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Clinics

 

In order to achieve MDA's goal of growing Dressage in the Mid-South, Clinicians are brought in primarily to help our local professionals continue their education so that they, in turn, can "trickle down" what they learn to their students.

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Our clinics are always open to the public

and are usually free to audit.

Auditing at times can be as educational as actually participating in a clinic as a rider and we encourage you to audit even if we are unable to find you a spot to ride in a clinic.  

On the right are a few of the clinicians that we bring in regularly to MDA.

Tom Noone 2/22-2/23/2020
Martin Kuhn 6/27-6/28/20
7/25-7/26/2020
9/5-9/6/2020
10/17-10/18/2020
12/5-12/6/2020
Claudio Oliveira
5/25-26,2019
Amanda Bailey
Amanda Bailey from Jonesboro Arkansas teaches at MDA on Thursdays.
Debbie Hill
Debbie Hill from Palm City Florida comes to MDA as often as she can (usually 2-4 times per year)
James Koford
James Koford
8/11-8/12/2018
5/26-5/27/2018
Olivia Lagoy-weltz
Melissa Jackson
Vera Munderloh
Vera Munderloh first rider of Anja Beran 4/2-4/3/2018
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The Mid-South Dressage Academy is a non-profit organization established in 2004 to promote Dressage in the Mid-South.

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Vera Munderloh

Vera Munderloh first rider of Anja Beran 4/2-4/3/2018

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