Webinar recorded on Tuesday August 11, 2015 4:00 MT presented by Sandy Webster
This webinar will introduce an assortment of mounted games to increase the effectiveness of therapeutic riding activities and how these games may be adapted to meet lesson plan objectives and the goals of a variety of riders.
Sandy Webster is the 2012 Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship James Brady Award Winner. Sandy is a PATH Intl. Master Instructor, CanTRA Coach, Canadian Equestrian Federation Level 2 Eventing and Dressage Coach. She is a PATH Intl. Evaluator for the Registered, Advanced Instructor and Master Certification. She is an Accreditation Site visitor, Mentor Training and Interactive Vaulting faculty. Sandy has attended 2 Paralympics and 3 World Championships with riders with disabilities as their coach. She has a diverse background in many disciplines related to training horses, including racing, 3-day eventing, dressage, carriage driving and therapeutic riding. Sandy was the program director and executive director of CARD, an exceptional program in Toronto for 19 years. Sandy has spent the last 9 years as a program consultant while developing programs coast to coast in the United States and most recently as far reaching as Singapore.
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