the Essay That Won a $2000 Scholarship from Bob Jeffreys Clinics!
Bob Jeffreys, founder of the Partnership Training for Horse and
Rider system, and his clinic partner Suzanne Sheppard want to congratulate
Kate Weston, author of the essay that won her a scholarship worth
$2000! The nationwide essay contest was open to young adults between
16-21 years who aspire to become horse trainers. Kate, from New
Paltz, New York, is a 20 year old college student at SUNY New Paltz,
part-time wrangler, and competitor on the college equestrian team.
Shell be a participant in Bobs Trainer Education Program
Level 1, to be held at Bobs own Jeffcrest Ranch in Middletown,
NY from July 7 18, 2003. She and the other TEP participants
will learn all the groundwork necessary to train a green horse to
saddle, including round penning, trailer loading, halter breaking,
advanced leading, first time saddling and mounting, etc. Other winners
include Ann Marie Kaleda, who won a free spot in Bobs 4 day
long Extended Foundation Clinic; Julie Letourneau, and Jana Scelia
(who tied for the 3rd place prize) will each attend a Foundation
Clinic Level 1, and runners up Rebekah Rodgers, Rebecca Lucas, and
Michelle Vandermark, who will each receive a $100 certificate good
for any Bob Jeffreys Clinics event. Bobs methods benefit all
equestrian disciplines and skill levels. For more info and to read
the winning essay please visit www.bobjeffreys.com
m, or call (845)692-7478. Congratulations to all the winners!