Jeffreys Clinics announces the winners of the Scholarship!
Jeffreys Clinics is proud to announce the winners of the 2003 Young
Adult Scholarship essay contest. Contestants had submitted essays
on Why I Want To Be A Horse Trainer and How I Will Help Both
Horses and Riders Make Breakthroughs. Our panel of five judges
graciously donated their time to read and grade all submissions.
A great big thank you to June Evers, Barbara Goldberg, Lisa Derby
Oden, Chip Watson and Matt Winkler.
Place Kate Weston of New Paltz, NY.
will attend Level one of the Bob Jeffreys Trainer Education Program
in July 2003. Two weeks of learning all aspects of groundwork including
round penning, spook proofing, leading and trailer loading, the
Very Special Safety Lesson and more.
Place - Ann Marie Kaleda of Blairstown, NJ.
Marie will participate in our four day Extended Foundation Clinic.
This includes a one day show and three days of combined instruction
including riding techniques, mounted horse training and ground games.
Place was tied Julie Letourneau of Westport, MA and Jana Scelia
of Monroe, NY Both contestants have won a place in any of our Foundation
Level One Clinics, which includes a Friday evening show and two
days of riding and training instruction.
wish to congratulate all who participated in the program! Because
the final scores of the top essays were so close, we will also award
a $100 dollar gift certificate to the fourth, fifth and sixth place
winners (Rebekah Rogers of Richfield Springs, NY, Rebecca Lucas
of Rochester, NY and Michelle Vandermark of Marlboro, NY) toward
attendance at any of our Bob Jeffreys Clinic events this year. For
more information and to read the winning essay visit www.bobjeffreys.com
or call (845) 692-7478.