Jim Wofford Clinic Learn from one of the best-known Olympic Eventing trainers in the world at Brookhill Farm! Brookhill Farm is excited to announce that Jim Wofford will be teaching a Jumper Clinic at Brookhill Farm July 2nd and 3rd. Don't miss out on learning from one of the best of the best in an intimate setting, right at home! Clinic sessions will be 5 riders maximum and each session will be 2 hours in length. Riders are welcome to come for 1 or both days however, priority booking will be for riders seeking 2 day sessions. Be sure to reserve your spot ASAP as these spaces will fill quickly! Single sessions are $300 if you own your own horse or $550 for both days. Need a horse? Brookhill can provide a mount. Riders leasing a mount for the clinic will pay $350 for one session or $650 for both days. Clinic Schedule: 8-9am: Q&A/lecture 9:30-11:30am: Group 1 12-2pm: Group 2 2:30-4:30: Group 3 Audit the clinic for $35/day.  Ready to sign up? RSVP with Toni Durham -  or 434-942-0846 Still on the fence? Jim's bio might help you decide: "Jim Wofford is a 3-time Olympian, has spent his life with horses, and is one of the best-known Eventing trainers in the world today. In 2000, Wofford was listed by the Chronicle of the Horse as one of the “50 Most Influential Horseman” of the 20th century, and in January of 2012, he was awarded the Jimmy A. Williams Trophy for Lifetime Achievement, horse sports’ highest honor. A Hall of Fame member of both the United States Eventing Association and Culver Military Academy, Wofford trains at his farm in Upperville, Va., and travels extensively, teaching and giving clinics. Wofford has had at least one student on every U.S. Olympic, World Championship, and Pan-American team since 1978. All four members of the U.S. Bronze medal team at the 2000 Sydney Olympics, including David O’Connor, the Individual Gold medal winner, were graduates of Wofford’s program. In addition, 3 out of the 4 members of the 2002 Gold Medal team at the World Equestrian Games were his former students. Kim Severson, the Individual Silver Medal winner at the Athens Olympics, and Gina Miles, the Individual Silver Medal winner at the Beijing Olympics, are both graduates of Wofford’s program. He was named USOC Developmental Coach of the Year in both 1998 and 1999. He served as coach for the Canadian Team for the 2002 World Championships, for the Silver Medal Team at the 2003 Pan American Championships, and the 2004 Olympics in Athens. In 2007 Wofford was named a Fellow of the USEA Instructors Certification Program. Widely sought after as a clinician and coach, Wofford is equally well known as an author. His first book, TRAINING THE 3-DAY EVENT HORSE AND RIDER, is now back in print after selling out the first print run, while his second book, GYMNASTICS: SYSTEMATIC TRAINING FOR JUMPING HORSES is out of print. A sequel, entitled MODERN GYMNASTICS, is now available. Three other books, TAKE A GOOD LOOK AROUND, 101 EVENTING TIPS, and CROSS-COUNTRY WITH JIM WOFFORD, are all widely available. In addition, he writes a monthly column for Practical Horseman, the largest monthly periodical in the U.S. dedicated to “English” riding."