2019 ATAA Conference and General Membership Meeting
October 3-6, 2019
Topics at Conference
How and Why of Akhal Teke Registration
Learn the how to correctly measure and gather information needed to register your Akhal Teke. Discussions on why it is important to the breed to keep registration current. Information how the ATAA can help with getting your Akhal Tekes registered with both the ATAA and the closed stud book .
Nutrition For the Equine Athlete
What basic elements does the equine athlete need for competition? What nutrition does an equine athlete need to maintain and thrive? How are these nutritional needs met?
Thinking Like a Horse
How do we know what we know about horses? Why do horses do what they do? Fascinating research giving a fresh perspective for better communication between horse and human in the training, warm up or show ring. How horses learn. how to teach your horse any skill, systematically, based on the science of equine behavior.
Equine Sports Medicine
What is involved in caring for an equine athlete? What options are there to maintain equine health and fitness? What happens when injuries do happen. A look at new and old technology in equine sports medicine.
Lindsay Grice: Lecturer in Equine Behavior, columnist, horse show judge, certified riding coach
Dr. Angie Hill: Equine Veterinarian, Georgian Bay Equine
Dr Richelle Neundorf: Equine Veterinarian, Georgian Bay Equine
Megan Lane: Canadian Olympic Dressage Rider
Nadja Tarasova: Akhal-Teke Breed Consultant
Artur Baboev: Internationally Renowned Equine Photographer
Akhal Valley Farms
Ride in the Megan Lane Clinic! Contact Katrina for more details!
In 2014, Dressage Canada’s “Owner of the Year”, and is the youngest Canadian dressage athlete to have competed. In 2015, the duo’s success continued as they competed at the Pan American Games in Toronto, earning a silver team medal on home soil. Megan continues to break the status quo in the international dressage area. Megan spends her winters in Wellington, Florida competing on the international circuit in 2014, Dressage Canada’s “Owner of the Year”, and is the youngest Canadian dressage athlete to have competed. In 2015, the duo’s success continued as they competed at the Pan American Games in Toronto, earning a silver team medal on home soil. Megan continues to break the status quo in the international dressage area. Megan spends her winters in Wellington, Florida competing on the international circuit.
This is an excellent opportunity to learn from a top level rider. No matter what the discipline, dressage applies to us all. Come see an Akhal Teke only day of dressage with one of Canada's top dressage rider. Canadian Olympic Dressage rider Megan Lane. This event is open to the public admission can purchased at the door. Special thank you to Sunbridge Equestrian for the use of their facility for this event.
Bring Your Akhal Teke With You
Want your Teke to come to the conference too??
Do you want the opportunity to have your Akhal Teke or Teke cross photographed by world famous Artur Baveov? Would you like to bring your Teke and ride in the Megan Lane Dressage clinic? Limited space is available so register today. For more information and to register please contact Katrina Ardiel at firstname.lastname@example.org.