The Drille Divas are a group of equestrians, led by instructor, Sherie Levine, aka "Diva  Master."  Her vision is to give equestrians a creative, team-oriented outlet that emphasizes a supportive, empowering environment with a flare for fun and camaraderie. It is an invitation for riders who love horses, to share their passion. 

 

The group started in 2005 and was designed to enhance the experience for Sherie's students, to couple instruction with a low stress, engaging atmosphere.  Besides learning to "dance with horses," riders were able to  overcome issues and insecurities while riding. The lessons also helped nervous horses work together.

 

By learning some basic quadrille moves, the riders concentrated on a variety of elements besides themselves and their horses. Their progress was amazing and interest grew tremendously.  In May 2008, Sherie hosted her third "Diva Day" for close to 20 women and their equine partners to experience the art and "thrill of drille." Diva Day brings together riders of all levels and disciplines to experience the art quadrille in a supportive and engaging environment. 

 

Riders learned basic drille routines, and then divided into groups based on rider levels and equine compatibility. The teams showcased their routines to music, and were treated to fabulous food, massage, and pampering.  Participation and interest has grown so much that Sherie has three regular teams working together, building  friendships, and learning the art of "dancing with horses." They meet weekly for practice sessions  at the  International Equestrian Center in Ramona, California.   

The Drille Divas are a group of equestrians, led by instructor, Sherie Levine, aka "Diva Master." Her vision is to give equestrians a creative, team-oriented outlet that emphasizes a supportive, empowering environment with a flare for fun and camaraderie. It is an invitation for riders who love horses, to share their passion.

 

The group started in 2005 and was designed to enhance the experience for Sherie's students, to couple instruction with a low stress, engaging atmosphere. Besides learning to "dance with horses," riders were able to overcome issues and insecurities while riding. The lessons also helped nervous horses work together.

 

By learning some basic quadrille moves, the riders concentrated on a variety of elements besides themselves and their horses. Their progress was amazing and interest grew tremendously. In May 2008, Sherie hosted her third "Diva Day" for close to 20 women and their equine partners to experience the art and "thrill of drille." Diva Day brings together riders of all levels and disciplines to experience the art quadrille in a supportive and engaging environment.

 

Riders learned basic drille routines, and then divided into groups based on rider levels and equine compatibility. The teams showcased their routines to music, and were treated to fabulous food, massage, and pampering. Participation and interest has grown so much that Sherie has three regular teams working together, building friendships, and learning the art of "dancing with horses."