Auditors Welcome to Attend Frank Madden Clinic at Old Barrington Farm
November 23-24, 2019
Frank Madden during the course walk at the ASPCA Maclay Finals 2019.
Barrington, IL – November 12, 2019 – Old Barrington Farm welcomes nationally renowned trainer Frank Madden to their farm for a hunter/jumper clinic Saturday, November 23rd and Sunday, November 24th, 2019. Auditors are welcome to attend and learn from the expert at the beautiful heated facility.
Frank Madden stands out as one of the most successful and dedicated trainers of young and developing show jumping talent in the United States. He has trained several of the most promising junior equitation and junior amateur jumper riders who have the potential to represent the United States at the highest levels of international competition. In addition to his training, Frank is also a top "R" judge and a published author.
Madden and several of his top riders were featured in the 2005 Animal Planet television series "Horse Power: The Road to the Maclay." Animal Planet filmed as Madden's student Brianne Goutal made history as the first junior rider to win all the major equitation finals. Recently Madden coached rider Taylor Griffiths to wins in the New England Medal Finals and the Region 2 Maclay Regionals.
Join Frank Madden at Old Barrington Farm for two days of instruction and learn from the best.
8:30 am- 10:30 am – 2’6”- 2’9” group
10:30 am – 12:30 pm – 3’- 3’3” group
12:30 pm – 1:30 pm – LUNCH WITH FRANK
1:30 pm – 3:30 pm – 3’6” and up group
$40 for 1 day/ $65 for 2 days
Price includes breakfast, lunch and snacks for both days.
Click here to reserve your spot for the clinic. Please indicate the day or days you plan to attend.
About Old Barrington Farm
Old Barrington Farm is the premier Midwest equestrian center built by the McArdle family on over 60 acres of rolling land in the Village of North Barrington, Illinois. Old Barrington offers boarding and training programs in a state-of-the-art facility featuring a spacious heated indoor ring, outdoor ring, grass field, all-weather and grass paddocks and trails for riding. Just a short trail ride from the Equestrian Center, Old Barrington Estates is a unique residential community comprised of just 7 beautiful home sites ranging in size from 4 acres to over 9 acres. Each home of Old Barrington Estates may have its own private horse barn and has access to the Equestrian Center’s amenities.
For more information regarding the clinic or Old Barrington Farm, please visit www.oldbarringtonfarm.com and www.obestates.com.
OLD BARRINGTON FARMAmelia McArdle – Hunter Jumper Trainer
Julie Smith - Assistant Trainer
26059 W. Scott Rd.North Barrington, IL 60010
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