Ride With A Pro Clinics at Equine Affaire April 12-15, 2018 Ohio Expo Center; Columbus, OH

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1 Ride With A Pro Clinics at Equine Affaire April 12-15, 2018 Ohio Expo Center; Columbus, OH Many of the clinicians who will be featured at the 2018 Equine Affaire will be accepting horses and riders for some or all of their sessions. The following pages include a list of the clinic sessions for which riders may apply. Equine Affaire will accept completed applications for all of the sessions and then forward the applications to the clinicians or their designated representatives so that they may make their own selections. Once selections have been made, those applicants who are chosen will be notified by phone. Applicants who are not selected will receive notification by . All applications must be submitted to Equine Affaire. Please do not contact the clinicians directly. Applicants will be considered on a first-come, first-served basis. To ensure that you are considered for a clinic, your application must be received no later than February 20, Please send your application materials to: Beth Volpe, Equine Affaire, Inc., 2720 State Route 56 SW, London, Ohio to: or fax to: (740) If you have any questions, please contact Beth at (740) ext. 103 or What you need to know about applying for and riding in a clinic at Equine Affaire Clinics are designed to cater to a broad spectrum of horsemen and women. While clinicians are seeking riders with specific skills, others are seeking any riders interested in improving their general relationships with their horses. Each clinician has specific ideas about the horses and/or riders he/she would like to use to demonstrate a particular skill or training process. Do not hesitate to apply because you think that you might not be selected. You might be just what the clinician has in mind! If you are not selected as a participant, we encourage you to come and learn by attending the clinic as a spectator. 2. A fee is charged for each clinic. The clinic fee includes admission to Equine Affaire on the day of the clinic(s) for the rider/handler and 24 hours of stabling (either the night before or the night of the clinic(s)) for the horse. Participants in two-day clinics receive admission to Equine Affaire on both clinic days and 48 hours of stabling. Additional nights of stabling can be purchased for $40/night. Tack stalls may also be purchased. Earned nights of stabling may not be applied toward the purchase of a tack stall. Participants are responsible for bringing or purchasing their own feed and bedding. (Straw and shavings may be purchased on site.) Clinic fees of accepted clinic participants are non-refundable. Exhibitors already contracted to exhibit in the Breed Pavilion and/or Horse & Farm Exhibits may discount the total clinic fees by $50, but they will not receive complimentary admission or stabling. 3. Payment: Checks or credit cards (Visa, Mastercard, Discover) are accepted for payment of application fees. If submitting check(s), please send one check for each clinic to which you have applied. Credit card information is to be provided a credit card authorization form. A 2% processing fee will be added to all credit card charges. Checks and credit cards will be deposited/processed once the selected applicants have been notified of acceptance. Any checks unused will be voided. 4. To be considered to ride or drive in any of the clinics, you must submit a video with your completed application and clinic fee. This video must show you and your horse either in competition or in training as requested in the clinic descriptions. The clinician or his/her representative will use the video to evaluate you and your horse. All videos must be as a link to a YouTube video or standard DVD (one DVD per clinician). Videos should be brief (up to five minutes) and marked with your name and address. We are unable to guarantee that your submission will be returned to you. We recommend that you not submit footage that you must have back. 5. The clinics at Equine Affaire offer a unique and invaluable opportunity to ride with a pro. However, you should be aware that the clinics will be conducted in large arenas where there are likely to be large crowds in attendance. Opportunities to warm up in the actual clinic arenas may not be available. If you and/or your horse cannot function well in such an environment, we cannot encourage you to apply. Please apply only to the number of clinics you could reasonably participate in, if selected for all sessions to which you apply. 6. In the unlikely event that a clinician is unable to conduct his/her clinics as scheduled because of an unavoidable event (such as an illness, accident, flight cancellation, death in the family, etc.), Equine Affaire will make every effort to retain another clinician of similar caliber to conduct the clinics on the same topics as scheduled, and clinic riders will not be given any refund of clinic fees. If, for any reason, a suitable replacement cannot be retained and a clinic must be cancelled, clinic riders will be provided a refund of the fees they paid to participate in the cancelled clinic.

