EAP Level II Sessions Around Corner; Auditors Welcome

May 6,2010



The Emerging Athletes Program (EAP) Level II Training Sessions are right around the corner. Notifications will go out in early July to the riders who have been accepted into the level II sessions.

Selection for the 2010 Level II sessions and the Level III National Training Camp is based on riding skills, general impression of potential, overall horsemanship and written test scores as determined during their evaluations.

The first Level II session of the year will be in Region 4, hosted by the Oklahoma State Fairgrounds in Oklahoma City, OK July 19-20 with clinician Eliza Shuford.

USHJA members are encouraged to audit the Level II Training Sessions or the Level III National Training Camp. If interested, contact Melanie Fransen, USHJA director of programs and education, or the location host of the training session for information on the registration fee.

The Level III National Training Camp will be held Nov. 19-21 at the Buffalo Therapeutic Riding Center in Buffalo, NY. Contact Kelley at BTRC for more information about auditing the training session. 716.877.9295.

The mission of EAP is to develop complete horsemen by implementing a system of identifying and nurturing talented young riders and providing them with support and assistance in achieving their full potential. This program creates opportunities for young riders to advance their education in their pursuit to become professionals within our industry.

Contact: Melanie Frasen mfrasen@ushja.org

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