Upcoming Fred Weber Clinic Openings
Offering a rare small group lesson session with Fred Weber, German Bereiter licensed and international rider in the classical traditions on November 7th and 8th - one slot remaining on each day (morning), offered at $125 each, lunch included. Taking place at Goodness Ridge Farm in Mount Airy, Maryland, just off of Route 26, with very easy trailer access. We are trying our best to work towards a larger, two day clinic for early/mid December, but cannot guarantee anything at this time. That will probably be it for any chance to get Fred back for another year. Videographer available for $35. Goodness Ridge Farm is a full amenity dressage training facility with state of the art footing in both the indoor and outdoor. Coggins required. Please contact Ellen Lerner, firstname.lastname@example.org. If one person is interested in both days, a stall can be provided at cost for $30 per day ($60 total), with superb care.
Fred Weber Biography:
Fred Weber came to the United States after obtaining his Bereiter license at the Westf. Reit und Fahrschule under Mr. Paul Stecken in Germany. He continued his education by participating in clinics with Harry Boldt, Michael Klimke, Steffen Peters, Carl Schumacher, Leunus van Lieren and many others. He has served as guest rider at clinics held by Scott Hassler, Steffan Peters and as an evaluation rider at 100 day stallion testing.
Fred has earned his Bronze, Silver and Gold medals here in the U.S., and has successfully trained and shown 8 FEI Stallions. He has earned numerous year end awards, including FEI reserve Champion at Intermediare on 2004 Horse of the Year Weltbekannt.
Dutch by birth, Fred is now a U.S. citizen. Having stepped away from training and showing, Fred is much in demand as a coach and clinician, currently teaching throughout the continental U.S. He is qualified to teach all levels, up to and including FEI Grand Prix.
Fred's riding and training methods have been written about in treatises and texts, where his is noted for his development of trust, tranquility, and partnership in the horses that he has trained.
Fred insures that each student comes away from their lesson with a sense of accomplishment and with an understanding of the work to be continued outside of the clinic session.