Prepare for Medal Finals with the Judge’s Feedback and Equitation Prep Clinic

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Middlefield, CT: For riders preparing for the Big Eq Finals, there’s no better way that reserving a spot in Epic Farm’s upcoming “Judge’s Feedback and Equitation Prep Clinic” to be held September 7 and 8 at the farm’s stunning Connecticut facility. Frank Madden, Timmy Kees, and Jimmy Torano will all be on hand to give riders feedback and help prep them for not only the Big Eq Finals, but any Zone or state finals. 

Participants at the clinic will receive instant feedback and training tips from the panelists.

Two judged and scribed rounds will be held for each section. Saturday will feature sections at 2’6”, 2’9” and 3’, and participants will receive their feedback immediately after their section. On Sunday a 3’3” section and 3’6” section will be held, and the feedback will take place after completion.

Attendance is limited, so those wanting to attend should be sure to reserve their spot immediately. The fee is $150 per division, with a $50 non-refundable registration fee. An auditing fee of $25 will be charged and refreshments will be available.

Set on 27 acres of lush grass and century-old trees, Epic Farm has a country feel while being conveniently located close to major routes. Two indoor arenas (the main one is 84’ x 204’, with the warm up arena measuring 60’ x 120’) and a large outdoor (140’ x 220’) all feature excellent footing. The barns, a 20-stall courtyard barn and a “T” barn which houses 14 horses were built by King Construction, and provide plenty of windows offering great cross-ventilation. All stalls are 12’ by 12’. Two heated tack rooms are contained in the courtyard barn, while the T barn features a double size tack room with a kitchen and tack cleaning area.

Epic Farm has horses available for sale or lease, and breeds top of the line Section B Welsh ponies.

To reserve a spot, contact Jill Kulmann at 860 620 3686. Epic Farm is located at 240 Cherry Hill Road, Middlefield, CT.

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