April 14, 15, 16 - Minnesota State Fairgrounds
1265 Snelling Ave North, St. Paul, MN

Sponsored by the Minnesota Horse Council
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2022 MN Horse Expo Speakers/Demos

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Anne Cizadlo

Anne is an FEI rider who currently freelance trains, teaches and
coaches riders from across the country! She has competed in National Competitions up through Grand Prix and several CDI (International Dressage Competitions.) She is a United States Equestrian Federation rated "S" (Senior) judge and judgescompetitions across the country including regional and national championships.

She was a former assistant trainer at Romance Farm, Inc. next to 6- time Olympian and Chef d'Equipe of the 2016 Olympic Team, Robert Dover. She had also trained under Robert's tutelage for 6 years prior to her 2 year position as assistant trainer.



Originally from the Twin Ports area of Duluth, MN/Superior, WI, she also spent about 6 years in the Cedar Rapids, Iowa City, IA, then 4 years going between New Jersey and Wellington, FL, and is currently a full time resident of Wellington.

She often teaches clinics to midwest riders consistently in the summers as well as coaches and actively competes both her own and client horses.


Thursday  April 14

DNR Building
  2:00-4:00pm

Dressage Movements Training Level Through Grand Prix
Trainer’s Perspective vs. Judge’s Perspective Including Select rides from the 2020 Olympics

 

Friday  April 15

DNR Building
  Noon-1:30

Basic Dressage from the Judge‘ s perspective. How YOUR horse can be successful in lower level dressage.

Compeer Arena  4:00-5:15

Demonstration: Dressage for all horses. How ordinary horses with quality training can excel in dressage

 

Saturday  April 16

Compeer Arena
  11:00-Noon

Lower Level Dressage Principles and How they can apply to any horse

DNR Building 1:00-2:00pm

Upper Level Dressage Analysis from the Judge’s Perspective (Including Video Analysis of Olympic caliber Dressage Rides)

Compeer Arena  4:00-5:00

Mid and Upper Level Dressage Principles

 

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