Offering riders Virtual Access
to Top Trainers
Why Clinics for a Cause?
You're looking for a new perspective on your horse and your riding.
You live in an area with few top trainers in your discipline.
You don't have your own trailer.
Your work schedule or budget makes it hard to ship for lessons.
Your horse somehow stops doing that one naughty thing as soon as your coach shows up.
These are just a few of the problems Clinics for a Cause can solve for riders anywhere in the world. Plus, you're giving back to other equestrians. A portion of our proceeds benefits the Equestrian Aid Foundation.
For just $40, you get up to 15 minutes of continuous video critiqued by a top professional in your discipline. Send in as many as you'd like.
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Choose a clinician and send a video of you riding
CLINICAN RECORDS FEEDBACK
Your clinician watches your video and provides feedback
Watch your feedback video and improve your riding
SAMPLE FEEDBACK VIDEO
Your purchase will benefit the Equestrian Aid Foundation disaster relief for equestrian professionals and industry service providers.
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About the Equestrian Aid Foundation
Click on the disciplines below to learn more about each clinician. You can submit video to anyone you'd like--even the same video to more than one if you would like multiple perspectives.
The Equestrian Aid Foundation provides emergency, lifesaving financial grants to horsemen and women within the United States coping with catastrophic injury or illness. EAF invests in the future of its recipients, giving them the resources to recover and thrive in the face of adversity.
Through its Disaster Relief Fund, the Equestrian Aid Foundation assists equestrian communities in the aftermath of natural disasters or other events unpreventable through reasonable cautionary measures. EAF has responded to the COVID-19 pandemic by offering grants to equestrian professionals in unexpected financial crisis due to industry cancellations, closures, and shutdowns. For more information, please click here.
The Online Riders Collective is proud to support EAF’s COVID-19 emergency response through Clinics for a Cause.
Check out our YouTube Channel to see other riders' videos.
(Sharing your video is optional--we will ask first!)
Alice Bruno and Jess Clawson founded The Online Riders Collective. The COVID-19 pandemic compelled them to find a way to help riders comply with safety measures and keep improving their riding --all while giving back.
Alice Bruno owns and operates Shenandoah Sporthorses, a boutique-style company that serves busy horse people in Virginia and surrounding states. Alice helps amateur riders sell horses that aren't a perfect match and find horses that are. She offers a curated selection of horses for sale and supports horse-and-rider pairs with services including horse transport, PEMF treatments, and layovers for horses and people at her farm in Lexington, Virginia, where she lives with her three children.
Jess Clawson is a freelance writer and consultant. They compete in eventing and dressage with a special love for OTTBs. Jess is also a Pony Club enthusiast--currently a horsemaster member of the Blue Ridge Hunt Pony Club and past Horse Management Organizer for the Virginia region. You can read Jess's writing on The Plaid Horse, Noelle Floyd, Horse Network, and more.