2 7. Health requirements: All horses brought to the Ohio Expo Center are expected to be free of illness and infectious disease. A veterinarian will be at the event and horse owners will be expected to present their papers upon check-in at the Barn Office. All horses transported to the show from outside the state of Ohio must be accompanied by: a negative test result for equine infectious anemia (Coggins Test) dated within twelve (12) months of April 15, All horses transported to the show from outside the state of Ohio must present a Certificate of Veterinary Inspection (health papers) dated within 30 days of the date of arrival at the event. All horses participating in clinics at the event must be sound. Horses which are or appear to be unsound may be dismissed from clinics at the discretion of the management of Equine Affaire and/or the clinician. There will be no refund of clinic fees Ride with the Best Clinic Sessions Colt Starting. Van Hargis Dressage Jan Ebeling Dressage Stephen Hayes Driving. Bob Giles Easy Gaited Horses.... Larry Whitesell Eventing... Lynn Symansky General Training and Horsemanship. Van Hargis General Training and Horsemanship.... Dan James General Training and Horsemanship..... Ken McNabb General Training and Horsemanship.. Warwick Schiller General Training and Horsemanship Stacy Westfall General Training and Horsemanship James Cooler General Training and Horsemanship.Tommie Turvey Western Horsemanship and Trail Nancy Cahill Hunter Pleasure and English Pleasure..... Liz Bentley Hunters/Jumpers Jeff Cook Hunter Under Saddle Keith Miller Miniature horses. Sandy Croote Mules and Donkeys.. Ty Evans Reining.Warwick Schiller Reining. Stacy Westfall Trail Riding.... Ken McNabb Versatility Ranch Horse..Van Hargis -2 of 10-

3 Ride with the Best Clinic Sessions The following list is in alphabetical order by the Clinician s Last Name: Liz Bentley on English and Hunter Pleasure With your application and clinic fee, please submit a description of your horse s training to date and why you would like your horse to be included in the clinic. Please include a brief, recent video of your horse schooling or competing. For more information about Ms. Bentley visit iibfarms.com. 1. FRI 4/13/18 2:30pm-3:45pm The Making of a Hunter Pleasure Horse from Start to Finish Ms. Bentley is seeking up to six horses and riders for this clinic. Horses and riders should have some show experience in hunter pleasure classes. Fee: $80 2. FRI 4/13/18 5:15pm-6:15pm Understanding the Differences between the Open and Amateur Hunter Pleasure Divisions and How to Excel in Each Ms. Bentley is seeking up to six horses and riders for this clinic. Horses and riders should have some show experience in hunter pleasure classes, ideally some riders in the open division and some riders from the amateur division. Fee: $80 Nancy Cahill on Western Horsemanship and Trail With your application and clinic fee, please submit a description of your horse s training to date and why you would like your horse to be included in this clinic. Please include a brief, recent video of your horse schooling or showing. For more information about Ms. Cahill, visit nancycahill.com. 1. FRI 4/13/18 1:15pm-2:30pm Drills for Improving Western Horsemanship Maneuvers: From Straight Lines, Circles and Sidepassing to Stopping and Backing Ms. Cahill will accept up to four horses and riders for this clinic. This session will focus on the maneuvers encountered in a horsemanship class, such as straight lines, circles, sidepassing, stopping and backing. Even if you don t show in horsemanship, these drills produce a horse that safely handles better in all directions. Ideal candidates are of an intermediate level with horses broke enough to handle a crowd but do not need to be finished horses. Fee: $85 2. FRI 4/13/18 5:30pm-6:30pm From Body Position to Mental Preparation: Navigating a Western Horsemanship Pattern Ms. Cahill will accept up to four horses and riders for this clinic. This session will show the rider how to go through a pattern correctly. The clinic will cover body position and how to mentally prepare for performing a pattern. Ideal candidates are of an intermediate level with experience showing in horsemanship classes. At a minimum rider must be able to ride with one hand (unless it s a Jr. horse) and have control. Fee: $85 3. SAT 4/14/18 2:45pm-4:00pm Starting Your Horse over Trail Poles: Introducing