Brian Sabo is a past President of United States Eventing Association. He first competed in the sport of Eventing in 1962, since then Brian has been a big part of Eventing and the equestrian world, from being a leading rider to designing and building the 1984 Los Angeles Olympic Eventing show jumping course, as well as coaching Vaulting and Eventing Young Riders programs. He is a highly respected trainer, and a faculty member of the USEA Instructors Certification Program.
Saturday Brian will be working with the horse and rider as a team with dressage warm-up leading to stadium jumping. Core issues will be discussed, and exercises with be given to work through challenges the rider is having with the horse using repetition, observation, and explanation. Then moving on to stadium jumping, Brian will demonstrate how important flatwork is to show jumping and why. Sunday will be Cross Country jumping. The goal is to leave riders knowing how to improve themselves and their horses and know why it works so they have the tools needed to assess progress and move forward.