Eventing Education Center
Waredaca is indeed an ‘EVENTING EDUCATION CENTER’! Why? What makes Waredaca so different from other ‘eventing’ barns? Besides having an exceptional facility for boarding, training and competing, all at one location, we boast two generations of successful upper level eventing instructors, Gretchen Butts and Steph Butts Kohr, each having trained and competed through the top levels of the sport.
Boarding at Waredaca offers continuous access to excellent hacking and conditioning thru the rolling fields of the farm and abundant adjacent natural parkland. Cross-country jumps are everywhere for progressive training with any of our experienced eventing instructors. Plus hosting 5 competitions annually, as well as summer evening schooling and informal in-house present many opportunities for practice and competitive performance. Not to mention our monthly ‘expert days’ with top professionals in dressage and jumping.
In addition to what is already provided, we are offering a variety of Taproom Talks and clinics about various topics that offer insight to any level of rider. At no charge to our boarders and current lesson students, others are welcome, with a nominal fee of $10 per person. All to register via EventClinics.com Talks will be held at our Brewery with a 7:00 PM start time unless indicated otherwise. Parking at 4017 Damascus Rd, the Brewery entrance and then proceed to the Tasting Room.
EEC August 16…Wendy Cassidy, Certified Magna Wave PEMF Practitioner, Ride the Wave to faster healing with Magna Wave! Wendy will talk about PEMF for about 10 to 15 minutes and answer questions and then demo on a horse for about 15-20 minutes. More discussion follows. 7:00 PM at our Indoor Arena
EEC September 27….Pete Radue DVM will talk about what every horse owner should have in their personal ‘vet box’ and when to call the vet depending on the situation and circumstances.
EEC October 4 …Chad Davis DVM will discuss alternative therapies to traditional veterinary practices– how to decide which to use, when and why.
Soon to be confirmed– November with Dr. Pete Radue.about ‘winterizing’ your horse and your riding..