Sabine Schut-Kery Clinic

presented by Dressage at Devon

May 29-31, 2024

May 29 @ Oak Springs Farm
May 30-31 @ Dunmovin

Directions to clinic facilities:

Oak Spring Farm 852 Providence Rd., Malvern PA 19355 If you plan to attend any of the clinic sessions at Oak Springs Farm, located at 852 Providence Road in Malvern PA, you can pull in by the red barn close to Goshen Road and park on the grass on the side of the driveway near the gate or in the gravel parking area by the gooseneck horse trailer and walk over to the outdoor arena about 25 yards down the driveway. If you have any questions at the last minute, please contact Caroline Hermann at 508-560-4155; questions in advance may be directed to Christina Morin Graham at 610-745-1218 / Thank you!

Dunmovin: 825 Guthrie Rd West Chester, PA 19380 – Parking will be in the field above the indoor. As you come onto Guthrie Rd from Copeland Rd. the field entrance is the second drive on the right.

Clinic Details

Rider Application Criteria

  • Applicants must be currently Training at First Level and above.
  • Priority given to those riding in two sessions on the same horse.
  • Limited sessions at each combined Levels:
    • First – Third
    • Fourth – PSG
    • I1 – GP
  • Applicants can bring one groom.
  • Application Due: April 22, 2024


  • One Session per horse/rider combination: $350
  • Two Sessions per horse/rider combination: $650
  • Applicants can bring one groom.
  • All applicants will be notified April 29, 2024
  • Clinic Fee Due: May 6, 2024
  • Apply Online


  • One Day: $60.00.
  • 2-day Package: $100
  • Fees are Non-refundable
  • Please Bring a chair
  • No Dogs
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  • Non-registration fee at the door – $75

About Sabine

Dressage at Devon is excited to announce that it will be presenting a dressage clinic taught by Sabine Schut-Kery in West Chester, Pennsylvania on May 29-31, which will be held at Dunmovin Farm. Dressage at Devon is a 501c3 not-for-profit institution with an educational mission principally centered on a hosting a premier, international breed and performance competition focused on the equestrian sport of dressage — held each year at the end of September. The fall Dressage at Devon horse show will celebrate its 50th anniversary in 2025. Net proceeds from this spring clinic will support the mission of Dressage at Devon and its featured fall show.

“Sabine has been a longstanding, beloved favorite at Dressage at Devon, with her captivating exhibition performances that pre-date her ascension to the Olympic level of our sport. She hosted Dressage at Devon’s very successful, inaugural masterclass in 2022, and we are so pleased that she is returning to us as a clinician this spring! This new initiative upholds our educational mission while also having the potential to deliver supplemental financial support that the fall show greatly needs,” shared Anne Moss, President of Dressage at Devon.

Sabine Schut-Kery said, “Dressage at Devon holds a special place in my heart. I look forward to sharing some of my foundational principles with riders and spectators in May while teaching a range of horse and rider athletes spanning the levels!”

Meet the Riders…


Heather Dice has been riding since she was 5 years old, and was an active Pony Clubber through childhood. Through her college years and young adulthood, her schoolmaster Thoroughbred retired and then passed, leaving her little opportunity to ride. Heather was finally able to take up riding again in late 2018. Since then, Heather’s main focus has been on rising through the levels of competitive Dressage as an Adult Amateur. She worked from Intro through Training on a lease horse, and found her current horse, a Clydesdale/Thoroughbred cross named Duet, at the end of 2021.

Since then, Heather and Duet have worked from Training through Second Level, competing in both schooling and recognized shows. Last year they competed in the CBLM Championships in New Jersey at Training and First Level, where they won fifth and ninth place out of classes of 18 and 20 respectively. Heather and Duet were DVCTA Year-End Champion and Reserve Champion at First and Training Level last year as well. This year, Heather hopes to compete at both First and Second Level at Region 8 GAIG Championships in New York, and is working on acquiring more scores towards her USDF Bronze Medal.

Besides competing, Heather’s main focus is on strengthening her relationship with Duet, and strives to always put him first in all of her riding and competition decisions.


