Based at Wolf Creek Ranch, in Grass Valley, California, the Israeli-born Eitan Beth-Halachmy is well-known for merging Classical and Western equestrian training. He has performed around the globe in such prestigious events as the World Equestrian Games in Aachen, Germany (in 2006), and in Lexington, Kentucky (in 2010).
Eitan Beth-Halachmy has earned numerous international titles in the Show Horse industry, including World Champion Western Pleasure Horse in 1993 and 1996 with his Morgan stallion, Holiday Compadre. In 2002, 2003, and 2005, Santa Fe Renegade (another of Eitan Beth-Halachmy's Morgan stallions) was named World Champion Western Pleasure Horse of the Year.
The 2014 Midwest Horse Fair, themed “Horse Tales,” takes place April 11 to 13 at the Alliant Energy Center in Madison, Wisconsin.
Now retired from active public equestrian training, Eitan Beth-Halachmy has led many junior and adult clients to national and world titles.
Eitan Beth-Halachmy will also teach a Cowboy Dressage Clinic at Dan Lynch Farms, in Cross Plains, Wisconsin, from April 15 to 18.
The popular Cowboy Dressage clinician returns to the Midwest in the fall to present an "Experience Cowboy Dressage" clinic at Country View Equestrian Estate, in West Bend, Wisconsin. This event, presented by the Wisconsin Western Dressage Club, is scheduled for September 27-28.
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