USHJA Announces Equestrian Coach.com as an Educational Service Provider
October 14, 2010
USHJA has teamed up with EquestrianCoach.com to offer USHJA members with an on-line, easily accessible and affordable educational resource. EquestrianCoach.com serves as a coaching aid to riders and trainers alike and aims to make quality education accessible and affordable to every equestrian, regardless of background, level, or geographic location. In order to deliver the best online instruction, EquestrianCoach.com gathers training tips from the most talented equestrians in the world, captures it on video, and delivers it to subscribers of the site.
"The USHJA welcomes EquestrianCoach.com to our family of educational service providers. We are excited to have EquestrianCoach.com offer their comprehensive educational service to our members at a discounted rate." Said Bill Moroney, President of USHJA.
President and founder of EquestrianCoach.com Bernie Traurig, shares Moroney’s enthusiasm, “USHJA’s commitment to provide its members with the highest quality education makes EquestrianCoach.com a true fit as an educational provider to the USHJA members. This site provides subscribers the opportunity to immerse themselves in a variety of topics as well as and receive guidance from trainers such as Will Simpson, Rich Fellers, John French, Missy Clark, Gina Miles, J. Michael Plumb, Debbie McDonald, and many more. The USHJA members will greatly benefit from the educational resources we can offer on our site.”
Traurig is currently George Morris’s Associate Chef d’ Equipe to the United States Equestrian Team on the West Coast, and has earned numerous accolades in his career.
As a horseman and 2009 inductee into the National Show Hunter Hall of Fame, Traurig is renowned not only for his riding talents, but for his teaching and coaching gifts as well. He’s been a member the United States Equestrian Team in both the US and abroad. With a true breadth of knowledge and experience, Traurig has achieved the top level of competition in all three of the International Equestrian Olympic disciplines: show jumping, dressage, and eventing. After 53 years of experience in equestrian sport, his 2009 induction into the National Show Hunter Hall of Fame, and contact with thousands of horses throughout the years, Traurig has a strong desire to provide others with the knowledge that has allowed him so much fulfillment and success.
For more information on how to subscribe, visit http://www.equestriancoach.com/education/USHJA. When you checkout, be sure to enter USHJA in the coupon box to receive 15% off all memberships.
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