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Amy Larson Clinic

  • The Darke Horse Farm 16438 State Highway C Rayville, MO, 64084 United States (map)

The Darke Horse Farm Clinic with Amy Larson, USDF Gold Medalist, nationally recognized FEI trainer.
November 23rd & 24th.
Rides are $125.00 each. Limited self-care day and overnight stabling available.
Contact Cindy Sanders at to reserve your ride times.

“Felicitas von-Neumann Cosel: “I have known Amy Larson for close to 35 years, she is an amazing instructor with intuitive feel for horse and rider. I seldom have seen anyone give their student such solid foundations. ...I have seen many of her students over the years and could not be more impressed! If you have the chance don't miss out riding with her!”

Amy Larson trains and teaches through the FEI levels and is a nationally recognized trainer, coach and clinician. She has developed many horses to FEI from their first backing.

A talented rider, Amy also is a gifted teacher. She works with horses and riders of all levels and is a notably patient mentor to each and every one she works with. Her personal mentors have been Felicitas von Neumann Cosel and Willi Schultheis. In 1997 Amy earned her USDF Gold Medal riding a horse she started and trained to Grand Prix. A few horses she has trained to FEI are:

Her Trakehner, Playboy, and Deb Davenport's beautiful mare, Destine.

Amy has helped her students to similar success with several achieving their Bronze, Silver and Gold medals and many riding Arabians, Baroque breeds, and grade horses.

Amy's decades long competitive success and high standard of excellence is now carried on to her students with her passion for teaching from beginner to Grand Prix; competitor or pleasure; dressage, western dressage, and basic horsemanship skills. As an award winning artist her artistic talent, impeccable eye, and champion for the good of the horse make her a uniquely gifted rider, trainer, and clinician.

Fifty-five minutes north east of KCMO at The Darke Horse Farm, Rayville, MO., 64084

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