Mythic Landing Events and Oatland Stables (Brookeville, MD) have teamed up to host a series of clinics with two of the area's best trainers: Stephen Bradley and Susan Graham White. Stephen Bradley will teach jump lessons in a group format on Sunday, December 19th. Susan Graham White will teach private dressage lessons on Wednesday, November 17th and Wednesday, December 1st. Depending on weather, participants will either ride in the 300' x 250' outdoor arena or the 220' x 80' indoor arena.
"Oatland Stables is thrilled to be hosting these clinics," says barn manager Cate Cohen. "We love sharing our facility with fellow riders and can't wait to see you at the farm."
Whether you are looking for help for you or your horse ... Stephen and Susan are here to help! Lessons costs are $110 for a 90-minute small group with Stephen or $125 for a 45-minute private with Susan.
"To be honest, I first started organizing clinics with Susan and Stephen for selfish reasons. I didn't want to trailer the 2 hours to each of their respective farms!" jokes Mythic Landing Events founder Margaret Rizzo. "But these clinics have blossomed and grow in popularity each time. My goal is to keep these clinics affordable so that area riders can take advantage and learn from two of the area's best trainers."
To learn more about each clinician, keep reading:
Based in Aldie Virginia, Stephen is a veteran US Equestrian Team member. His list of accomplishments include wins at Rolex Kentucky CCI**** and Burghley CCI***, competing as a member of two Gold Medal winning Pan American Games teams and competing in the Olympic Games. Stephen enjoys teaching all levels of riders from beginners to the advanced competitor. His enthusiasm, talent for communication, and ability to inspire confidence in the horse and rider make him a hit. When training with Stephen, you can be confident that you will receive expert instruction for your level of riding.
Susan Graham White:
Susan is an FEI dressage rider and trainer based at Wolfhaven Farm in Southern Maryland. She has been an active instructor, trainer and competitor in dressage for 25 years, and has successfully trained and coached students through the Advanced 3-Day level in eventing, and to FEI levels in dressage. She is also a licensed national USEA dressage and event judge, and an international FEI event judge. Susan travels extensively teaching and judging both internationally and throughout the United States.