Wednesday, January 31, 2007

Reflections on The Horsemastership Training with George Morris

Hi, everyone!

It has been some time since my last entry but it does feel good to be writing again! Sorry for the delay! Since my last entry, I completed the George Morris Horsemastership Clinic, fulfilled the requirements of several important school assignments and concluded the first week of competition at the Winter Equestrian Festival.

The clinic was a truly amazing experience that I will never forget. I felt privileged and honored to be one of the eight selected to attend the sessions and to be given the opportunity to work with some of the best professionals in show jumping.

It is hard to reiterate everything that George Morris shared during the week spent with him. The fact is, there is no foundation, no secure ground, upon which an individual rider may stand, without an emphasis on hard work and determination and, that notion resonates in my thoughts since the experience ended.

Next time, I will share some of my experiences while showing at the Winter Equestrian Festival.
Talk to you soon!
Maria Schaub

Editor's Note: Read coverage of the clinic on


At Mon Feb 05, 05:20:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

how do u know when u r ready to start showing higher circuits like B and maybe A circuit? thanx! that clinic sounds amazing!!!

At Sat Feb 10, 02:14:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Maria, have you heard anything about another season of Horse Power?

At Sat Mar 24, 11:37:00 PM, Blogger she's cardinal said...

Great blog! I recently read more about this amazing clinic with George Morris. LOVED reading about the horsemanship - not just the riding part. The "grooms" must have been amazing to have - all that knowledge in such a small place!

What is your favorite aspect of working with so many horses, and what do you plan to do after your junior career is over?

At Sat May 08, 11:30:00 AM, Blogger Sue said...

I would like to get a photo analyzed by George Morris...can you help me do this??? Sue


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