Wellington, Fla. – April 12, 2016 – Marcus Fyffe Dressage will host a DressageClinic.com clinic tomorrow, April 13, at Stillpoint Farm in Wellington, Florida. The team has graciously opened their barn to the public for free auditing so do not miss a day of dressage education! The clinic begins at 8 a.m. and includes a veterinary demonstration from Wellington Equine Sports Medicine.
David Marcus and Nicholas Fyffe, longtime partners who married in November 2015, combined their businesses to create Marcus Fyffe Dressage and offer year-round training in Wellington at the beautiful Stillpoint Farm. Marcus, Fyffe and their students enjoyed an impressive winter season to kick off the year. Along with achieving numerous CDI and national Grand Prix victories during the competitive Wellington winter circuit, several students are in the running to represent their countries at the 2016 Rio Olympics.
By working together, the two international Grand Prix athletes offer their clients stability and consistency as well as a broad range of insights drawn from their diverse backgrounds. Marcus Fyffe Dressage welcomes all dressage riders interested in learning and improving their abilities and connection with the horse, whether they are just starting out at Training Level or fine-tuning their Grand Prix test riding.
DressageClinic.com offers educational training videos by top dressage trainers from around the world. They have selected a group of internationally recognized dressage trainers from Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium, the United States, Canada, Spain and other countries. DressageClinic.com follows these trainers around the world with cameras, recording training videos of them working, riding and lecturing with their horses in training or assisting their students.