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Gayle Lampe to Present November Clinic



Morgan Reiser Stables at Deep LM Farm is pleased to announce a one of a kind seminar with a national and international leader in equine science, Gayle Lampe on November 21-22, 2015 in Granville, OH. Gayle is known as an outstanding instructor, trainer, coach and rider who developed the first 4 year degree in equestrian science for William Woods University. A fun and information packed weekend is planned for all horse enthusiasts.

Not only will you have a chance to ride with one of the premier instructors in the country, we are also offering additional educational and training sessions by the talented husband and wife team of Morgan Chad Reiser and Tami Reiser. We are also offering chiropractic and breeding seminars for a well-rounded experience. This is a perfect weekend for amateurs, juveniles, beginners and AOT equestrians.

The slots for riding with Gayle are limited and on a first come, first serve basis so please sign up early if you want to ride! Lessons will be given in groups of 2-3. The weekend is also open to non-riding participants who wish to audit the lesson sessions and attend all other educational and recreational activities as well.

The weekend package includes:
• Up to 2 lesson rides with Gayle based upon attendance and availability
• Light breakfast and coffee each morning
• Box lunches
• Q/A sessions with Gayle
• Demonstrations and instruction by Morgan Chad and Tami Reiser on bridling, bits, long lining and tail sets
• Breeding discussion with ultrasound demonstration on a mare in foal with Dr. Naomi Chiero, DVM from The Ohio State University School of Veterinary Medicine
• Equine Chiropractic demonstration by Amy Rhea Rock
• Group Pilates for Equestrians session by Jodey Johnson Lober
• Custom Educational Handouts
• Unique Giveaways to remember the weekend, including personal book signings by Gayle!

Price for Riders: $425.00
Price for Non-Riding Participants: $275.00

Available Clinic Add-ons include:
Riding for Success: Both In and Out of the Show Ring (Revised) by Gayle Lampe (Paperback) - $26.95 plus discounts available if we meet minimums. Gayle will sign each book personally.

Private 55 minute Pilates for Equestrians Sessions with Jodey Johnson Lober available Friday through Sunday. $60.00 (sold separately)

Deep LM Farm is located in scenic Granville, OH just east of Columbus, OH. Rides from the
Columbus airport will be available. We have a block of rooms reserved at The Marriott Courtyard Newark, 500 Highland Blvd, Newark, OH 43055 (740-244-1800) for $89.00 plus tax per night. Book early to make sure you get the rate! Ask for the Gayle Lampe Clinic room block. Let us know if you are interested in sharing a room.

To sign up go to: www.deeplm.com. At the bottom of the homepage under News, there is a Gayle Lampe Clinic link to the sign up form. Only people signed up through the website are officially registered!

Contact information and above submitted by:
Lili McCutchan
Morgan Reiser Stables at Deep LM Farm 740 587 3323/480 292 5428 lmccutchan@earthlink.net
4025 Granview Road
Granville, OH 43023 Morgan Reiser Stables at Deep LM Farm

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