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American Riding Instructors Association Certification Testing at Goucher College in Baltimore, MD

BONITA SPRINGS, FL, January 7, 2008 - The American Riding Instructors Association (ARIA) will be holding an instructor certification Test Center on Sunday, February 2, 2008 at Goucher College in Baltimore, MD.

This Test Center will continue ARIA’s partnership with 7 top educational institutions throughout the United States. In 2008, additional testing will take place at Cazenovia College, Montana State University, Arizona Agribusiness & Equine Center, Virginia Intermont College, University of Montana –Western, and William Woods University.

The testing at these 7 educational institutions will include certification at 3 different levels and in 15 disciplines: Hunt Seat over Fences, Hunt Seat on the Flat, Dressage, Show Jumping, Driving, Eventing, Western Pleasure & Equitation, Reining, Mounted Patrol Training Officer, Stable Management, Recreational Riding, Saddle Seat, Distance Riding, Riding to Hounds, and Side-Saddle.

ARIA is respected for its careful and thorough evaluation of each candidate for certification and nationally recognized for its high standards for certifying riding instructors and stable managers. Established in 1984, ARICP Certification is for the serious, above-average instructor who teaches safely and in a professional, competent manner, with high standards of honesty and integrity. Major insurance companies recognize ARIA Certification, and offer those instructors a substantial discount on their insurance needs.

The cost for a one-day Test Center is $595. To register for this Test Center or to view the most current dates and locations of the Test Centers for 2008, go to http://www.riding-instructor.com. Registration requested 30 days prior to Test Center.

About ARIA

The American Riding Instructors Association (ARIA) was established in 1984 to help promote safe, knowledgeable riding instruction. ARIA's official quarterly magazine, Riding Instructor, keeps its member instructors well informed of matters pertaining to their profession. For membership information, visit http://www.riding-instructor.com.

 

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