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Natural Horsemanship Clinic: Training the Whole Horse for a Safer Ride

Natural Horsemanship Clinic: Training the Whole Horse for a Safer Ride Discover the Four Core Emotional Concerns that you and your share, Three Foundational Requirements your horse needs to learn to be safer around you and Five simple ground techniques that translate under saddle for a safer ride.

1-Day Riding Clinic
Cost per riding participant $125
Auditing $25 at the door

October 13, 2007
11:00 - 5:00

Natural Horsemanship Clinic: Training the Whole Horse for a Safer Ride official site

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