Michael Tokaruk is tentatively scheduled to be in Draper’s booth during his visit to the World Equestrian Games to give a presentation on Presentation on the Approach to Winning in the Hunter/Jumper Ring.
Michael began riding at the age of twelve in his native Canada. During his early years he took several working student positions under Wayne McClellan, Robert Meilsoe, Ken Berkley and Gary Zook. He was also fortunate enough to work extensively with many renowned trainers including Scott Stewart, Missy Clark, Bob Braswell, and Anne Kursinski. Michael’s junior career was highlighted with equitation wins at Devon and Palm Beach. Michael ended his equitation career by earning ribbons in the USET, CET, and AHSA National Medal Finals. He has trained students to victories at the biggest shows in the nation. He is dedicated to giving back to the equine industry by serving on several national and regional committees and is a highly sought-after clinician. He looks forward to representing his home country of Canada in international competition during the years to come.
To read more about Michael Tokaruk, including his most recent win during the Grand Prix at the Aiken Fall Shows, please visit this website.
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