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Still Time to Register for The Farmers¹ Museum¹s Annual Benefit Horse Show Pre-Show Clinic Set for June 11

May 31, 2011

Still Time to Register for The Farmers’ Museum’s Annual Benefit Horse Show Pre-Show Clinic Set for June 11

COOPERSTOWN, NY (05.31.2011) — There is still time to register for The Farmers’ Museum’s annual Horse Show Clinic featuring one of the nation’s foremost hunter/jumper trainers, W.T. (Timmy) Kees. The clinic will take place on Saturday, June 11 at the Iroquois Farm Showgrounds, County Highway 33 in Cooperstown – beginning at 8:30 a.m. The clinic is open to riders of all ages, levels andabilities. Four sessions are available. Cost is $75/rider per session with a maximum of six riders per session.

Visit m.preston. You can fax the form to (607) 547-1499.

The 15th Annual Benefit Horse Show and Luncheon will take place the following day (June 12) beginning at 9:00 a.m. Admission is free for the general public.

About W.T. (Timmy) Kees:

With over 35 years experience on the “A” horse show circuit, W.T. (“Timmy”) Kees is one of the country’s most prominent hunter/equitation trainers. His riders have won the ASPCA Maclay, USEF Medal and USET equitation finals a total of seven times. Kees has also trained hunters such as Holy Smoke, Watership Down and Castaway to championships atDevon, Harrisburg, Washington and The National Horse Show. He is a USEF “R” judge and conducts clinics throughout the country. Kees was recently inducted into the National Show Hunter Hall of Fame. He is based at Red Gate Farm inNewtown, CT, where he trains horses and riders for the hunter, jumper and equitation divisions with partners Olympic gold medalist Leslie Burr Howard and Grand Prix riders Molly Ashe Cawley and Chris Cawley.

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