Calendar of NW Clinics and Workshops
Carson James Horsemanship Clinic 8:30 am
Carson James Horsemanship Clinic @ Oregon Trail Ranch
Aug 11 @ 8:30 am – Aug 12 @ 5:00 pm
Get quality instruction over 2 days and expect an encouraging environment where you are considered important. You will learn to communicate effectively with your horse and will see improvement in your horse’s attitude and abilities.[...]
PNW Masterclass: The Exceptional Teacher Through the Levels
PNW Masterclass: The Exceptional Teacher Through the Levels @ Summervale Farm
Aug 11 all-day
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Foundation Horsemanship with Evan Bonner 9:00 am
Dressage Camp for Kids – Intro and Training Level 9:30 am
Dressage Camp for Kids – Intro and Training Level @ Back Forte Equestrian Center
Aug 20 @ 9:30 am – Aug 22 @ 1:30 pm
Aug 20-22nd. 9:30am to 1:30pm Each Day This is an an INTRO Level and Young Rider camp! Have you never shown dressage? No? Perfect! We can teach you how do do intro and training level[...]
10am warm up in the arena on the ground, go over basic ground games.
11am load horses up and head to the beach (might be several trips depending on the amount of horses) Please RVSP if you need your horse trailered by Nansea Stables
12pm -2pm Be on the beach, ground games for the ocean, ocean riding, river crossing if we are able to.
2pm – head back to Nansea stables/home
Aug 20-22nd. 9:30am to 1:30pm Each Day
This is an an INTRO Level and Young Rider camp! Have you never shown dressage? No? Perfect! We can teach you how do do intro and training level tests! Have you done them and would like to improve your scores? We can give you instruction that will really sink in and help long-term! Maybe you might not ever want to show dressage but would still like your youth rider getting experience and confidence riding their horse and being able to walk, trot and canter a round circle and straight lines? All of these reasons means this is the camp for you! We have availability on our horses for riders who are at least good independent trotters. Have your own horse? You may haul them in! Please contact Leslie to sign up! 253-802-2342. Located in Enumclaw, WA at The Back Forte Equestrian Center.
Intro and Training Level DRESSAGE CAMP For Riders 8 and Above – August 13th to 15th 2018! At The Back Forte Equestrian Center in Enumclaw, WA. Taught by me, Leslie Cook. 9:30am to 1:30pm – Lunches Provided – $400
Also Western Dressage Intro and Basic! Attendees must be independent walk trotters to attend! Our horses or yours. (I have 5 available to use – $50 to “lease” the horse for camp)
Learn 20 meter circles until they are ingrained in the brain! Lol. They’ll be seeing 20 meter circles like they would see stars in their eyes. We will go through each mechanic of the Intro and Training Level Tests and how to score better on each of them. Free Walks, Working Walk, Working Trots, Centerlines, Halts, Getting deep in those corners! Inside bend until the cows come home. Working Canter, Transitions Transitions Transitions! BRAIDING the mane and forelock. Practice on having clean horses and clean tack! Parents may come the last day and watch them perform their memorized dressage test(s). Your student will have the confidence and skills to do very well showing Intro and Training Level Dressage! I LOVE helping a youth rider excel and build their confidence in themselves.
Join us for three days of education and fun!
Farriers, veterinarians, and horse owners are welcome.
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Photos from last years conference.
These are Foundation clinics but perfect if you need assistance getting through any issues, starting a young one or even just picking up a few new tools. There is always something more to learn.
Please contact Nikki if you have any questions or would like to sign up.
Join the nation’s most diverse group of horse oriented youth leaders, representing breed associations, equine sports organizations, cooperative extensions, universities, and more. Learn and share about what is happening in the youth equine industry through workshops, discussions, live horse demonstrations and networking. The non-breed / discipline specific curriculum throughout the symposium offers equine knowledge that transfers from the book to the barn, providing take-home tools to teach youth about safe and effective horsemanship. Above all, the Symposium will connect you with resources, referrals, and networking to help kids connect through horses.