a Green Horse to Maneuvering over Poles & How to Navigate the Gate Ms. Cahill will accept up to four horses and riders for this clinic. This session will focus introducing a green horse to maneuvering over poles and how to navigate the gate. Ideal candidates are of an intermediate level, with varying experience going over poles (from no experience to showing in trail classes). Fee: $85 4. SAT 4/14/18 5:30pm-6:30pm Navigating the Trail Course: Learning a Trail Course, Preparing for Warmup, and How to Think Your Way through the Course Ms. Cahill will accept up to four horses and riders for this clinic. This session will focus on learning a trail course, preparing for warmup, and how to think your way through the course. Ideal candidates are of an intermediate level with trail class experience. Fee: $85-3 of 10-

4 Jeff Cook on Hunters & Jumpers With your application, please submit a video of your horse schooling or competing as well as a description of you and your horse s experience. For more information about Mr. Cook, visit jeffcookclinicsandtraining.com. 1. SAT 4/14/18 9:30am-11:00am Fundamentals for Improving Your Riding & Jumping: Exercises on the Flat & Over Fences to Make Your Riding, Jumping & Showing Safer and More Successful Mr. Cook is seeking up to five horses and riders for this clinic. Horses and riders should be confident and capable of jumping at least a 2 6 jump course. Exact fence heights to be determined based on ability. Fee: $ SAT 4/14/18 1:00pm-2:30pm Correct Equitation and Why It Matters: The Importance of a Correct Jumping Position in Daily Riding & Competition Mr. Cook is seeking up to five horses and riders for this clinic. Horses and riders should be capable of jumping a more technical jump course. Fence heights to be determined based on ability. Fee: $ SUN 4/15/18 9:30am-11:00pm Exercises for Show Jumping Courses: Emphasizing Rideability for the Technical Aspects of Today s Modern Courses Mr. Cook is seeking up to five horses and riders for this clinic. Horses and riders should be capable of navigating show jumping courses and exercises, bending lines, roll backs, etc. Fence heights to be determined based on ability. Fee: $ SUN 4/15/18 3:00pm-4:30pm Competition Tips for the Equitation and Jumper Divisions: Emphasizing Course Work & Ideas to Help Your Win! Mr. Cook is seeking up to five horse and riders to participate in this clinic. Horses and riders should be capable of jumping a more technical jump course. Fence heights to be determined based on ability. Fee: $105 James Cooler on General Training and Behavior With your application and clinic fee, please submit a description of your horse s training to date and why you would like your horse to be included in the clinic. Please include a brief, recent video of your horse schooling or competing. For more information about Mr. Cooler visit coolerhorsemanship.com. 3. SAT 4/14/18 5:30pm-6:30pm Using ATRUM - Attention, Trust, Respect, Understanding and Motivation to Break Your Horse Training into Manageable Lessons and Achievable Goals Mr. Cooler is seeking up to four horses and riders for this session. Ideal candidates will be interested in improving their relationship with their horse based on the ATRUM philosophy. Fee: $80 4. SUN 4/15/18 9:30am-10:30am Blending Horse Psychology with Advanced Riding Techniques Mr. Cooler is seeking up to four horses and riders for this session. Ideal candidates will be interested in improving their relationship with their horse based on the ATRUM philosophy. Fee: $80 Sandy Croote on Miniature Horses With your application and clinic fee, please submit a video of your horse as well as a description of your miniature horse s experience and why you would like to be considered for Ms. Croote s clinic(s). For more information about Ms. Croote, visit dueprocessstable.org. 1. SAT 4/14/17 9:45am-11:00am Simple In-Hand Basics to Bombproof Your Miniature Driving Horse Ms. Croote is seeking approximately six miniature horses and their handlers. Horses and handlers can be of any experience level, but preference will be given to the intermediate level. Fee: $85 2. SAT 4/14/18 1:45pm-2:45pm Training to Bring out the Best in Your Miniature Horse for Show or Fun Ms. Croote is seeking approximately six miniature horses and their handlers from a variety of miniature horse-related disciplines, including showmanship, in-hand obstacles, hunter/jumper, and driving. Horses and handlers can be of any level, but preference will be given to the intermediate level. Fee: $80-4 of 10-

