The Danielle Keogh Clinic went ahead on Saturday the 6th of April. The weather fined up and the clinic could still go ahead. The grounds were still very wet but the sand arena held up. Danielle loved that everyone was so open to change and embraced the challanges and uncomfortable feelings to try. Danielle prides herself on seeing something going on in the rider that maybe effecting the horse, asking the rider if they find this hard or that side stiff and not only is it usually yes, BUT you then see it when they ride and change things up and the horse goes better/straighter/correct!
- Great Clinic! Danielle was amazing! Not looking forward to those exercises she gave me, but know that they will help with my posture and riding! My pony will be grateful. – Carolyn Bird
- I’m feeling muscles I didn’t know were there, definitely going to sleep well tonight! Thanks for a fantastic day 😁 – Emma Churchill
To find out more about Danielle and her program check her out on facebook at Danielle Keogh Dressage.
Like all good clubs, we are only as good as our helpers and volunteers.
When you join or re-join RASDEG, we ask you to set aside a competition day from our calendar for which you contribute to the running of your club as a non-riding volunteer.
Upon completing your volunteering at an event, you will recieve GOLD CLUB status.This status entitles you to the following:
- Cheaper entry fees for RASDEG Competitions via a special code for Nominate (Cannot be used to clinics as we do not use Nominate as the booking system)
- Eligibility for End of Year Awards
We hope you will be generous with your time to help the success of our events.
Please contact our Volunteer Co-ordinator to organise your volunteer day.
Please note that if you volunteer for a committee or an ancillary position with the club in you automatically gain GOLD CLUB staus as it has been determined that most positions will accrue at least 20 hours of behind the scene organisation.