Druley: Horse jumping boot camp coming to Elburn
Lynda Zema describes herself as a “professional horse person” – not a whisperer – a distinction that paves the way for her wearing a microphone at Bull Run Equestrian Center in two weekends.
While Zema aims Bull Run’s fourth annual jumping boot camp at registered riders, she also will cater instruction to the audience assembled at the Elburn facility on Feb. 23 and 24.
Separate sessions for novice, intermediate and expert riders will be held beginning at 9 a.m. both days, and Zema, the farm manager and trainer, promises a gentle trip throughout. She often hears feedback on her teaching style, and friendliness is a common theme.
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