Clinics and Seminars

Held at Blue Goose Stable, LLC


Contact: Darcy Miller 610-999-5231

Rebecca Langwost Barlow Clinic

June 15, 2017
June 28 & 29, 2017
July 6, 2017
July 19 & 20, 2017
Aug 16 & 17, 2017


Rebecca on Libertina

Rebecca on Libertina — winner of USDF Region 1 First Level Musical Freestyle and First Level open 2012

Rebecca Langwost-Barlow is a USDF Gold, Silver, and Bronze Medalist and one of the earliest USDF certified trainers to the Fourth Level.  She has started hundreds of youngsters and trained many to FEI levels including Grand Prix.  She was a world-ranked Grand Prix rider on her self-trained Dutch gelding Gomerant.  As the first recipient of the Dressage Foundation Scholarship, she was accepted to train under the renowned Olympian Dr. Reiner Klimke and Rolf Isselhorst in Germany.  She has also trained with Michael Klimke, Willy Arts, Conrad Schumacher, Hans Juergen Armbrose, Rudolf Zeilinger, Georg Theodorescu and other internationally acclaimed professionals.  Rebecca has written articles for Dressage Today, Practical Horseman and other local publications and has been interviewed as a training and showing expert for many national magazines, including USDF Connections and the Equiery, and is featured in the latest USDF Freestyle handbook.  She teaches hundreds of students of all ages and at all levels including Grand Prix and is currently the head trainer at the premier dressage facility, Wyndham Oaks, in Boyds, Md.

In 2008, her self-trained horse Welfenstein won Reserve National Hanoverian Intermediare II Champion Horse of the Year.  She trained Rhett, who in 2008 was rated the Number One Nationally-Bred FEI Horse; he is receiving sponsorship to train and compete in Europe under Jim Koford with trainer Conrad Schumacher.  Rebecca also trained Zorba, who in 2008 was rated the Number One nationally-bred Dutch 4 year-old upon winning the National DG Bar Cup.


In past years, Rebecca has been chosen as an FEI rider for two USDF National Symposiums: for Dr. Reiner Klimke on the elite Hanoverian stallion Guderian and for Conrad Schumacher on the Grand Prix horse Gomerant.  She was the only rider chosen by Conrad Schumacher for his symposium who had no previous relations with him.  She and her self-trained Dutch gelding Nando continue to hold the distinction of being the only horse-rider pair to win the Prix St. Georg and Intermediare I in the same year at the Lexington Challenge in Lexington, VA.  These are just a few of her many accomplishments; she has taken many different horses to a large number of high-score and year-end championships at all levels over the years.

Rebecca is one of the top horsemen in the country.  Her experiences as a leading dressage trainer, as a competitive jumper, and as a backer of babies on the race track have given her a depth and range of knowledge met by only a few.

Gabriel Armando Clinic


Gabriel_ArmandoHe is an FEI  4*FEI judge who has been involved in the equestrian sport since he was 8 years old. As a young rider, he competed in dressage and jumping. In 1982 and 1983, he was  Dressage National Champion in his native country, Argentina. In 1998, he won the Silver Medal in the South American Championship, in Sao Paulo, Brazil. He has been a member of the Argentinean team in the 2003 Pan American Games in Dominican Republic and in the 2007 Pan American Games in Rio, Brazil. He  has trained in Germany where he goes periodically since 1986.

He has judged in 20 countries in International competitions including the NAJYRC (2006-2010-2011-2012-2014), World Dressage Challenge (Region 9 and 2), Pan Am Games 2011 and  many World Cup Qualifiers.

As a trainer, he is an active clinician and he daily supervises the development of  20 riders/horses. Gabriel has students from various countries. He has also been the National Trainer and Technical advisor of the Puerto Rican Dressage Team as well as trainer of his native country dressage team. He is based at Back Brook Farm in Ringoes, New Jersey where he trains with his wife Suzanne Ross-Armando. Together they have helped many US riders to obtain their bronze, silver and gold medals from the USDF. They spend winters in Wellington, Florida.


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Darcy begins with the Basics of Natural Horsemanship which will help you to begin to solve many of the common problems people have with their horses:

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Learn how to cross water, rivers and streams, bridges, mud.  Everything you can imagine on the trail.

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