Gaited Horsemanship Clinic, August 11, 2012
Cost: Auditors $20. Rider openings filled: Rocky Mountain, Tennessee Walker, Icelandic, Saddlebred, Missouri Foxtrotter horses attending
Date: August 11, 2012; 10:00-4:00pm
Location: 8116 Van Buren Road, Everson, WA 98247
(Outdoor 100 x 160 arena. Lots of room for parking.)
Come join the fun! Learn resistance free ground and under saddle techniques with Rick Brighton to help improve your relationship with your horse. The resistance free method emphasizes the use of patience, kindness, and leadership in developing mutual trust and confidence. At this clinic you will learn to:
- improve your communication, feel, and timing
- get your horse more willing, trusting, and relaxed
- give clear cues using your hands and legs
- improve your horse’s gait
There will be individual time with each horse and rider evaluating the gait, and recommendations to help improve it.
Equine Nutrition seminar during lunch!
Is your horse getting the nutrition it needs? Learn what your horse's nutritional needs are and how to evaluate your horse.
Coffee, tea, and water provided. Doughnuts for breakfast.
Bring a lunch and comfortable chair.
For more information and to reserve your space, please contact:
Marie Tiemersma 360-966-3298 or
Rick Brighton 425-226-6943 | email@example.com
Brighton Ridge Farm LLC -- Natural Gaited Horsemanship Center -- www.brightonridge.com
Rick Brighton is a respected certified resistance free horsemanship trainer, instructor, and clinician with experience training, showing, evaluating, and instructing riders of Rocky Mountain Horses, Kentucky Mountain Saddle Horses, Tennessee Walkers, Gaited Morgan's, Paso Fino's, Fox Trotters, Icelandic's, cross breeds, and non-gaited horses. He has trained and shown successfully at regional and world levels. Rick’s natural gaited horsemanship program helps riders improve their communication, feel, timing, and their horse’s gait using a quiet, gentle approach. He teaches how to work with your horse using a good heart and being respectful to them, building trust and confidence in both horse and rider. Using his years of experience and knowledge working with horses, Rick custom fits each training session, lesson, or clinic to the individual (horse and rider) with a focus on safety in a relaxed setting.
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