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USDF Trainers Conference


2017/02/04


Cartier, ridden by Debbie Hill, shows off his ability to passage as Hans-Christian Matthiesen looks on. Cartier, a Dutch Harness Horse, was an Amish cart-horse reject who ended up at the New Holland (PA) auction. Now age 9, he is an upper-level dressage horse. (Photo by Jennifer Bryant)

Demonstration pair Dana Fiore on So Special on day 2 of the 2017 Adequan/USDF FEI-Level Trainers Conference. Thank you to all of the wonderful riders, horses, and owners for helping to make the conference a tremendous success. (Photo by Jennifer Bryant)

Elizabeth Caron is all smiles aboard Schroeder as she receives coaching from Lilo Fore and Hans Christian Matthiesen. (Photo by Jennifer Bryant)

Presenters Hans Christian Matthiesen and Lilo Fore, and High Meadow Farm owner Mary Anne McPhail, receive thank-you gifts for their hard work in making this year's conference a memorable and productive event. (Photo by Jennifer Bryant)
The 2017 USDF FEI-Level Trainers Conference was held at Mary Ann McPhail’s lovely High Meadow Farm in Loxahatchee, Florida on January 16-17, 2017. Lilo Fore and Hans-Christian Mattiesen were the presenters. The conference was held in conjunction with the USEF Judges forum.

Lilo Fore is an FEI 5* and USEF “S” Judge, as well as Chair of the USDF Instructor/Trainer Committee and Certification Examiner.

Hans-Christian Anderson is an FEI 5* Judge, Chair of the Danish Selection Committee, and Captain of the Danish Junior and Young Rider team.


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