25th September 2010 - Young Horse Clinic

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Jonty3

Guest
Hi Arnie,

They are going really well, in all aspects, Hacking, Dressage, Jumping, Eventing and in Hand also....they all have the enthusiasm and support to do well....and confidence in themselves also....that is the main thing...!

Congrats to all students who attended this clinic!
 

Arnie

Gold Member
Hi Arnie,

They are going really well, in all aspects, Hacking, Dressage, Jumping, Eventing and in Hand also....they all have the enthusiasm and support to do well....and confidence in themselves also....that is the main thing...!

Congrats to all students who attended this clinic!
Absolutly!
With such quality coaching and inspiring lessons I can totally understand how your students are so motivated to achieve their goals!
 
J

Jonty3

Guest
Settle now....just clear common sence is given and its up to the rider to take a hold of this and do something with it....the riders and horses are the winners!
 

Arnie

Gold Member
Take a compliment :p:D

But I'm sure most of your riders have common sense but its great to have those eye's on the ground!
 
J

Jonty3

Guest
Ok thanks Arnie!

Cant wait to get you in the saddle and start ramping your guys up.....!
 
A

alyandmontana

Guest
would the clinic be good for a young horse even if its not broken in ? my youngen would be twoish by the next clinic..
 
J

Jonty3

Guest
Out of the 6 who attended in september only two of them were broken so yes, perfect to these young horses!
 
B

Bon & Ted

Guest
would the clinic be good for a young horse even if its not broken in ? my youngen would be twoish by the next clinic..
DO IT!

I'm thinking of doing it - my baby is broken in, but I wouldn't be riding her there...
 
J

Jonty3

Guest
You both better get in soon as I only have two places left....
 
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