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Re: RC: Self Serving Commercialism

Giggy Snerps wrote:

>  Dear Abby,
> How do you teach people to be non riders?. This doesn't make sence.
> Is this a productive way of encouraging non riders to begin riding?
> Hopefully, I will be able to monitor your seminars over the internet.
> I do not mean to mock you. I just do not understand what you're offering 
> people. And I am wondering what it is you're suggesting to the list.

Wendy -

I had to chuckle at your response - Oh I did not mean to imply that I'm 
teaching people to "ride without horses", but rather that I'm "teaching 
people to ride" without horses!  (If that makes any more sense at all!)

Even when I'm trying to be clear, I still mess up, don't I?

The intent of this workshop is to provide riders with inspiration and 
information to improve the riding they are able to do with their own 
horses.  I've designed it to be presented in the relative warmth and 
comfort of a hotel conference room, rather than outdoors (in upstate New 
York in March).

In effect, I'll be presenting a 3-hour riding clinic without the use of 
a live horse.  In the summer riding program which I administer, we 
frequently have to call off or modify our schedule of mounted work to 
accommodate inclement weather.  As a consequence, we've come up with a 
few activities to enhance the mounted lessons.  I'm building on these, 
concluding with a segment for which participants can bring pictures of 
themselves on their own horses (or other riders/horses) for discussion 
and analysis in view of the material that has already been covered.

> What is it that you are offering folks?

> Wendy

I hope this makes more sense now!!

-Abby B

>   Abby Bloxsom <> wrote:
>     I'm pleased to let y'all know that I've agreed to do a presentation for
>     the ECTRA Annual Meeting at the beginning of March in Owego, NY.
>     I'll be doing a workshop called "Horseless Riding", which will be part
>     lecture, part hands-on, part riding analysis by photographs. This will
>     be a brand new presentation, based on work that I do routinely
>     during my
>     regular summer camp program.
>     The reason I'm posting this now is that I'd like to offer groups or
>     organizations the opportunity to have this presentation at an
>     introductory rate. Guinea pig rates before the end of February; my fee
>     will go up after March 10th. Yes, I will travel. If you're interested,
>     email me privately.
>     Happy trails,
>     -Abby B
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>     Abby Bloxsom
>     ARICP Certified Instructor
>     Level III Recreational and Distance Riding
>     Colebrook, CT USA
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