5 Jan Ebeling on Dressage With your application and clinic fee, please submit a video of you and your horse schooling or completing as well as a description of your horse s experience. For more information about Mr. Ebeling, visit theacres.com. 1. SAT 4/14/18 11:15am-12:45pm Designing a Dressage Training Session Following the Training Pyramid Mr. Ebeling is seeking two riders for this session. Horses and riders should be at a minimum of Second Level through Grand Prix. Fee: $ SAT 4/14/18 5:00pm-6:15pm How Correct Dressage Aids Work and What to Do If Everything Goes Wrong Mr. Ebeling is seeking two riders for this session. Horses and riders should be at a minimum of Second Level through Grand Prix. Fee: $ FRI 4/13/18 11:15am-12:45pm Working Through Training Problems Using Classical Aids: Exercises that Help Improve the Dressage Horse s Rideability Mr. Ebeling is seeking two riders for this session. Horses and riders should be at a minimum of Second Level through Grand Prix. Fee: $ FRI 4/13/18 5:00pm-6:15pm Exercises for Maximizing the Average Dressage Horse s Potential Mr. Ebeling is seeking two riders for this session. Horses and riders should be at a minimum of Second Level through Grand Prix. Fee: $100 Ty Evans on Mules and Donkeys With your application, please submit a video of your mule or donkey as well as a description of your mule or donkey s training experience and why you would like to be considered for Mr. Evans clinics. For more information about Mr. Evans, visit tsmules.com. 1. THU 4/12/18 12:30pm-1:45pm Groundwork for Mules: Basics that Every Mule or Horse and Its Owner Should Know Mr. Evans is seeking up to four mules and their handlers of any experience level or level of training for this clinic. This clinic will utilize foundation training, which will help riders better communicate with their mules. Fee: $80 2. FRI 4/13/18 12:00pm-1:15pm Mulemanship in the Saddle: Helping Your Mule become a Soft, Supple and Willing Companion Mr. Evans is seeking up to four mules and their handlers of any experience level for this clinic. This clinic will be mounted. Mules/donkeys should be at least intermediate level. Fee: $80 Bob Giles on Driving With your application and clinic fee, please submit a video of you and your horse schooling or competing. Please include a brief description of you and your horse s background as well as any show experience (if applicable). 1. SAT 4/14/18 12:30pm-1:30pm Use of the Whip as a Carriage Driving Aid: Helping the Horse Move Correctly & Removing Pressure from the Horse s Mouth Mr. Giles is seeking several horses and drivers for this session. At least intermediate experience preferred in any driving discipline. Fee: $80 2. SUN 4/15/18 11:00am-12:30pm Hitching Multiples: Procedures for Safely Hitching and Driving Single, Tandem, Pair, Unicorn and 4-Up Configurations Mr. Giles is seeking several horses and drivers for this session. At least intermediate experience preferred in any driving discipline. Ideally looking for a variety of different hitch configurations including single, tandem, pairm, unicorn and 4-up. Fee: $80 Additional Bob Giles clinics continue on next page. -5 of 10-

6 Bob Giles on Driving (continued) 3. SUN 4/09/17 2:45pm-4:00pm Driving the Dressage Test: Understanding the Precision Needed & How to Achieve It Mr. Giles is seeking several horses and drivers for this session. At least intermediate experience preferred in combined driving. Fee: $80 Van Hargis on Colt Starting, General Training, and Versatility Ranch Horse With your application, please submit a video of your horse schooling and/or competing as well as a written description of your horse s experience. For more information about Mr. Hargis, visit vanhargis.com. 1. THU 4/12/18 2:00pm-3:15pm The Versatile Ranch Horse: Training Your Horse to Overcome Trail Obstacles on the Ranch Mr. Hargis is seeking up to six horses and riders of any discipline for this clinic. Participants should be comfortable and in control at the walk, trot, and canter and interested in teaching their horse to willingly tackle a variety of trail obstacles. Fee: $90 2. FRI 4/13/18 9:30am-10:45am Basic Posture Be a Rider Instead of a Passenger: Where to Place Your Hands, Feet, and Seat for Proper Posture and Its Effect on Your Health & Your Horse Mr. Hargis