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  • Horse Care and Stable Management
  • Travel Safety
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  • Leadership Training
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June 23, 2020
8:00PM EDT
Dive into the H-HM/H/H-A

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This webinar will dive into some of the more challenging sections of the Pony Club H-HM/H/H-A certification such as teaching, presenting the mount, disease and bandaging scenarios, and more!

About the Presenters

Erin Boddaert is a USPC graduate A, has served as the RIC for Southern California for 5 years, has been a National Examiner for 10 years, and is honored to serve alongside Asia Thayer as Co-Chair of the National Test Committee. Beyond USPC, Erin has competed through Preliminary Level in Eventing and in the 1.40M in Show Jumping, where she represented the United States at Spruce Meadows, in Calgary, Canada. In 2003, Erin decided to focus solely on dressage, and has taken several horses through to the Grand Prix level, most notably Zero Gravity, who represented the US at World Cup with Guenter Seidel in 2016. Outside of horses, and most important of all, Erin is a mother to three wonderful children, Annika (8), Benjamin (6) and Drew (4).

Asia Thayer began her Pony Club career at age 8 and has since been involved as a member, instructor, coach, club level examiner, RIC, member of the Instruction Council, National Examiner through the A level, and member of the National Testing Committee. She earned her master’s degree in Biology and Graduate Certificate in Public Health Genetics. Asia lives in Gig Harbor, WA, where she owns a boarding and training facility and is an active competitor in the USEA and USDF.

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