Betsy Moles Fagen has been teaching horse and rider solid horsemanship foundation for the past 18 years in the North Atlanta area. Her horse Bravado that she has exclusively trained and shown is currently ranked in the top 20 Nationally by the Western Dressage Association of America. Betsy and Bravado have also earned their WDAA Bronze, Silver, and Gold medal. In recent years Betsy and Bravado have put their dressage skills to the test through competing in the new sport of Working Equitation. She has competed in over 20 Mustang Makeover Trainer’s Challenge where she is a multiple top ten finisher, including winning the title in 2013 and placing 5th in this years Mustang Magic Invitational. Betsy now specializes in teaching students how to take their horses beyond foundation and towards finishing, giving their owners goals and enjoyment for them and their horse.
Betsy Moles Fajen's Clinics
Friday, March 17th
Taking Your Horse Beyond Foundation
Description: Learn more about advanced body control. What is it? How do you get it? What is it for? Learn what equestrian sports are out there that can help you in this journey of developing your more seasoned horse. No Outside Horses
Saturday, March 18th
Introduction to Working Equitation
Description: Learn more about the newer sport of Working Equitation. This is a 4 phase sport that was developed over in Europe and is growing rapidly here in the United Sates. This sport is open to all disciplines, English, western, as well as gaited. It combines the principles of dressage with trail obstacles and ranch maneuvers. Come learn what it is all about!
Sunday, March 19th
Introduction to Working Equitation Riders Clinic
Description: Learn more about the newer sport of Working Equitation. Watch everyday riders from various disciplines learn about the fun of the Ease of Handling Phase (Working Equitation Obstacle phase) of this sport.
Requirements: I would like to have both English riders as well as Western riders and maybe even a gaited rider to show this is for everyone. Ideally I would like their skill range to be from intro level classical dressage to Second level or intro level Western dressage to Level 2. If they have Working equitation experience (not required) I will take riders from Intro, Novice A, or Novice B levels of WE. Cost $50/rider