is seeking up to six horses and riders of any discipline for this clinic. Participants should be comfortable and in control at the walk, trot, and canter. Fee: $90 3. SAT 4/14/18 5:00pm-6:15pm Addressing Any Problem by Reducing to the Ridiculous: Using a Step-by- Step Approach for Overcoming Adversity Such as Head Shyness, Ear Shyness, Fear of Water, Etc. Mr. Hargis is seeking up to four horses and riders, with horses having some behavioral challenge(s) on the ground and/or under saddle. Fee: $90 4. SAT 4/14/18 12:15pm-1:30pm Starting on the Trail to Success: A Colt s First Time Under Saddle SUN 4/15/18 9:30am-10:45am Starting on the Trail to Success: A Colt s First Time Under Saddle Continued Mr. Hargis is seeking one horse that is at least two years old and halter-broke only for this two-part clinic. When applying, please submit a description of your horse s training to date and why you would like your horse to be included in this clinic, as well as a brief, recent video of your horse in hand. Fee: $200 Stephen Hayes on Dressage With your application and clinic fee, please submit a video of you and your horse schooling or completing as well as a description of your horse s experience. For more information about Mr. Hayes, visit stephenhayesdressage.com. 1. THU 4/12/18 11:30am-1:00pm The Difference between Training and Competition Riding in Dressage Mr. Hayes is seeking up to three horses and riders for this session. Horses and riders should be at a minimum of First Level up to Grand Prix. Ideally, he d like riders/horses of various levels. Riders will rotate through the session and will not ride the entire 90-minutes. Fee: $95 2. THU 4/12/18 5:00pm-6:15pm The Dressage Rider s Three Biggest Responsibilities as It Relates to Their Horse Mr. Hayes is seeking up to three horses and riders for this session. Horses and riders should be at a minimum of First Level up to Grand Prix. Ideally, he d like riders/horses of various levels. Fee: $95-6 of 10-

7 Dan James on General Training and Horsemanship With your application and clinic fee, please submit a description of your horse s training to date and why you would like your horse to be included in the clinic. Please include a brief, recent video of your horse schooling or competing. For more information about Mr. James visit doubledanhorsemanship.com. 1. THU 4/12/18 1:30pm-3:00pm Introducing the Young Horse to the Bridle 2. SUN 4/15/18 1:00pm-2:30pm Teaching Your Horse to Work in a Snaffle Bridle Mr. James is seeking up to two horses and handlers for this two-part clinic. These two sessions will focus on introducing young horses to the bridle and their early education, helping the horse to learn to guide willingly and obediently. Ideal horses will be those who have never had a bit in their mouth, but have had their teeth done. No gaited horses. Fee: $ FRI 4/13/18 1:30pm-3:00pm Introduction to Liberty Work: Starting the Liberty Horse from the Ground 4. SAT 4/14/18 3:00pm-4:30pm Introduction to Liberty: Lesson 2 Mr. James is seeking up to three horses and handlers for this two-part clinic. This session will focus on introducing the horse to liberty work. All breeds and disciplines are welcome to apply. Fee: $ FRI 4/13/18 3:15pm-5:00pm Leads & Lead Changes: Developing the Lead Departure and the Change Mr. James is seeking up to three horses and riders to participate in this session. Ideal candidates will be either working towards performing flying changes with their horse or have established flying changes, but need to work through any issues with them. All breeds and disciplines are welcome to apply. Fee: $85 Ken McNabb on General Training and Horsemanship With your application and clinic fee, please submit a description of your horse s training to date and why you would like your horse to be included in the clinic. Please include a brief, recent video of your horse schooling or competing. For more information about Mr. McNabb visit kenmcnabb.com. 1. THU 4/12/18 3:00pm-4:30pm Taking the Mystery out of Lead Changes Mr. McNabb is seeking up to four horses and riders for this clinic. Horses should be ready to start lead changes and/or have issues related to lead changes. The clinic will focus on steps to teach your horse correct, clean lead changes. Fee: $95 2. FRI 4/13/18 5:15pm-6:15pm Going One Handed: Teaching the Neck Rein and Bringing Your Horse to a Higher Level of Finish Mr. McNabb is seeking up to