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Subject: TEVIS CUP SURVIVAL & ENDURANCE RIDING CLINIC
May 6, 1999
For Immediate Release
For more information, contact: Ann Hall 530.885.1165
Tevis Cup Survival and Endurance Riding Clinic
AUBURN, California -- An all day endurance riding clinic with tips on
surviving and succeeding at the Tevis Cup 100 Mile One Day Ride is
scheduled for Wednesday, July 21, 1999, in Auburn, California, at the
Gold Country Fairgrounds. The clinic is planned three-days prior to
the Tevis Cup Ride where some 250 riders plan to compete. The clinic
begins at 9:30 AM with registration at 8:30 AM and includes the
following speakers and topics:
Stephen Duren, Ph.D. and Kathleen Crandell Ph.D. will discuss their
knowledge of and experiences with equine nutrition and exercise
physiology particularly how its affect's endurance athletes. Both
doctors Duren and Crandell specialize in performance horse nutrition
for Kentucky Equine Research, Inc. and are responsible for technical
support and consultation. Dr. Duren provided nutritional consultation
for the 1998 Kentucky Derby winner Real Quiet.
Donna Synder-Smith, author and nationally recognized riding
consultant, will present the advantages of using centered riding
techniques to benefit both horse and rider during endurance riding
competition. Donna will offer methods to increase riding awareness
through audience participation in fun, easy to learn exercises. Donna
is a Director-at-Large of the American Endurance Ride Conference. She
holds clinics throughout the United States and is currently a
contributor of informative articles in the AERC Endurance News.
Mo Livermore, a Board of Governor of the Western States Trail
Foundation, will discuss the importance of rider care and
preparations. Mo is a multi-talented horsewoman and ultra-marathon
runner. She has completed both the Tevis Cup 100 Mile Ride and the
Western States 100 Mile Endurance Run. She has also competed in
numerous Ride & Tie Races and has ridden horseback 1,960 miles over
the Pony Express Overland Trail from St. Joseph, Missouri to
Kate Riordan, a Board of Governor of the Western States Trail
Foundation, will provide a demonstration of Tellington Touch Equine
Aware Method (TTEAM) for use and benefit during the Tevis. Kate is
editor of the Sierra Heritage Magazine in Auburn, California, and is
well-known for her knowledge and practice of message therapy and
holistic treatment in athletic equines.
Other clinic topics include: Updates regarding the Western States
Trail and the 1999 Tevis Cup Ride, and The State of Endurance Riding
in American and abroad by Doyle Patrick, Executive Director of the
American Endurance Ride Conference.
All clinic participants are treated to a continental breakfast,
luncheon, mid-morning and afternoon coffee breaks, and sponsored prize
drawings and giveaways. Sponsors of the clinic will provide
participants with a trade show of endurance related products and
services. There will be an evening reception and outdoor barbecue
hosted and sponsored by the Western States Trail Foundation.
The Tevis Cup 100 Mile One Day Ride scheduled for July 24, 1999, and
is the first and foremost equestrian endurance event of its kind in
the World. The historic Western States Trail used by the event
crosses the rugged Sierra Nevada Mountains between Squaw Valley and
Auburn, California. Competitors are from all over the World as well
as throughout the United States and Canada. The Tevis Cup Ride is
celebrating its 45th Anniversary.
Reservations are being accepted for the clinic and space is limited.
The cost to attend the clinic is $40 and there are discounts for Tevis
Cup riders or crew members. Trade show exhibitor and sponsorship
inquiries are welcome. For more information and to register call:
530.885.1165, or via e-mail on the at: email@example.com.
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