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Jeremy Steinberg Dressage Clinic

Event Dates: November 7, 2020 - November 8, 2020

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The following information is not required but will be very helpful for planning this competition. If you indicate you will be attending, you are not obligated to attend; if you do not indicate you will be attending, you are still welcome to show-up and ride. In all cases, you will only be charged at the conclusion of your ride(s).

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Listing Fee Paid by Organizer: Waived
Handling Fee Paid by Rider: $3.99
Handling Fee Paid to Audit: $3.99

Current Amount Due: $0.00


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Event Description

Join LDS in welcoming former USDF National Youth Coach, well known column writer (and rider), and world renowned clinician, Jeremy Steinberg.

About Jeremy:
Jeremy was born in Florida but moved to Washington state at an early age. He began his riding career at the age of 11, quickly turning his full attention to dressage following lessons with Melle Van Bruggen who was the US Dressage team coach at the time. At the age of 15, Jeremy was introduced to Dietrich von Hopffgarten, a long time pupil of Egon von Neindoff. Dietrich quickly became Jeremy's long time trainer, mentor and friend. By the time Jeremy was 19, with the help of Dietrich, he had trained his first horse, Sinbad, an off the track Thoroughbred purchased as a 3 year old, all the way up to Grand Prix. Jeremy worked closely with Dietrich until his death in 2006.

Jeremy spent a year in Cappeln, Germany working at Gestut Vorwerk with Martina Hannover, a longtime pupil and friend of Herbert Rehbein. After Germany, Jeremy returned to the US to start his own small training business and went on to win the individual gold and team silver at the North American Young Rider Championships in 1996. Jeremy has trained and competed many horses to Grand Prix including Hallmark, Hawlesbury, Axyonx, Valiant Prince, Elisienne, Eloge II, Gordon, Bert, Caruso, Frisco and Parocco.

In 2010, Jeremy was appointed the USEF Dressage Youth Coach, hired to create a developmental program to bring dressage youth in the US up to an international standard of riding. During that time, the focus was on the training and bringing the next generation of US dressage riders into the Under 25 Grand Prix division. Jeremy is a USEF High Performance rider and has ridden in the National Championships, competed in the US League final for the World Cup, and won numerous regional championships up to Grand Prix. Currently Jeremy has found good help and friendship from internationally acclaimed writer and classical dressage rider and advocate, Paul Belasik.

In 2014 Jeremy stepped down as USEF Youth Coach in order to more avidly follow his own riding aspirations. Jeremy runs a small boutique type training business in Aiken, South Carolina, where he trains and works with a few horses and riders of all backgrounds and levels. Jeremy has a very busy clinic calendar, which includes trips to Australia, Canada, New Zealand as well as many locations throughout the US. For the past 15 years, he has averaged about 48 clinics a year and is a very sought after educator and instructor.

Fees & Extras

Clinic Fee: Weekend
$570.00
Clinic Fee: Non LDS Member Fee For Riders
$60.00
Audit Fee: 1 Day
$30.00
Audit Fee: Weekend
$50.00
Auditor Lunch - 1 day
$10.00/1 lunch (1 day)
Auditor lunch - weekend
$20.00/2 lunches (weekend)

Event Details

Start Date:
11/07/2020
End Date:
11/08/2020
Open Date:
9/23/2020
Close Date:
11/06/2020
Discipline:
Dressage Only

Waiver/Release :

LDS RIDER/MEMBER’S RELEASE AGREEMENT

WHEREAS, Louisville Dressage Society (hereinafter “LDS”) has made available to the undersigned, or to the child of the undersigned, or both, all or portion of the property, equipment and facilities of LDS and any stable operator, volunteer, officer including, but not limited to, riding areas, stables, equipment, and horses, the undersigned hereby assumes full responsibility for the safety of the rider / member.

The term Rider / Member shall not only mean the undersigned, but also any minor of the undersigned, and also any person who uses any portion of the property, equipment, horses or facilities of LDS and any stable operator with permission of the undersigned. Undersigned hereby releases LDS, any stable operator, officer, volunteer, instructor / clinician, any landowner, their agents, employees, successors, assigns, legal representative, heirs, executors and administrator (hereinafter “etc”) from any and all claims, cause of action, demands, obligations and liabilities- which are not existing or hereafter mature or accrue at any time- arising out of or related in any fashion the Rider’s / Member’s use of LDS or stable operator’s property, equipment, horses, or facilities.

The undersigned acknowledges and fully understands that the Rider / Member uses the property, equipment, horses, and facilities of LDS and any stable operator at his or her own risk. The undersigned herby agrees to hold and save LDS, etc harmless from each and every claim, demand, liability, or other obligation which may arise out of or be connected in any fashion with the loss, injury, or damage to the Rider / Member or to the Rider’s / Member’s property. The undersigned hereby agrees and covenants not to bring an action at law or in equity against LDS, etc on behalf of the the undersigned or on behalf of Rider / Member, whether minor or adult, arising from or relating in any fashion to any injury, damage or other loss suffered by Rider / Member and connected in any fashion with Rider’s / Member’s use of LDS, or stable operator’s property, horses, equipment or facilities; and the undersigned shall further defend LDS, etc against any such actions brought by Rider / Member or on Rider’s / Member’s behalf with respect to the Rider’s / Member’s use of LDS’s or stable operator’s property, horses, equipment, or facilities and the undersigned shall indemnify LDS, etc for anything for which Rider / Member is responsible either alone jointly or severally.

