​​National Drive

   October 10-15, 2017

   Kentucky Horse Park

Spring Fling 2018

   May 24-27, 2018

​   Hoosier Horse Park, IN

The National Drive

Kim Billings - Animal Communicator

Kim last joined us in 2014 and was quite the hit as was Donetta Zimmerman before her. Kim charges $20 for a 20 minute session and will be joining us Friday & Saturday from 10-4. Her perceptions and insights are dead on. Whether you're having issues with your horse or just want to know what he/she thinks of their circumstances, this is your opportunity to find out. You won't be disappointed. Sign up sheet will be available later in the week. Don't miss out on this amazing experience!

​Riley Smitley - Equine Massage

Riley will be giving a demonstration at 10:00 Wednesday followed by private massage sessions from 11-4 Wednesday and 9-4 Friday. $50-75 depending on the size of the animal. A signup sheet will be available in the office Wednesday morning.  

Craig Kellogg

Craig came from a driving and fox hunting family and was given his first driving pony when he was 5.  He started teaching and driving when he was 16.  He competed in sleigh rallies, pleasure shows and many of the early CDEs.  After graduating from the University of Wyoming, he worked at a hunter/jumper/fox hunting barn training hunters and driving. Following his stint with the jumpers, he returned to his parents' driving stable in Sharon,  Connecticut. Following in his father's footsteps (who was a founder of the ADS), he became an ADS official in 1974 and served on several ADS committees. He then branched out with his own business in Virginia and Millbrook, New York, until he moved to Southern  Pines in 2004 where he continues to train, teach, and coach. 

Our 2017 National Drive Clinicians

Tracey Morgan

​Tracey Morgan trains and teaches from her Beallsville, Maryland farm and Ocala, Fl in the winter.  She has been a Combined Driving competitor for more than twenty years competing at FEI in several divisions. Tracey has a background in ridden dressage and eventing, competing ponies that she trained, raised and often bred in CDEs as single, pair, tandem and four in hands.  Her accomplishments include ten USEF National Championships and seven Pony World Championships throughout Europe.  Currently the Chair of the Driven Dressage Committee for ADS Tracey is an ADS “R” judge and member of the USEF Driving Sport Committee. Tracey is happy to work with drivers of all skill levels and with the variety of horses and ponies that they drive for both recreation and competition. 

Amy Neary

Amy has been driving for 28 years. She has competed in CDEs as well as pleasure shows. Driving is her hobby, and she also rides for pleasure. She really enjoys helping new drivers with the basics of competing, focusing on the obstacles and cones phases. 

Rates for our clinicians are as follows:

  • Tracey  $85      301-648-5158                
  • Craig     $75      910-603-9744
  • Amy      $50      865-712-8745

You may sign up for lessons (or call to reserve a slot if you will not be arriving until after Tuesday) starting at 9:00 Tuesday morning.