Emily is a USDF Gold Medal competitor and trainer operating her own Emily O’Neill Dressage in Elverson, PA. Emily sourced MW Empire (Escamillio x San Amour x DeNiro) bred by Maplewood Warmbloods, for her client Johanna Walters in Fall 2022.

“Pi”, a 2019 Oldenburg gelding, is a quick learner who particularly likes lateral work. Pi had a very successful first season last year, with top finishes at Regionals at Training and First Levels and a strong showing at his first Nationals. This year they will compete at Second Level.


It’s difficult to put into words just how grateful I am for this experience and the chance to work with Sabine. I began my journey back into dressage just a few years ago after not having the opportunity to ride for almost 20 years.

Merlin is a super special and talented horse who I adore. A couple of cool facts about Merlin; he is a Mustang Warmblood x – he also competes barefoot! We have had some amazing moments and great accomplishments in the two years we have been together, including a win at regionals with a 78.6% at Training level.

I consider every moment I have with Merlin to be a gift. This year I am excited to continue competing while we move up to second level.


Jessica Fay is a USDF Bronze, Silver, and Gold medalist whose passion focuses on the correct, systematic training of both horse and rider. She is a native of Maine, where her love for developing young horses began on her family’s small Warmblood breeding operation. In 2006 she accepted a working student position at Hilltop Farm Inc. in Colora, MD where she furthered her knowledge in the starting of young horses.

She left that position to pursue both her Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Kinesiology from the University of Massachusetts. While there she furthered her Dressage education under the tutelage of Grand Prix rider, Sharon McCusker. She returned to Hilltop Farm in 2014 as the assistant trainer under training director Michael Bragdell. Over the next six years she successfully started and campaigned several horses at Regional and National championships through the Grand Prix Level.

In 2021 Jessica founded her own Unalome Dressage Inc and began operating out of Church Hill Farm in Hydes, Maryland. Jessica is riding the six-year-old KWPN gelding Nicodemus (Florette AS x Sandro Hit x Jazz) bred and owned by Laurie Castriota. “Nico” first came to Jessica as a three-year-old for starting under saddle and impressed her with his talent and desire to please. He is a powerful, elastic and expressive young horse who is currently schooling all the third level work.


“I am an FEI Trainer and professional who is training Primero, an 11 yr old PRE up to the Grand Prix. Miro had competed through I1 and we are looking at making the jump to I2 at some point this season.”


My name is Quinn Ridgway and I am from Bordentown, New Jersey. I am 21 years old. In the fall semester of 2023, I graduated from The College of New Jersey with a degree in marketing and have recently applied to obtain my Masters in Business Administration, with a specialization in strategy, innovation, and leadership.

I have been riding my horse, Dramatika V, (aka Chessie) for over four years. With the incredible guidance from my coach Nicole DelGiorno, I was fortunate enough to compete at North American Youth Championships (NAYC) where we placed 6th in the Young Rider Freestyle in 2021.

Last year, the stars aligned again, and I was able compete at NAYC where our combined Young Rider team of Region 1,2, and 9 placed third overall. As a result of the generosity of Dressage4Kids, and many others, I was granted the Christian Kennedy Memorial Fund Scholarship which allowed for me to train with Oded Shimoni in Wellington, FL this winter.


Shading is a 10 year old Oldenburg mare by Shakespeare out of Wynneth by Widmark. Evie has been riding her for 4 years and since then, they have gone to NAYC as the leading junior on the Region 1 team, been selected for the Robert Dover Horsemastership clinic, and competed up to PSG/Young Riders.

They are currently working towards qualifying for NAYC as a young rider for 2024.


Madison Rezaei is a USDF Gold, Silver, and Bronze medalist actively competing as an adult amateur. She has owned Welcome (Wellie), a 13yo Dutch Riding Pony, since 2022.

In the 2023 season, Madison and Wellie won the Region 8 AA PSG Championship and placed in the top 10 at the USDF Finals in Kentucky. For this season, they are looking forward to competing in the small tour and working towards the Grand Prix.