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This profile was last updated on 12/19/14  and contains information from public web pages.

Tremaine Cooper

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Intermediate Level Course Designe...

Phone: (802) ***-****  HQ Phone
Green Mountain Horse Association Inc
5491 South Road
South Woodstock , Vermont 05071
United States

Company Description: The Green Mountain Horse Association is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization currently active in a variety of equine activities. GMHA was founded in 1926 when a small...   more
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Employment History

  • Course Designers and Builders Committee
    Eventing

Board Memberships and Affiliations

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Cross-Country Course | The Green Mountain Horse Association, Inc.
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Tremaine Cooper is our Intermediate level Course Designer for the Festival of Eventing, held in early August. Cooper, from Bluemont, VA, is an FEI internationally licensed designer as well as a USEF course inspector.
Tremaine Cooper is our ...
gmhainc.org [cached]
Tremaine Cooper is our Intermediate level Course Designer for the Festival of Eventing, held in early August. Cooper, from Bluemont, VA, is an FEI internationally licensed designer as well as a USEF course inspector.
Tremaine Cooper is our ...
www.gmhainc.org [cached]
Tremaine Cooper is our Intermediate level Course Designer for the Festival of Eventing, held in early August. Cooper, from Bluemont, VA, is an FEI internationally licensed designer as well as a USEF course inspector.
USEA, Area Contacts | United States Eventing Association, Inc. - US National Combined Training, Horse Trials: Dressage, Cross Country, Show Jumping
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Tremaine Cooper Board of Governors Area Representatives (540) 554- 2303 ccdcooper@aol.com
"This is the first I've heard ...
www.chronofhorse.com [cached]
"This is the first I've heard of it, and I may change my mind later, but my first reaction was that it was lowering the standard to meet the level of riding," said Tremaine Cooper, who co-chairs the Course Designers Committee. "I still see a lot of training courses where there isn't anything very big for training. If you spend enough time at training level and don't ride all the easy trainings, but do a couple training courses that are up to standard, you should then be able to move on to prelim. You are seeing chevrons, maybe they're eight feet wide, but they're chevrons. You're seeing slightly offset things."
Cooper said the sport has gotten tougher in the last 20 years, and because preliminary is harder now, it's appropriate to start asking more technical questions, in a forgiving way, at training.
"A lot of times people will want to do the bare minimum at the level," he said.
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