Interested in driving instruction from a member of the United States Driving Team? If you’re been bitten by the driving bug, how could you possibly resist the opportunity? Or perhaps you’d rather train someone who has worked for and trained with a USET member?
USET member Barry Hunter and renowned instructor/trainer Olof Larsson will present a clinic focusing on driven dressage and cones on Saturday, March 30, 2019 at 3875 SE 118th Lane, Belleview, Florida.
Easily accessible from I-75, the clinic facility features rolling terrain, plenty of shade and unparalleled hospitality.
According to his biography on the USET website, before becoming a world- renowned course designer and clinician, Hunter was a college faculty member and lecturer in mathematics in the United Kingdom. He designed his first world championship courses at the FEI World Driving Championships for pairs in Conty, France in 2011. Now he designs courses worldwide, spending summers in Europe and Winters in Florida.
Larsson won the Swedish National driving championship in 1994 with a converted riding pony. He studied at the University of Equine Studies at Flyinge (the National Stud of Sweden) and eventually came to the US, working with Chester Weber. A specialist with four-in-hand driving, Larsson has made a name as an independent clinician. He was instrumental in the USEF Developing Driver Program and has been involved in the organization and teaching of the USEF Para-Equestrain clinics for driving.
Cones lessons with Barry Hunter are $75. Driven dressage lessons with Mr. Larsson are $125. Fee for auditing is $50. Stalls are available for $25.