Dressage Clinic to be Held at Wilson April 17, 18
Posted: April 1, 2010
4/1/2010 British riding instructor Jeremy Beale will give dressage clinics Saturday and Sunday, April 17 and 18, at Wilson College.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
DATE: April 1, 2010
CONTACT: John B. Tukey, Director of Equestrian Studies
Phone: 717-264-4141, Ext. 3296
CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. – British riding instructor Jeremy Beale will give dressage clinics Saturday and Sunday, April 17 and 18, at Wilson College. The clinic is full, but auditors are welcome to attend free of charge. The clinics are recommended for advanced and upper-intermediate students.
The clinics will begin at 9 a.m. each day in the Hawthorne Arena at Wilson’s Penn Hall Equestrian Center. Clinics are open to the public for auditing.
Beale was reserve rider for the British Equestrian Team for the 1960 and 1964 Olympic Games in Rome and Tokyo, respectively. In 1967, he came to the United States to take up the directorship of Potomac West, which subsequently became known as the Pacific Horse Center. In 1971 he moved to Chester Springs, where he established Pen-y-Bryn Equestrian Center after three years at Fox Hollow Farm.
In recent years he re-entered the competitive arena in the field of dressage, competing with much success through Grand Prix and earning a U.S.D.F. Gold Medal. He now has an extensive clinic circuit that takes him the length and breadth of the country, as well as abroad.
For more information, contact Wilson College Director of Equestrian Studies John Tukey at 717-264-4141, Ext. 3296, or via email to email@example.com.
Founded in 1869, Wilson College is a liberal arts college dedicated to the education of women. Affiliated with the Presbyterian Church and located in Chambersburg, Pa. Wilson offers bachelor’s degrees in 30 areas and a master’s degree in education. The college’s 2009-10 enrollment in both the College for Women and the Adult Degree Programs is 838 and includes students from 20 states and 18 foreign countries. Wilson is committed to environmental sustainability and to preparing leaders who will serve their communities and professions effectively.
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