Tell Us Why for a Chance to Have a 45-Minute Lesson
at the International Omaha in April
The Omaha Equestrian Foundation is offering aspiring riders a chance to earn a 45-minute lesson with acclaimed rider, teacher, coach and author George H. Morris at its International Omaha event on April 12-15. The lesson will be held in the demonstration arena at the CenturyLink Center, site of last year’s FEI World Cup Finals in jumping and dressage. It is open to all riders.
The winning rider and horse should be comfortable jumping at least 2’6”. Both horse and rider must be properly turned out for a show. The lesson will consist of flat work and some jumping instruction. The rider will be responsible for bringing their own mount and may trailer in and out. Stall is not included in the lesson. If available, stall may be purchased through the OEF office.
To apply, simply send a 250-word essay telling us what it means to you to ride for the legendary George Morris. Essays can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org by March 23. Be sure to include your full name, street address, email address and a phone number where you can be reached.
The Omaha Equestrian Federation is committed to the development of high performance riders and horses and in making the Midwest a hub of the sport horse industry. The International Omaha is a preeminent equine event in the region, offering four days of competition in both jumping and dressage, shopping, exhibits, demonstrations and entertainment.