Calendar of NW Clinics and Workshops
Ricky Quinn Spring Clinic
Jen Verharen Cadence Coaching Workshop 5:30 pm
Jen Verharen Cadence Coaching Workshop @ Skagit Bay Ranch, LLC
Jun 4 @ 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm
The WCDEA is thrilled to host Jen Verharen for a an evening that will be packed with inspiration and action. Jen is the brilliant heart and mind behind Cadence Coaching, a life coaching program tailored[...]
Les Vogt Horsemanship Clinic 8:00 am
Les Vogt Horsemanship Clinic @ Creston Equine Center
Jun 9 @ 8:00 am – Jun 10 @ 5:00 pm
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Craig Johnson Clinic
Julie Winkel Clinic
Building an Arena Workshop & Farm Tour 9:00 am
TR Mountain Trail Obstacle Clinic 10:00 am
TR Mountain Trail Obstacle Clinic @ High Point Equestrian Center
Jun 9 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
This clinic is designed to train your horse to navigate obstacles safely and confidently that you may encounter on the trail. Also to prepare for trail competitions. Leg boots are recommended for your horse and[...]
DONOHUE HORSEMANSHIP FOUNDATION CLINIC 9:00 am
DONOHUE HORSEMANSHIP FOUNDATION CLINIC @ COWLITZ COUNTY EVENT CENTER
Jun 16 @ 9:00 am – Jun 17 @ 4:30 pm
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[...]
Michael Sparling Horsemanship Clinic
Michael Sparling Horsemanship Clinic @ Ride-N-Shine Farm
Jun 23 – Jun 24 all-day
Michael Sparling returns to the Pacific Northwest for our summer series at “Ride N Shine Farm”. Clinic offers a small group environment with lots of one on one with Michael. Refine your groundwork skills, work[...]
Beginner Horseback Archery Clinc 10:00 am
Michael Sparling returns to the Pacific Northwest for our summer series at “Ride N Shine Farm”.
Clinic offers a small group environment with lots of one on one with Michael. Refine your groundwork skills, work out any issues you may be experiencing, or maybe its just introducing your horse to a new environment.
We welcome all disciplines and you can be guaranteed to always take away something to add to your horsemanship tool bag.
Sat, June 23rd 2018 9:00 AM Sun, June 24th 2018 4:30 PM
FOUNDATION HORSEMANSHIP 9am – 12pm
*Groundwork- Gain respect, create balance, and develop refinement
* Round Pen Work
* Flag and Rope Work
LUNCH 12pm – 1:30pm
ADVANCING HORSEMANSHIP 1:30pm – 4:30pm |
* In the saddle- learn the fundamentals as well as how to develop and execute them with a high degree of accuracy
* Learn how to create a horse that is calm, balanced, light, and responsive under saddle
👉🏼 OPTIONAL 3rd Day AH (ask for details)
Clinic Participant Fee: 1 session $115 per class / $215 full day
Discounts for participating in multiple classes
Haul In: $15 per day
Auditor Fee: $20.00/day
Stall Fee: $25.00/night (includes shavings)
Contact Clinic Host Olympia Granger to reserve spot 206-498-6939 / email@example.com
Registration is up for the June 29-July 1 clinic at The Flying Duchess Ranch! There are currently no more lesson horses available. If you are unable to bring your own horse, you can sign up for the archery portion only.
In order to hold a position in this clinic you must fill out registration and complete payment.
This will be a three day clinic geared mostly towards beginners, but intermediates are welcome. All clinics are different and vary depending on what the group wants to work on. We do many different things from ground archery drills, riding drills, horseback archery, liberty work (with horses), ground archery battles (with padded arrows), Mogu, medieval gaming, trail riding, and even sometimes bareback rides to go swimming with our horses in the river. Expect three full days of intensive training and fun!
I am very excited to begin teaching again and have a lot of new ideas for these three day clinics!
$300 for three days of training with your own horse ($100 a day)
$50 a day if you are only doing ground archery portion.
$20 a day to audit.
$20 a day equipment rental.
$5 a night camping fee
$10 a night horse pen fee
Clinic limited to 10 riders, but will take up to 6 ground archers.
For this event I will not be providing lunches like in the past but people are welcome to use my kitchen, and we could also do potluck style meals for those staying on the property.
Clinic begins around 10am each day, lunch around 1-2, and around 5. First portion of the day is ground archery, second horseback archery.
Obstacle training develops calmness, balance, responsiveness to aides, and trust between horse and rider, using objects and terrain found/encountered on the trail and in the “real world”. It carries over to any type of riding in all disciplines, and is beneficial for horses and riders at any age and stage of training.
The event will take place in the rodeo arena on the fair grounds. This is a Three day event that will have world renowned horseman Buck Brannaman riding his own horses in the vaquero style of horsemanship. Riders of different skill levels will be working with there own horses. Buck will be helping each student to advance there skills.
For auditors: Three days of high level teaching from world renowned horseman Buck Brannaman. Buck will be riding his horses that are at different levels in their schooling. Spectators will have the chance to ask questions from the stands during the clinic. All are welcome with a $30 DOLLAR DAILY ADMISSION PAYABLE AT THE GATE.
We are excited to welcome Patience back for another clinic. She is a USDF bronze, silver, and gold medalist and has a great eye for identifying issues and giving you the tools needed to improve. Ride spots available.
Red Dragon Farm will be hosting its first clinic at the end of July. Lucia Clemetson will be here for horsemanship sessions.
This is a great opportunity to establish or improve your ground work and nix other bad habits with a new/young horse or work on stuff with your established Equine partner.
Lucia will be here on July 28th and possibly the 29th as well- depending on interest.
The schedule allows for a morning and afternoon group of 4-5 riders. $200 per session. Lucia will work with the group for 4 hours laying down ground work and working through issues.
Lunch and snacks/drinks will be provided and there is no additional haul in fee. Stalls are also available for overnight.
Msg or comment on our Facebook Event page for signup or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to get on the list.
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. Carson puts on a very educational and entertaining clinic. Don’t miss out. Auditors can pay at the door.
Contact Hannah at 253-380-9727 or email@example.com to reserve a riding spot or to find out more information.
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
Join us for three days of education and fun!
Farriers, veterinarians, and horse owners are welcome.
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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.