Jeff Morse is a nationally known competitor, trainer, clinician, author and Morgan Horse breeder, with over 30 years of experience. He specializes in training horses and their people for carriage driving. Jeff works with all levels of drivers to make driving a safe and enjoyable experience. The American Morgan Horse Association named Jeff ‘Man of the Year’ in 2004. He is currently a Director of the American Driving Society and Chairman of the ADS Pleasure Driving Committee, Member of the USEF Morgan Horse and Pleasure Driving Committees and and Treasurer of the Massachusetts Morgan Horse Association.
At the clinic Jeff will teach on an individual basis, one horse at a time for 45 minutes. During your clinic time you can choose what you would like to work on:
- Harness fitting and hitching to perfection
- Ground driving and improving communication
- Regular driving for pleasure or competition
§ Format: Individual 50-minute sessions, beginning at 8 am.
§ Fee: CVDC members $90, non-members $100 – first come, first served.
§ Auditors: $20. Excellent sound system, you won’t miss a thing. (Drivers: one groom free of charge.)
High Hopes has a spacious indoor arena with non-dusty footing and a heated viewing lounge with seating. Bathrooms, vending machines, and wide barn aisles. Easy in-and-out and parking for trailers. Stalls available @ $35/day if needed.
Some refreshments (coffee, etc.) will be provided. Please bring a light lunch for yourself.
Send check made out to CVDC, Coggins and Rabies Certificate to
Marguerite Hayber, 109 Chittenden Rd., Amston, CT 06231 / 860-267-6552 / email@example.com — mention preference for AM or PM slot.