Redha Gharsa Clinic March 10 + 11
Sound Lane Dressage is pleased to announce a REDHA GHARSA CLINIC here at Sound Lane Dressage.
March 10 + 11, 2018. START TIME WILL BE ANNOUNCED LATER
Rheda and our co-owner/trainer Amanda Rossiter are good friends who were Co-Head Trainers of
The World Famous Lipizzaner Stallions Show years ago.
If interested in taking the clinic or for more information, call Amanda Rossiter 407 506 9631 or
With over 30 years of professional experience, Redha Gharsa is a respected horse trainer, dedicated instructor and passionate horseman. He earned his second and highest equestrian degree certification in Algeria before competing internationally for the National Show Jumping Team. After winning top honors at several Grand Prix events, Redha moved to the US to continue his professional equestrian career.
Redha’s expertise followed him into headlining the World Famous Lipizzaner Stallion Show. For the next 10 years, Redha trained horses and riders to preform dressage acts and airs above the ground maneuvers for large audiences across the US, Canada and the UK. During this time, Redha worked with Olympian Michael Poulin in Florida and Andreas from the Spanish Riding School in Vienna, Austria.
In 2007, Redha became the Head Trainer and Stable Department Manager for Medieval Times in Buena Park, CA. He was responsible for the care and training of 30 horses. He continued to develop young Andalusians through the FEI and Alta Escuela levels as well as the overseeing the training of the show’s athletic Thoroughbreds and Quarter Horses. Redha is also well versed in long lining, liberty and trick training that has captivated audiences everyday during the Medieval TImes shows. Redha also participated in the annual Rose Parade and several La s Vegas exhibitions with the company.
Outside of shows, Redha continues to help numerous fellow professionals, adult amateurs and young riders through his unique and thorough teaching methods. Redha is now located in Maryland and available for clinics throughout the US. Please visit pillarsequestrian.com for more information on his services.