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Hassler and Pape to Conduct Sport Horse Prospect Development Forum

RELEASE: August 22, 2013
AUTHOR/ADMINISTRATOR: United States Dressage Federation

Lexington, KY - Scott Hassler, USEF National Young Dressage Horse Coach, and Ingo Pape, one of Germany's most respected breeders and horsemen, will conduct the USDF Sport Horse Prospect Development Program, presented by Dressage at Devon, a USDF Education Partner, and supported by Hassler Dressage.  This forum will be held September 14-15 at Apple Knoll Farm, in Millis, MA. The forum will focus on a correct, fundamental system for starting sport horse prospects. This new educational event is intended for trainers, owners, and breeders nationwide, with the goal of developing a consistent training foundation for all sport horse prospects.

"I'm very excited about the upcoming inaugural USDF Sport Horse Prospect Development Forum in September. We have selected a talented group of horse and rider combinations that should give us a super variety to show the steps and challenges in starting the three year old sport horse. My good friend Ingo Pape and I will work with these combinations throughout the forum to help them get a great "head start"", stated Hassler.

Pre-registration for this event closes on August 30 and walk-in registrations will be accepted on site. Learn more about the forum and register here.

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