There will be a Working Equitation Clinic at Winsong Farm Friday evening November 28 at the house, Saturday in the arena November 29 and Sunday in the arena November 30.

Kimberly Garvis is the clinician. She has competed with horses since she was six years old. The past seven years she trained and competed in Brazil with world level dressage and Working Equitation riders. She’s scribed for several Brazilian and Portuguese judges to learn Working Equitation from the judge’s perspective.

Kimberly just returned to the States with two Lusitanos and her goal is to promote Working Equitation to the level where the North American countries can compete in the World Games.

The clinic will cover many aspects of Working Equitation.

Friday evening – in the classroom

-explanation of the three phases

-designing the dressage test


-attire and videos

-how to make obstacles

Saturday – the Riding Phase I of Working Equitation – Dressage

Sunday – Riding Phases II and III – Obstacles

Cost for riders: $150. Up to eight riders will be accommodated. There are a few spots available.

Auditors: $25 for the three days or $10 per day. Pre-registration via phone (905-859-6282) or email required.

For more information contact Winnie Stott – [email protected]