I’ve been asked several times over the years “How is this groundwork going to help me get smooth transitions, come straight to the jump, get my horse to be safe to ride on the trail, stop my horse from counter bending, get my horse to stand at the halt?”….the list goes on.
Because of this I have decided to make my first series of 4 horsemanship workshops all about answering these questions.
I’ve just returned from a 4 day clinic with Buck Brannaman and am grateful for the tools he gave me to pass on to you to help you learn and advance in your horsemanship skills. I’ve already started applying them to Rima and am very pleased with the results.
For these 4 classes you will need an appropriate rope halter and 12 foot lead. If you don’t understand what appropriate means please ask me and I will help you understand and acquire one. I would also like you to bring a flag if you have one. If you don’t have one you can still do some work but you will do better if you have the right tools.
As always I will ask you to commit to all 4 classes.
The classes will all be held on Sundays from 11am to 2pm. There will be limited stall space. Stalls are to left as found or you will be charged a fee of $20.00.
Costs for the series is $200.00 for all 4 classes. Class size will be limited to 6 which will enable me to give more individual guidance as needed.
Auditors fee is $10.00 per class. I strongly recommend people to come audit first if they are new to my work and wish to see what would be expected of them as a participant. Also auditing offers a wealth of knowledge for a very small amount. You will gain a new perspective on how to work with your horse safely and more effectively.
Workshop dates are Sept. 22nd and 29th & Oct. 6th and 13th.
You can register by e-mail via email@example.com or call me at 845-518-9376.
I look forward to hearing from you.