NSBA Foundation Announces Coaches Summit
The NSBA Foundation is excited to announce the first COACHES SUMMIT to be held in Gurnee, Illinois, March 26-28, 2018.
A 3- day workshop designed for equine industry professionals, therapeutic riding center coaches & staff or any interested stakeholder to explore opportunities for engagement and expansion of current or new riding programs and learn about NSBA competitive events for the inclusion of Equestrians with Disabilities or Veterans using horses as a form of therapeutic riding. Complete details & agenda of the 3 day event will be released in the Fall of 2017.
Financial stipends are available to interested applicants to offset travel, lodging and meals at the conference. As a special project of the NSBA Foundation, the work shop is funded in part by Gutmann Farms and the Curt & Beth Hartman Family.
The National Snaffle Bit Association Foundation’s Heroes on Horses & Equestrians with Disabilities are two of five programs administered by the National Snaffle Bit Foundation, which also include the Animal Welfare Fund, the Trainer Crisis Fund, and the Youth Scholarship Fund.
NSBA’s Equestrians with Disabilities and Heroes on Horses provides a competitive platform for all riders to participate in. The NSBA related events compliment the work of PATH, Intl. (PATH) and are open to any age rider in Western and English disciplines.
Operating under a separate board of directors, the NSBA Foundation serves as the fiduciary arm of the National Snaffle Bit Association and provides funding to support the efforts of the Association through programming specific to the equine industry and the NSBA membership. The NSBA Foundation is a registered 501(c)(3) organization.
For more information, please visit www.nsba.com