DVCTA is hosting a Brooke Doss clinic February 7 & March 7, 2009. In
addition to teaching the proper basics for horse and rider at all levels,
Brooke persistently focuses on creating peace and harmony between
the two. She easily establishes a comfortable rapport with each of her
students and adheres to the “softer, kinder” method of training.
Recently she was a guest trainer at Hassler Dressage where she
successfully trained and competed.
The clinic fee is $120.00. Auditing free for DVCTA members and
$15.00 for non-members. Location TBA. Please contact Linda
Tascione email@example.com 610-608-3106 or Laura Juniewicz
firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in attending.
Brooke Doss and Wescott
Promising Pan Am
Talented rider from Charlotte, North
Carolina, Brooke Doss and Oldenburg
Wescott clinched the BLM
Intermediare I Championships With a
score of 71.375, FEI "O" judge
Francis Verbeek, of the Netherlands
gave the polished duo the highest
marks of 292. In a solid and fluid test
the pair, together since Wescott was
a young horse, proved the have evolved into a world-class talent, which made
them strong contenders for a spot on the USET 2002 Pan American Team. Brooke
finished 6th in the nation at the 2002 USET Intermediare Championships.
Brooke was a long time student of Gunnar Ostergaard, worked with Denmark's
Lars Peterson, and recently with Scott Hassler as a guest trainer at Hassler