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    • 22 Sep 2021
    • 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Zoom
    Register


    Taking Control of Your Performance Anxiety

    Performance anxiety is often a challenge for equestrians

    For competitive equestrians: 

    • Are you confident in your riding and training at home but feel like you’ve chosen the wrong sport at horse shows?
    • Do you ride into the ring, and proceed to have every bit of advice your trainer just gave you leave your head?
    • Do you keep a death grip on the reins, flub every transition, and leave the ring feeling like you wasted an entry fee?
    For non-competing equestrians: 
    • Do you find yourself stuck in the arena and afraid to hack your horse outside of the arena? 
    • Does the scary part of the arena keep you from riding past there? 
    • Do you just want to ride with more confidence?

    If this sounds familiar, plan on attending Tucson Dressage Club’s Zoom Webinar: “Taking Control of Your Performance Anxiety”, presented by Clare Morrison. 

    The Webinar will be presented on September 22, 2021, at 7:00 p.m. MST

    Zoom link will be provided to all registered participants a few days prior to the webinar. 

    More about Clare: 

    Clare Morrison, ACC, is a popular and successful performance coach, who helps adult amateur and collegiate athletes get out of their own way to create peak performances at every level. In Clare’s words “As a recovering "rule follower," I challenge my athletes to look beyond their physical gifts to up-level their performance. I founded Proceed Collected to help my clients build world class performance habits and overcome internal blocks so that they can perform and achieve at their highest level.” Clare’s undergraduate degree in psycho-biology provides an excellent foundation in the neurology, physiology, biochemistry and psychology of high performance. Her practical experience comes from parenting a Division 1 athlete and being a nationally competitive equestrian athlete herself. 

    Contact Bobbi Lehman at bobbi@amadoequine.com with questions. 



    • 3 Oct 2021
    • Raven Ranch 9525 E Graf Tucson

    Raven Ranch Schooling Show - TDC recognized for year end awards

    Opening date:  September 19, 2021

    Closing date:  September 29, 2021

    Prize list and entry form

    For more information, contact Casi Majeski at desertsuntraining@outlook.com 

    • 31 Oct 2021
    • Raven Ranch 9525 E Graf Tucson

    Raven Ranch Schooling Show - TDC recognized for year end awards

    Opening date:  October 17, 2021

    Closing date:  October 27, 2021

    Prize list and entry form

    For more information, contact Casi Majeski at desertsuntraining@outlook.com


    • 6 Nov 2021
    • 7 Nov 2021
    • WestWorld, Scottsdale

    ADA Fall Fiesta  at WestWorld, Scottsdale

    November 6-7, 2021

    Contact: Sue Plasman  splasman@comcast.net

    For prize list:

    For equestrian entries to pay with credit card:

    • 20 Nov 2021
    • 21 Nov 2021
    • Pima County Fairgrounds

    Tucson Dressage Club Fall Festival and Arizona State Championships

    Show dates:
    November 20, 2021 thru November 21, 2021

    Location:
    Pima County Fairgrounds

    For entries by credit card, use equestrian entries

    Show secretary:  Paula Madden  at cactusdressage@outlook.com

    For Mail in Sponsorship form


    • 20 Nov 2021
    • 21 Nov 2021
    • Pima County Fairgrounds
    Register

    Show dates:
    November 20, 2021 thru November 21, 2021

    Location:
    Pima County Fairgrounds

    Send ad copy to Lynn Boice,  tucsondressageclub2@gmail.com by November 8, 2021

    Cost for a full page ad is $100; for half page ad $60

    Mail in Sponsorship Form available here

    Contact: Paula Madden, cactusdressage@outlook.com



    • 27 Nov 2021
    • 28 Nov 2021
    • Sage Mountain Equestrian Center, Scottsdale

    Beth Baumert is coming to Scottsdale on November 27-28, 2021.  

    For more information, click here:

    • 7 Jan 2022
    • 8 Jan 2022
    • 2 sessions
    • Raven Ranch, 9525 E Graf Lane, Tucson, AZ 85730

    The LandSafe clinic provides you with an opportunity to see for yourself the difference rider education can make to a fall scenario. This program is designed to teach the basic skills to improve body awareness and self-preservation.

