Demonstration Arena

We are so excited for all of the great learning opportunities in the Demo Arena during the

Burlington Capital International Omaha! The Demo Arena is free and open to the public. 

Learn from Olympic Gold Medalist and World Cup Champion, Melanie Smith Taylor

Melanie, along with colleague Robyn Miller, will provide four days of education in the Demo Arena. Topics include groundwork, flatwork, gymnastics, and jumping a course. 

Zone 6 Members

Be a part of this clinic and ride for Melanie and Robyn for FREE

Also Presenting

Megan McIssac

Megan is an FEI trainer and a USDF Certified Instructor through 4th level. In 2014, she was a National Champion with her horse, Kingsley at the US Finals in Kentucky. Megan has earned her USDF Gold, Silver, Bronze medalist, all USDF bars. Megan has competed four horses at Grand Prix.  She has competed successfully at Dressage at Devon and the West Coast Dressage Festival. She has earned many year-end awards with USDF and USEF.  Megan's students have competed through Grand Prix and have earned their rider medals and have successfully competed at USDF regional Championships.

Megan owns Lindinhof Equine Sports Zentrum in Oregon, WI, which is a 24 stall training facility with a heated riding arena.

Robyn Miller

Robyn was introduced to horses at the age of 4 when her family moved to a small dairy farm in Pennsylvania. A Shetland pony became her obsession and there was no turning back. At the age of 6 Robyn began taking lessons at a hunter/jumper barn where she spent every spare minute. She participated in their working student program as well as local 4-H and horse shows until age 19.

 

In 2000, Robyn attended a clinic that introduced her to the Tom Dorrance, Ray Hunt and Buck Brannaman. styles of horsemanship that she currently continues to practice and teach.  After some time she started many colts and worked with several horses that were considered "problem" horses earning a reputation as the "boot camp" trainer that was good at helping troubled horses.

 

Through one of her clients, Robyn met Melanie Smith Taylor who recognized her natural riding and horsemanship skills. Melanie has become a mentor for Robyn and  subsequently invited Robyn to become an associate in 2018. Melanie has afforded Robyn the opportunity to work with many top horsemen including Buck Brannaman on many occasions in the past few years. Robyn teaches weekly horsemanship workshops at Melanie’s Wildwood Farm in Germantown, Tennessee. Melanie and Robyn also give clinics together around the country incorporating the important principles that connect the groundwork, flatwork and jumping. 

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