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[RC] Horsemanship clinic in Oreana - Steph Teeter

There are still openings for the horse training clinic in Oreana, Idaho:

June 12, 13, 14

1. Colt starting - morning session: Start your young horse - from ground work to riding out, using classical natural horsemanship methods (techniques taught by Dorrance, Hunt, Buchanann, Lyons, Parelli, etc).

2. Riding clinic - afternoon session: Learn ground and riding techniques for a safe and manageable riding partner, geared for trail and endurance riders.

-Become more knowledgeable of the horse's natural instincts and communication system, and use this knowledge to work with your horse.
-Learn about training through pressure and release concepts, timing, and reinforcement
-Learn the use of groundwork to establish boundaries and set up communication with the horse.
-Learn to work with your horse as a partner
-Learn key tools and techniques for safety and control and to handle difficult situations
-Learn tools and technique for problem solving (trailer loading, spooking, bolting, balking)


All Three days, bring your own horse:
$375 for Colt Starting
$375 for Riding Clinic
($475 for both clinics sessions)

$20 per day to audit, $50 to audit all three days

Single day rates (bring your own horse): $145 per session, $165 for both sessions

Camping facilities provided. Water, corrals, dining area. Saturday BBQ dinner, outdoor kitchen facilities available for use.

Contact Bill Basham for clinic reservations: fullcircle@xxxxxxxxxxx, (208) 875-2415

Contact Steph Teeter for camping info and directions: steph@xxxxxxxxxxxxx, (208) 834 2788

a note from Steph: "Learning the natural horsemanship philosophy and techniques completely changed my attitude toward horses and training, and helped me understand the human-horse relationship. I will be auditing the colt starting session, and taking the riding/training session, aiming for a good start to a long and safe career with my new horse partner. "


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