Area III and Area II Young Rider programs have come together to sponsor a Summer Camp.  The riders do not have to be a Young Rider - Adults are more than welcome!  You must be a member of the United States Eventing Association (USEA) and a member of your Area’s Young Rider or Adult Rider program.  All levels are invited from Beginner Novice and up. The camp will be held at Tryon International Equestrian Center, Mill Spring, North Carolina, July 21-25.  

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Instructors: With a ratio of 1 coach to 10 riders, the following have been confirmed.

Mara DePuy - .A member of the 1996 Olympic team, Mara is an active competitor and instructor.  As a clinician, Mara has a unique ability to use simple exercises that you can repeat at home to get the most out of your riding sessions

Hilda Donahue – .  Originally from Dublin, Ireland, Hilda has competed at many of the world’s top events.  Hilda is a long time clinician for the Area III Young Riders and especially loved by the junior riders.

John Michael Durr - .  Active  throughout Areas II and III as a competitor, coach and course designer.  A past clinic participant had this to say about her experience – “I’ve always said that many many people can ride but teaching others is a gift and JM definitely has this gift.”    

Lauren Eckardt – .  As Young Rider in the early 2000’s Lauren has competed through the Advanced level.  She focuses on providing her clients with a well-rounded education in dressage and jumping while having fun through every step of the journey. 

Leslie Law – .  Originally from Great Britain, Leslie is an Olympic individual gold medalist and based in Ocala, FL since 2006.  Leslie has participated in the Area 3 Summer Camps for several years and offers a wealth of experience for intermediate riders.

Daniela Moguel - . Daniela Moguel is the first CCI5* rider to represent Mexico, and the first Mexican event rider to compete at the FEI World Equestrian Games (WEG).  Daniela now teaches and trains from her base in Shelby, NC. 

Julie Richards - .  Julie competed in the 2000 and 2004 Olympics winning team bronze.  She is an active competitor and coach.  2020 is Julie’s third year as the Area III Young Riders coach.  In 2019, the Area III 3* team earned team gold and an individual first place finish.

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Nicole Zardus

Nicole Zardus and Six Gun Salute- Novice at Carolina Horse Park

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