Join us at Waredaca on August 16th, 2023, for a jump clinic with international equestrian, 5* Eventer & top trainer Allison Springer!
Springer is a veteran 5* event rider, accomplished trainer, and popular Young Rider coach who actively competes across the country as well as internationally. As an accomplished equestrian, she has been named multiple times to the United States Equestrian Team’s High Performance List and she was an alternate for both an Olympic and World Equestrian Games Team.
Springer trains and shows horses for clients, and teaches professional and amateur riders. She is a Pony Club Graduate and a USEA ECP instructor. Her commitment to the sport of Eventing includes servings as a founding member and former President of the Professional Riders Organization and she has seen the organization’s evolution into the Event Riders Association of North America (ERAofNA.org). Read more about Allison Springer
Bradley won England’s prestigious Land Rover Burghley CCI4*, becoming one of only two Americans to do so. His mentor, Bruce Davidson, won the title 23 years prior! Bradley also won Canada’s Checkmate International CCI3* an unprecedented three times in a row. He is a two-time Pan American Games Gold medalist and was named Equestrian Athlete of the Year by the U.S. Olympic Committee. He is a Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event Champion, and Stephen has been named to one U.S. Olympic team, one World Equestrian Games (WEG) team, and has been short-listed for 3 out of 5 U.S. World Equestrian Games teams, and 4 out of 5 U.S. Olympic teams.
Bradley is not just a competitor. He brings a wealth of horsemanship to his students and his team and shares his expertise teaching all over the country. He has even shared his knowledge on television, first reaching the national airwaves when he was featured on TBS’ U.S. Olympic Gold and then on George Michael’s Sports Machine. Bradley went on to anchor twenty-six episodes of Horsing Around with Stephen Bradley, an informative equestrian show that aired on Outdoor Life Network. He has also been published in The Chronicle of the Horse, Eventing USA, and Practical Horseman. Read more about Stephen Bradley