The past week was pretty darn awesome, as I spent the mornings auditing the George H. Morris Gladstone Program at the USEF Headquarters in Gladstone, NJ. I mean, that place is pretty much the church of the equestrian, with tangible memories of the the United State's equestrian greats echoing throughout.
The program is an intense 6 days of training for up-and-coming stars in show jumping. The applicants are hand-chosen by Morris, and they convene upon Gladstone to learn from a team of experts in physiotherapy, stable management, veterinary care and aspects of running an equine business.
Here are my recaps from Days 1-5:
The Memorial Day weekend happened so family time interfered with writing time, so I'll put a link to that up as soon as it's written and posted.