Farr Park Equestrian Center Hosts “Form and Fences” Clinic Jan. 28-29
Improve your hunter and jumper skills at this two-day clinic
EAST BATON ROUGE PARISH—Farr Park Equestrian Center will host "Form and Fences," a two-day hunter and jumper clinic with instructor Meghan Hurst Jan. 28-29 at the equestrian center, 6402 River Road.
The clinic will begin at 9 a.m. on both days. The first day will include instruction about flat work and gymnastics and the second day will include instruction about course work. Riders' jumping levels include beginner, up to two feet; intermediate, two to three feet; and advanced, over three feet.
The fee is $75 for both days, and proper riding attire is required.
About Meghan Hurst: Meghan has more than 20 years of riding experience. She has competed in all levels of equitation, hunters and jumpers, and won numerous Maclay and USEF medal classes as well as adult jumper and amateur owner classes around the country. Megan and her horse qualified for indoors as an amateur owner in 2003 and competed in many grand prixs. Megan fully understands the mechanics of riding jumper/ equitation classes as well as executing a winning ride.
To learn more about the "Form and Fences" clinic, call Farr Park Equestrian Center at 225-769-7805.