IMPORTANT EQUINE HEALTH INFORMATION FOR THE ESTES PARK HORSE SHOWS
The Estes Park Horse Shows have decided to follow the lead set by the Colorado Horse Park of requiring health certificates, dated within five (5) days of arrival, for each horse competing at any of the Estes Park Horse Shows, including the Copper Penny I & II, as well as the Estes Park Festival I & II. This requirement is also in effect for any horses arriving for the USHJA / CHJA Member Benefits Clinic as well. This certificate will cover your initial arrival and your stay. If your horse leaves at any time and you wish to return, you must have another certificate dated within five (5) days of your return. Please be prepared to present these certificates for each horse upon your arrival and prior to unloading your horses on the show grounds. This procedure will remain in effect unless changes are announced by the Colorado State Veterinarian's Office. Please feel free to email CEP at email@example.com if you have any questions or concerns. Thank you for your understanding as we strive to protect our equine athletes.
Monday, July 22nd at the Estes Park Events Complex in Estes Park, Colorado For more information, contact Jen Duffy at 720-210-3203 or email her.
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Rita Timpanaro began riding as a child under the guidance of Frank and Wayne Carroll and Bernie Traurig. As a junior rider, she was a member of the Pony Club and qualified for level I and Level II Dressage. Beginning at 12 years of age, she qualified for the National ASPCA and AHSA (presently USEF) Medal Equitation Championship Finals. She was a ribbon winner in each of the Finals for five consecutive years and placed in the AHSA Junior Jumper year-end award. She competed in the Madison Square Garden National Horse Show, and at age 12, rode her horse to a win in a Junior Hunter Class. At age 13, she was awarded the ASPCA National Equitation Reserve Championship. At 16, she went on to win the AHSA (presently USEF) Hunter Seat Medal Finals. Rita incorporates into her clinics the system she has developed during her extensive career as a rider, trainer and USEF judge. She loves teaching riders of all ages and levels of riding! From a judge's perspective, each clinic is based on the American Hunter Jumper Forward System of riding and training horses. In 2011-2016, Rita served as a USHJA Certified Trainer and was honored to be a USHJA Certified Clinician.