaching is based on positive support, and always with the horse’s perspective in mind. Since opening their training business in the United States seven years ago, Toni and Colin have become known for their dedication to creating the very best riders and horses.
Visit www.mcintosh-stables.com for more details and registration materials.
This event is made possible by the support of the Portola Valley Training Center and Sidelines Magazine.