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Young Dressage Horse Clinic for all interested with Eddy De Wolff van Westerrode 5* FEI Judge. Manfeild Stadium 6.30pm Thursday 15th February $20.00 payable on the day.
To register or for more information contact Linda Warren-Davey firstname.lastname@example.org
After graduating from school in the Netherlands, Eddy went off to the UK to improve his command of the English language a year and there found his life’s calling in working with horses. He enjoyed the work with Jumpers, Eventers and Hunting.
Next stop was the famous Westphalia Riding and Driving School in Munster, Germany ( dir. the late Major Paul Stecken) and after three years of study, passed his “Bereiter” exam in Warendorf.
After his experiences in England and Germany, he encountered his third major influence, the late Colonel Géza von Hazslinszky, during his military service at the Dutch Royal Stables in The Hague and he was thoroughly impressed by the Hungarian classical training methods. His newfound mentor was the former leader of the Spanish Riding School in Budapest. This fundamentally influenced both thinking and his teaching and instructing methods.
Upon leaving the military service he worked with young Hanoverian approved stallions in Adelheidsdorf and later instructed at the establishment of Dutch International Judge Jan Nijland. Eddy earned his best competition results with Monarch, a Dutch bred Grand Prix Stallion, the pair winning the 1981 Dutch Championship at Prix St Georges /Intermediate I level.
More recently, he works freelance as a riding instructor, but mostly he is judging competitions worldwide, the most noteworthy among these being the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro in 2016. In 2018 he will again be on the panel at the World Championships for Young Horses in Ermelo.
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