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At QMS we believe high performance is a way of life and support our athletes in building a strong, well-rounded foundation to help them achieve their goals and experience success. During this clinic, riders will work with a variety of high performance specialists, both in and out of the saddle, in the following areas: • … Continued
Dr. Kaitlin McDonald is an equine veterinarian with a special interest in sports medicine and equine chiropractic. During this evening workshop participants will become familiar with common injuries horses sustain and how each injury may impact performance over the short and long term. *The Team QMS Program includes five (5) evening/afternoon workshops at no extra … Continued
Whether you are looking to improve your results in the show ring or learn what the judge is looking for before your first horse show, this evening workshop will be full of relevant and insightful tips for riders of all levels. Kristen Johnston is an Equestrian Canada rated Equitation and Hunter Judge, as well as … Continued
While the riders are doing their warm-up rounds for the Hunter/Jumper Schooling Show, Kristen Johnston will spend some time giving them skills to work on from the Judges perspective to enhance their performance over the weekend QMS Hunter/Jumper Show. Kristen has trained and competed hunters and jumpers successfully for over 25 years. Kristen is an … Continued
Our QMS Schooling Show is a great way to begin your horse show career, or practice for the bigger shows, in a safe and fun environment. As long as you can walk and trot in a group, there will be classes for you. If you are not feeling ready to show yet, bring your friends … Continued
Bill Ulmer is one of the Pacific Northwest’s most respected and diverse professionals, who has had an extremely successful career in both the eventing and hunter/jumper industries. He holds two Masters degrees in Education and worked as a teacher and school principal for many years. Prior to his extensive wins as both coach and rider … Continued
An introduction to the Interscholastic Equestrian Association (IEA) and Hunt Seat Equitation. Learn about the format and requirements to ride on our new IEA team* and how to succeed at IEA shows. Some topics covered will be tips for riding new horses, how to ride equitation classes on the flat and over fences, rider turnout, … Continued
This clinic is mandatory if you wish to attend any clinics or off campus horseshows during the 2022–2023 QMS school year and is open to all students. Riders will be introduced to preparing themselves and their horses for clinics and horse shows, both on-campus and off. There will be a novice group and an advanced … Continued
A one-day, hands-on course with horses covering what your vet needs to know when you call, conditioning a horse to accept treatment, taking proper vital signs, dealing with lacerations, punctures, colic, choke, collapse, casting, shock, hoof issues, recognizing pain in the horse, sources of pain and alleviation, spinal health, injury prevention and so much more! … Continued
Following the Equine Health & Emergency First Aid, this secondary course covers highly advanced equine emergency first aid for extreme situations. PLAN PREPARE REACT to ANY emergency! Covering everything from assessing the condition of a horse, trapped horses, poison, burns, bites, hypo/hyperthermia, tie ups, fractures, sucking chest wounds and more, this course prepares the student … Continued
Gina is an Equestrian Canada Certified Level II Hunter/Jumper Coach, a Level III Theory Coach and is pursuing her Level III Dressage Coaching Certificate. Gina’s vast experience includes three years studying and riding with former Canadian Equestrian Jumper Coach, Frank Sellinger, in Alberta before moving to Pennsylvania where she trained with international dressage clinician and … Continued