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Scott Monroe with Shadow

Scott Monroe with Shadow

CVDC Spring Tune-Up
Sunday, April 30, 2017
High Hopes, Lyme, CT


Scott Monroe is a native of Connecticut and lived in Sharon until recently. He was a three time National Combined Driving Single Horse Champion in 2005, 2006 and 2011, has represented the United States three times internationally at the USET level as well as once for Canada as a navigator. Honored with USEF Horse of the Year twice as well as Reserve HOTY twice and Morgan Horse of the Year with Shadow, a stunning black Morgan.

Scott has more than 20 years of driving and training experience and uses many methods of Natural Horsemanship. He is a PATH Level 2 Therapeutic Driving Instructor, ADS Combined Driving Judge and Technical Delegate. He offers clinics and private lessons nationwide.

  • CVDC Members $90.00 Non-members $100.00 on a first come, first serve basis
  • Auditors: CVDC members $10/day, Non-members $20/day

High Hopes has a spacious indoor arena with non-dusty footing and a heated observation suite with seating. Bathrooms, vending machines, and large center aisles for grooming and harnessing are some of the features — just a lovely facility with easy in-and-out and parking for trailers. Stalls are @ $35/day if you would like one. There is a lunch room for auditors and participants to use.

We expect the sessions to fill up quickly, so reserve your spot early: Send check made out to CVDC Coggins and Rabies Certificate to Marguerite Hayber, 109 Chittenden Rd., Amston, CT 06231
Or call or email 860-267-6552 / — requesting AM or PM slot.


This is a non-profit educational opportunity sponsored by the Connecticut Valley Driving Club.
Directions and additional instructions will be supplied upon registration.
Thank you!

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