January, 2015 – Clayton Fredericks Clinics

One Day Dressage Clinic                                                                        Two Day Jumping Clinic

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In January, 2015, Kingfisher Park Equestrian hosted a one-day Dressage Clinic and a two-day Stadium Jumping and Cross Country Clinic conducted by current Canadian Olympic team coach, Clayton Fredericks. Clayton represented his native Australia at the 2012 London Olympics, won a team silver medal at the Beijing Olympics, and an individual silver and a team bronze medal at the 2006 FEI World Equestrian Games. In 2007 Clayton was victorious at Rolex and he was FEI World Cup Champion in 2005 and 2013.

A selection of photos from the clinics can be seen below.



April, 2015 – Dana Cooke Clinic


In April, 2015, Dana Cooke,  Director of Equestrian Activities at Kingfisher Park Equestrian,  conducted a two-day clinic focusing on the correct training of the event horse. The first day of the clinic focused upon jumping gymnastics while the second day focused on the cross-country phase. While the weather during the jumping gymnastics phase was miserable (the clinic was held on the same weekend as Rolex) the footing in the arena held up beautifully and we were able to complete the clinic as planned. The weather on day two was much more pleasant and clinic participants trained at Kingfisher Park’s cross country schooling are over ditches, banks, portables, and the water jump.


July 2015   Clayton Fredericks Camp 

Unique Learning Experience

Clayton-Photo-300x203KFP conducted a three-day, continuing education opportunity with Clayton Fredericks. Day One consisted of  semi-private dressage lessons, Day 2 was  small-group show jumping exercises and gymnastics, and Day 3 focused on  cross-country.

The Camp utilized Kingfisher Park’s world-class 175′ x 250x riding arena featuring Future Track footing, and our newly-constructed schooling area containing multiple elements, including a water jump, banks, ditches and a wide selection of portables.

Clayton’s resume as a competitor and coach is outstanding.  He was a member of the Australian team at the 2012 London Olympics, won a team silver medal Beijing in 2008 and individual silver and team bronze medals at the 2006 FEI World Equestrian Games, won the 2007 Rolex Kentucky CCI4, and was FEI World Cup Champion in 2005 and 2008.  In 2013, he was appointed the International Technical Advisor to the Canadian Eventing Team.

Clayton’s international experience, combined with his global coaching successes make his clinics the ultimate equestrian educational experience.  In order to maximize the opportunity to interact with and learn from Clayton, the clinic is limited to 24 attendees. Places will be allocated on a first-come-first-served basis with preference being given to those enrolling for all three days of the Camp.