The undersigned hereby acknowledges and understands that LDS, etc do not represent or warrant the quality or character of any horse furnished to Rider / Member. Furthermore, the undersigned acknowledges and understands that horseback riding or other participation in activities with LDS may involve substantial risk of bodily injury, property damage and other dangers including, but not limited to , bodily injury or death resulting from kicks and bites, falling of horses or horses falling on Rider / Member, being dragged by a foot caught in the stirrups, Rider/ Member being thrown by horse, equipment failure or collision with horses or vehicles or other inanimate objects.


WARNING

UNDER KENTUCKY LAW, A FARM ANIMAL ACTIVITY SPONSOR, FARM ANIMAL PROFESSIONAL, OR OTHER PERSON DOES NOT HAVE THE DUTY TO ELIMINATE ALL RISKS OF INJURY OF PARTICIPATION IN FARM ANIMAL ACTIVITIES. THERE ARE INHERENT RISKS OF INJURY THAT YOU VOLUNTARILY ACCEPT IF YOU PARTICIPATE IN FARM ANIMAL ACTIVITIES.


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Date Rider / Member (if an adult)



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Parent /Guardian (if minor) Signature

Refund/Changes Policy :

No refunds.

Organizer/Secretary Contact Information :

Kristen Young
Louisvilledressagesociety@gmail.com

Stabling Information :

On site stabling available for extra fee. Contact Jane Retamoza at +1 (502) 303-8448 or janeretamoza@hotmail.com to reserve a stall.

Bring your own shavings / buckets.

Coggins Policy :

1 year. 6 month flu /rhino.

Attire Policy :

Safe, neat attire with approved helmet.

Food and Drink :

Lunch Options
Choose 1 entree:
1. Chicken Salad Sandwich (white, wheat or sun-dried tomato wrap)
2. Turkey Bacon Wrap (Turkey, Bacon, Sun-dried tomatoes, spring mix on sun- dried tomato wrap)
3. Apple Spinach Salad (baby spinach, granny smith apples, brie, golden raisins, cashews and apple cider vinaigrette)
4. Portabella Wrap (Balsamic marinated portabella , grilled onions, Sautéed Red Bell Peppers, Spring mix, parmesan mayo on sun-dried tomato tortilla)
Choose 1 side:
A. Fresh fruit salad
B. Chips
C. Pasta Salad
Please email your lunch options to Kristen at louisvilledressagesociety@gmail.com by 11/3/20
*Auditors will have invoice sent via email. Payment required by 11/3/20.

Special Directions :

Do NOT use Waze. It will take you wrong. iPhone maps ok.

Covid screening forms must be filled out each day of clinic (www.louisvilledressagesociety.org)

Masks must be worn when not able to socially distance.

Other :

Covid release:
COVID-19 WAIVER OF LIABILITY-2020

NAME OF EVENT/ORGANIZATION: Louisville Dressage Society (“LDS”)
I acknowledge that said Organization is taking all steps reasonably intended to protect the public, including attending and participating in this event, including me, from exposure to COVID-19, including, but not limited to: disinfecting and sanitizing facilities and restrooms, as recommended by The Centers for Disease Control and any applicable state and/or local rules, regulations, orders and ordinances required as of date of event.
I acknowledge that such steps taken in good faith by the Organization cannot guarantee that I will not be exposed to or develop COVID-19 due to the nature of this virus. I acknowledge that no insurance or coverage of any kind for the exposure and/or development of COVID-19 and any associated claims for losses or damages of any kind is provided to me by LDS.
I ASSUME THE RISKS OF ATTENDING AND PARTICIATING IN THIS EVENT AND I RELEASE THE ORGANIZATION, ITS OWNERS, DIRECTORS, OFFICERS, EMPLOYEES AND AGENTS FROM ANY AND ALL LIABILITY FOR ANY CLAIMS, LOSSES, DAMAGES, OR EXPENSES FOR SUCH EXPOSURE TO OR DEVELOPMENT OF COVID-19, NOW OR AT ANY TIME FOLLOWING MY ATTENDANCE AT THIS EVENT, EXCEPT FOR CLAIMS WHICH ARE THE DIRECT RESULT OF INTENTIONALLY NEGLIGENT ACTS AND/OR OMISSIONS BY THE ORGANIZATION.
I attest and acknowledge that I am not currently and have not exhibited for the last 14 days any symptoms of COVID-19, including, but not limited to: fever above 99.6 degrees, cough, body aches, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea and any other symptoms of illness. If I have any such symptoms, I will not enter or participate in this event. If I am at increased risk for exposure or contracting COVID-19, I will consider not participating or attending this event and assume the increased risks to myself as a result of participation and/or attendance.
I agree to use the following methods of protection as required or recommended for myself and others at this event:
Wash my hands before and after using facilities, preparing/consuming meals, providing services and touching a surface or item used by the public.
Keep six feet between myself and other attendees whenever possible.
Wear a face mask/covering, if medically possible, when in close contact with others.

PARTICIPANT NAME: _____________________ DATE: ______________________
Signature (parent or guardian if participant under 18): ___________________________________

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