    Learn best practices for falling off a horse from the LandSafe horse simulator! 

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9uaJCwivbto

    LandSafe is an unmounted two day (approx. four hrs per day) training program designed to teach the best practices of fall prevention and response. The curriculum relies on one-on-one interaction as well as group learning. Riders receive ample time on the gymnastics mats where they will learn body shaping drills and exercises to reduce their rider risk in a fall scenario. On the simulator throughout the two days participants will practice a rotational fall, a rear, off the shoulder and emergency dismount.

    Clinic Schedule:

    Friday January 7th

    5pm-7pm: Junior Session- 10 Junior participants (age 6-11 years)

    Saturday January 8th

    8am-12pm: 'full' session- Group 1 - 10 participants

    1pm-5pm: 'full' session- Group 2 - 10 participants

    5pm-7pm: Junior session- Repeat Junior Participants 

    Sunday January 9th

    8am-12pm: 'full' session- Group 1 participants repeat

    1pm-5pm: 'full' session- Group 2 participants repeat

    Day 1

    Two hours of basic gymnastics skill-building will start the day. Here participants will learn the correct ways to shape, roll, position arms and wrists, balance, body awareness and the control needed to become competent in a dive roll. The next two hours will be spent transferring these skills to the simulator.

    Day 2

    Participants revisit the basic gymnastics skills learned on Day 1 and look for ways for you to develop stronger skills while working at home. The time spent is dependent on progress of skills, hoping to be 1 to 1.5 hours. The second part of the Day 2 session will be devoted to skills on the simulator. Here participants will also visit a variety of different types of fall scenarios.

    Cost

    $350/ participant for 12 and older clinic

    $190/ participant for Junior Clinic (ages 6-11) 

    Link to our clinic on the LandSafe website:


    • 8 Jan 2022
    • 9 Jan 2022
    • 2 sessions
    • Raven Ranch, 9525 E Graf Ln, Tucson, AZ 85730

    The LandSafe clinic provides you with an opportunity to see for yourself the difference rider education can make to a fall scenario. This program is designed to teach the basic skills to improve body awareness and self-preservation.

    Learn best practices for falling off a horse from the LandSafe horse simulator! 

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9uaJCwivbto

    LandSafe is an unmounted two day (approx. four hrs per day) training program designed to teach the best practices of fall prevention and response. The curriculum relies on one-on-one interaction as well as group learning. Riders receive ample time on the gymnastics mats where they will learn body shaping drills and exercises to reduce their rider risk in a fall scenario. On the simulator throughout the two days participants will practice a rotational fall, a rear, off the shoulder and emergency dismount.

    Clinic Schedule:

    Friday January 7th

    5pm-7pm: Junior Session- 10 Junior participants (age 6-11 years)

    Saturday January 8th

    8am-12pm: 'full' session- Group 1 - 10 participants

    1pm-5pm: 'full' session- Group 2 - 10 participants

    5pm-7pm: Junior session- Repeat Junior Participants 

    Sunday January 9th

    8am-12pm: 'full' session- Group 1 participants repeat

    1pm-5pm: 'full' session- Group 2 participants repeat

    Day 1

    Two hours of basic gymnastics skill-building will start the day. Here participants will learn the correct ways to shape, roll, position arms and wrists, balance, body awareness and the control needed to become competent in a dive roll. The next two hours will be spent transferring these skills to the simulator.

    Day 2

    Participants revisit the basic gymnastics skills learned on Day 1 and look for ways for you to develop stronger skills while working at home. The time spent is dependent on progress of skills, hoping to be 1 to 1.5 hours. The second part of the Day 2 session will be devoted to skills on the simulator. Here participants will also visit a variety of different types of fall scenarios.

    Cost

    $350/ participant for 12 and older clinic

    $190/ participant for Junior Clinic (ages 6-11) 

    Link to our clinic on the LandSafe website:



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Schooling Show Entry Form.pdf

TDC Schooling Show Rules.pdf


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