USDF Announces Apprentice Dressage Technical Delegate Clinic

The U.S. Dressage Federation will hold an Apprentice Dressage Technical Delegate Clinic during its 2009 convention. The clinic will cover topics such as how to become a technical delegate, dressage attire, tack and equipment.
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The U.S. Dressage Federation will hold an Apprentice Dressage Technical Delegate Clinic during its 2009 convention. The clinic will cover topics such as how to become a technical delegate, dressage attire, tack and equipment.

August 28, 2009 -- The U.S. Dressage Federation (USDF) has announced that the Apprentice Dressage Technical Delegate Clinic will be held on Friday, December 4, during the 2009 Adequan?/USDF Annual Convention in Austin, Texas. Advance registration is preferred but late registrations will be accepted.

This clinic is required for apprentice Technical Delegates but is open to anyone who is interested in learning more on this aspect of competition. A binder complete with articles, forms and other documents is provided with clinic registration. Topics to be covered will include how to become a technical delegate, dressage attire, tack and equipment; and USEF and USDF forms and publications will be included.

Registration for the Adequan?/USDF Annual Convention is available online and discounts are available if registration is received by Monday, November 9. The USDF Dressage Technical Delegate Clinic is a separate ticketed event during the convention. The fee for the clinic is $90.

For more information on the 2009 Adequan?/USDF Annual Convention, visit www.usdf.org.