three horse and rider participants for this clinic. Participants should be competent at walk, trot, and lope and ready to transition to riding one handed. Fee: $ SAT 4/14/18 11:15am-12:45pm How to Fix Jigging Problems with Ease: Curing One of the Biggest Problems Trail Riders Face Mr. McNabb is seeking one horse, which he will ride during this session. Horse should tend to jig and/or be nervous on the trail. Fee: $ SUN 4/15/18 12:45pm-2:15pm Whoa Means Whoa: Creating a Consistent Stop No Matter What Mr. McNabb is seeking up to four horses and riders of any discipline and experience level for this clinic. The session will focus on aids, exercises, and training techniques to improve your horse s stop from any gait. Fee: $95-7 of 10-

8 Keith Miller on Hunter Under Saddle With your application and clinic fee, please submit a video of you and your horse schooling or completing as well as a description of your horse s experience. For more information about Mr. Miller, visit millerquarterhorses.net. 1. SAT 4/14/18 4:15pm-5:15pm How to Best Showcase Your Hunter Under Saddle Horse: Setting Yourself Apart from the Competition and Gaining a Competitive Edge Mr. Miller is seeking up to five horses and riders for this session. Ideal candidates are intermediate to advanced level. Stock breeds (quarter horse, paint, Appaloosa) preferred. Fee: $85 2. SUN 4/15/18 10:45am-12:15pm Common Mistakes in Showing Hunter Under Saddle Horses: Common Misconception about What Judges are Looking for in Today s Hunter Under Saddle Classes Mr. Miller is seeking up to four horses and riders for this session. Ideal candidates are intermediate to advanced level. Stock breeds (quarter horse, paint, Appaloosa) preferred. Fee: $85 3. SUN 4/15/18 2:15pm-3:15pm Showing the Hunter Under Saddle to the Best of Its Ability: Highlighting the Horse s Strengths & Hiding the Weaknesses Mr. Miller is seeking up to five horses and riders for this session. Ideal candidates are intermediate to advanced level. Stock breeds (quarter horse, paint, Appaloosa) preferred. Fee: $85 Warwick Schiller on General Training and Reining With your application and clinic fee, please submit a description of your horse s training to date and why you would like your horse to be included in the clinic. Please include a brief, recent video of your horse schooling or competing. For more information about Mr. Schiller visit warwickschiller.com. 1. THU 4/12/18 9:45am-11:15am The One Thing that Will Change Your Relationship with Your Horse Mr. Schiller will accept one horse for this session. This session will focus on the steps for improving your relationship with your horse. Ideal candidate is a horse that is anxious on the ground. All experience levels and all breeds are welcome to apply. Fee: $95 2. THU 4/12/18 4:45pm-6:15pm Improving Your Reining by Making the Wrong Thing Hard and the Right Thing Easy Mr. Schiller will accept one horse and rider for this session. This clinic will focus on fine tuning the reining horse to your aids. The ideal candidate will have reining show experience. Fee: $95 3. FRI 4/13/18 9:30am-10:45am The Principles of Training: How to Teach Your Horse Absolutely Anything Mr. Schiller will accept one horse and rider for this session. This session will focus on setting you and your horse up for success. All experience levels, breeds and disciplines are welcome to apply. Horse can have some issues, which may be addressed in the clinic. Fee: $95 4. SAT 4/14/18 3:15pm-4:30pm The Three Basic Under Saddle Moves that are the Basis for Everything Else Mr. Schiller will accept one horse and rider for this session. This session will focus on setting you and your horse up for success. All experience levels are welcome to apply. Ideal candidates will have jumper, dressage or eventing background. Horse can have some issues, which may be addressed in the clinic. Fee: $95 Lynn Symansky on Eventing With your application, please submit a video of your horse schooling or competing as well as a description of you and your horse s experience and, if applicable, show record. For more information about Ms. Symansky, visit symanskyequestrian.com. 1. THU 4/12/18 9:45am-11:15am Preparation for Jumping: Improving Your Horse s Strength & Rideability Using Exercises over Rails and Gymnastics to Prepare for Coursework Ms. Symansky is seeking up to six horses and riders to participate in this clinic. Participants should be competing at least Novice level eventing. Fee: $105 Additional Lynn Symansky clinics continue next page. -8 of 10-

