Kansas City Dressage Society to hold riding camp at WWU

The Kansas City Dressage Society will conduct its adult camp Wednesday
through Sunday (May 30-June 3) at William Woods University.

The camp will consist of 27 riders and their horses, as well
as auditors. Previous campers have come from Kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma and
Nebraska.
 
All participants, regardless of their level of experience, will
have an opportunity to enjoy intensive dressage instruction and training in a
fun and educational environment. The camp welcomes riders of all backgrounds,
levels and interests.
 
Each rider receives a group lesson and a private lesson daily
from USDF-certified instructors. Nightly lessons, demonstrations and/or
question and answer sessions will also be conducted. All instruction is
conducted at the university facilities composed of two large indoor arenas with
seating for auditors. Lectures are conducted in university classrooms. All
participants and their horses are housed on the WWU campus.
 
The Kansas City Dressage Society is an organization that
strives to educate the members of the public about dressage training and the
practical application in equestrian endeavors. Members endeavor to promote
interest and appreciation in the art of dressage.
 
The organization frequently offers clinics and other training
opportunities from notable dressage authorities, sponsors recognized shows,
offers judge and instructor education programs, sponsors adult and junior
dressage camps and offers lectures and discussions on a wide variety of topics
related to horse care and training. For more information, contact Maggie
Stonecipher at 913-908-6992 or at stoneymeadow@earthlink.net.