Diane Rodich Sales & Training

Equine Services

INSTRUCTION/LESSONS
Diane Rodich is available to give lessons and clinics. She is a Certified Instructor with the United States Dressage Federation and the American Riding Instructor Association. She has trained with various international riders, including Betsy Steiner and Ashley Holzer. In 2006, she took several horses to Germany and trained with Olympic coach Conrad Schumacher. She employs a classical system benefiting a variety of horses and riders of all levels. Diane enjoys teaching and is rewarded by helping people learn how to communicate and ride more effectively with their horses. She is willing to travel to students and may be scheduled for clinics, with advance notice.

TRAINING
Diane offers training programs for a limited number of horses and students. Training programs vary depending on the horse and student's goals. Should you choose to place your horse in Diane’s care, she will attend to every aspect, as well as schooling. If you prefer to be more involved, she will work out a schedule to suit each horse & rider's needs, based on their goals.

INVESTMENT
Top Class Dressage has investment opportunities for those wishing to be involved in the business aspect of dressage horses.

CONSIGNMENT
Top Class Dressage offers consignment for those interested in selling their dressage horse. This provides all benefits of a full training program, as well extensive quality marketing and representation of your horse. We handle all aspects of your horse's care and training, as well as sale details. Diane will communicate regularly with you, the seller, regarding your horse's status. She is, however, selective; only those horses she believes can sell will be accepted.

DIANE TRAINING VIDEOS
Below are several video's demonstrating Diane's riding and training technique. The first video shows Diane on her horse Widdy, schooling tempi changes. The second video shows Diane being coached by Olympian Heather Blitz, and the third video shows Diane being coached by international competitor and trainer Betsy Steiner.