9 Lynn Symansky on Eventing (continued) 2. THU 4/12/18 1:15pm-2:45pm Adjustability over Fences: How to Lengthen & Shorten Your Horse s Step Ms. Symansky is seeking up to six horses and riders to participate in this clinic. Participants should be capable of jumping at least 3. Ms. Symansky would like to have a variety of horses with varying stride lengths. Fee: $ FRI 4/13/18 9:30am-11:00am Cross Country Preparation: Moving Up the Levels Ms. Symansky is seeking up to six horses and riders to participate in this clinic. This session will focus on exercises to prepare you and your horse for cross country and how to incorporate combinations, related lines, angles, and skinnies into routine exercises at home at all levels of the horse s education. Participants can be a various ability levels from Novice to Preliminary. Fee: $ FRI 4/13/18 2:00pm-3:30pm The Great Debate: Riding the Canter Versus Finding the Distance Ms. Symansky is seeking up to six horses and riders to participate in this clinic. Participants should have experience jumping 3. This session will emphasize the rider s responsibilities, how a quality canter can help create a good distance, and how to develop consistent straightness, pace, rhythm and balance through warm up exercises and then carry these elements over to your coursework. Fee: $105 Tommie Turvey on General Training With your application and clinic fee, please submit a video of your horse as well as a description of your horse s experience and why you would like to be considered. For more about Mr. Turvey, visit tommieturvey.com. 1. SAT 4/14/18 11:00am-12:15pm Catching the Hard-to- Catch Horse: Turning Your Flight Animal into a Willing Participant Mr. Turvey is seeking one horse to participate in this session. Horse should be hard to catch when loose. All breeds considered. Fee: $90 Stacy Westfall on General Training and Reining With your application and clinic fee, please submit a video of your horse as well as a description of your horse s experience and why you would like to be considered. For more about Ms. Westfall, visit westfallhorsemanship.com. 2. FRI 4/13/18 1:15pm-2:45pm Teaching the Sliding Stop from Beginning to Bridleless Ms. Westfall is seeking one adult rider and horse to participate in this session. Horse could be a contest horse or trail horse that has basics but needs to improve its stopping. Horse and rider will be used during a portion of the clinic, but not the entire clinic. Fee: $80 3. SAT 4/14/18 9:30am-10:45am Improving Your Steering Two-Handed or One-Handed: Exercises for Making Your Steering Smooth and Consistent Ms. Westfall is seeking one adult rider and horse to participate in this session. Horse should be able to remain calm during the clinic, but might toss its head, resist steering, almost neck rein but not quite, etc. Horse and rider will be used during a portion of the clinic, not the entire clinic. Fee: $80 Larry Whitesell on Easy Gaited Horses With your application and clinic fee, please submit a video of your horse as well as a description of your horse s experience and why you would like to be considered for Mr. Whitesell s clinic(s). For more information about Mr. Whitesell visit whitesellgaitedhorsemanship.com. 1. SAT 4/14/18 9:30am-11:00am Easy Gaited: Teaching the Horse to be Light in the Bridle & Start Collection and Hind End Engagement Mr. Whitesell is seeking up to three easy gaited horses and riders to participate in this clinic. Participants should be of intermediate experience level or above. Fee: $85 Additional Larry Whitesell clinics continue next page. -9 of 10-

10 Larry Whitesell on Easy Gaited Horses (continued) 2. SAT 4/14/18 1:30pm-2:30pm Trail Riding to Improve Gait: Exercises You Can Do with Your Easy Gaited Horse on the Trail to Make the Horse Safer & Gait Better Mr. Whitesell is seeking up to three easy gaited horses and riders to participate in this clinic. Participants should be of intermediate experience level or above. Fee: $85 3. SUN 4/15/18 12:45pm-2:15pm Addressing & Correcting Common Gaiting Problems in Easy Gaited Horses Mr. Whitesell is seeking up to three easy gaited horses and riders to participate in this clinic. Participants should be of intermediate experience level or above. Fee: $85-10 of 10-

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