Safety Clinics are designed to promote driving safety for new drivers and for those who may be interested in learning more about what makes a good driving horse, fitting and care of the harness, and selecting a horse-drawn vehicle. These are not held every year but as the demand allows. Watch for announcements.
Member clinics are held occasionally for experienced drivers who wish to improve their skills. Professional clinicians are brought in to give the clinics. Members can sign up to participate or audit the clinic. Watch for announcements.
April 17, 2021
Chad & Myrna Rhinehart Residence
E9432A South Avenue
The DDC ReStart Clinic is a low-key, educational opportunity to help DDC members get restarted in the social aspects of carriage driving. We’ve asked some of our local experienced club members to share their knowledge in a fun, relaxing, and social day of learning. Presenters may have handouts to share, and sessions might be recorded. The DDC Annual Meeting will also be held over the lunch hour.
• Your own lunch (water and other beverages will be provided)
• Clothing appropriate for the weather. There is a small indoor arena that will be used for the Barn sessions, but it isn’t heated. The Shop is heated. Obstacle Strategies and Reinsmanship will be outside if the weather allows.
• Payment for DDC membership if not a member already (DDC membership is required.)
• Any questions you have been pondering about carriage driving!