Ride with the Experts

ARIZONA HORSEMAN’S CHALLENGE

& EXPO

April 19, 20, and 21, 2019

2017 All Rights Reserved Arizona Horseman’s Challenge & Expo
Arizona Horseman’s Challenge Participation Clinics
Ride with the Experts Participation Clinics The Arizona Horseman’s Challenge & Expo is pleased to offer Ride with the Experts Participation Clinics. These clinics are an opportunity for you to bring your own horse and spend time with an expert, receiving one on one help and instruction time. Each of our participation clinics, taught by some of the foremost experts in the equine world, are 2 hours long and offer a variety of topics. The trainers who attend the AzHC & Expo from all over the country are on hand to impart their wisdom and training methods to you and your equine companion. To participate, you must sign up here using our simple payment process. This Ride with the Experts Participation Clinic fee pays for your spot in the clinic but does not cover your admission fee. Admission can be paid at the event gates, or online for a discount. Don’t let this rare opportunity to ride with experts from around the country pass you by! Each clinic is $50
Friday April 19 9:00-11:00 Randy Helm Ride with the Experts Participation Clinic: Confident and Safe Riding (for you and your horse) Clinic Objective: In this clinic you will learn: The importance of ground work Being the leader Knowledge is power Communicating effectively The huge difference between "riding" and "sitting on a horse going places" Routines to help you develop consistency and bond with your horse Knowing when and when not to push your horse How to relax and have fun (Limit 5)
Friday April 19 11:30-1:30 Cliff Schadt Jr. Ride with the Experts Participation Clinic: Bending Your Horse to Straightness and Balance Clinic Objective: Learn to use bending and body control to help horses gain a better sense of balance as well ad straightness while utilizing simple drills. (Limit 10)
Friday April 19 1:45-3:45 Rick Badousek Ride with the Experts Participation Clinic Topic: Gaining Respect and Control under Saddle Clinic Objective: Participants will learn how to gain their horses respect by controlling the horse’s feet and keeping the horse’s mind focused on the rider (Limit 8)
Saturday April 20 11:45 – 1:45 Greg Robinson Ride with the Expert Participation Clinic: Exercises for Body Control with a Soft Feel Clinic Objective: To achieve the best performance possible from your equine partner, whether you are trail riding, working cattle or barrel racing, having body control is crucial. Horses perform better with a light control of not just their head but shoulders, ribcage and hips. (Limit 5)
Saturday April 20 2:00-4:00 Jaye Anders-Kukowski Ride with the Experts Participation Clinic: Bucket List Trick Riding Clinic Clinic Objective: Have you always wanted to try Trick Riding just one time? Are you looking to deepen the bond with your horse or take your Horsemanship skills to a whole new level? No experience necessary or special equipment. Bring your own horse and western saddle. Trick Riding saddles are available to use. This clinic will teach some fundamental trick riding maneuvers and allow you to experience the head rush that is Trick Riding. Ages 7-70.
Sunday April 21 9:30-11:30 Cowboy Dressage of Az. Ride with the Experts Participation Clinic Topic: Cowboy Dressage and the Art of Horsemanship Clinic Objective: Learn about Cowboy Dressage and the Principle of Soft Feel- how can we communicate with our horses with the lightest of touch and create a partnership of understanding, harmony and oneness. (Limit 8)
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Ride with the Experts

Arizona Horseman’s Challenge Participation Clinics

Arizona Horseman’s Challenge & Expo

April 19, 20, and 21, 2019

2017 All Rights Reserved Arizona Horseman’s Challenge & Expo
Ride with the Experts Participation Clinics The Arizona Horseman’s Challenge & Expo is pleased to offer Ride with the Experts Participation Clinics. These clinics are an opportunity for you to bring your own horse and spend time with an expert, receiving one on one help and instruction time. Each of our participation clinics, taught by some of the foremost experts in the equine world, are 2 hours long and offer a variety of topics. The trainers who attend the AzHC & Expo from all over the country are on hand to impart their wisdom and training methods to you and your equine companion. To participate, you must sign up here using our simple payment process. This Ride with the Experts Participation Clinic fee pays for your spot in the clinic but does not cover your admission fee. Admission can be paid at the event gates, or online for a discount. Don’t let this rare opportunity to ride with experts from around the country pass you by! Each clinic is $50
Friday April 19 9:00-11:00 Randy Helm Ride with the Experts Participation Clinic: Confident and Safe Riding (for you and your horse) Clinic Objective: In this clinic you will learn: The importance of ground work Being the leader Knowledge is power Communicating effectively The huge difference between "riding" and "sitting on a horse going places" Routines to help you develop consistency and bond with your horse Knowing when and when not to push your horse How to relax and have fun (Limit 5)
Friday April 19 11:30-1:30 Cliff Schadt Jr. Ride with the Experts Participation Clinic: Bending Your Horse to Straightness and Balance Clinic Objective: Learn to use bending and body control to help horses gain a better sense of balance as well ad straightness while utilizing simple drills. (Limit 10)
Friday April 19 1:45-3:45 Rick Badousek Ride with the Experts Participation Clinic Topic: Gaining Respect and Control under Saddle Clinic Objective: Participants will learn how to gain their horses respect by controlling the horse’s feet and keeping the horse’s mind focused on the rider (Limit 8)
Saturday April 20 11:45 – 1:45 Greg Robinson Ride with the Expert Participation Clinic: Exercises for Body Control with a Soft Feel Clinic Objective: To achieve the best performance possible from your equine partner, whether you are trail riding, working cattle or barrel racing, having body control is crucial. Horses perform better with a light control of not just their head but shoulders, ribcage and hips. (Limit 5)
Saturday April 20 2:00-4:00 Jaye Anders-Kukowski Ride with the Experts Participation Clinic: Bucket List Trick Riding Clinic Clinic Objective: Have you always wanted to try Trick Riding just one time? Are you looking to deepen the bond with your horse or take your Horsemanship skills to a whole new level? No experience necessary or special equipment. Bring your own horse and western saddle. Trick Riding saddles are available to use. This clinic will teach some fundamental trick riding maneuvers and allow you to experience the head rush that is Trick Riding. Ages 7-70.
Sunday April 21 9:30-11:30 Cowboy Dressage of Az. Ride with the Experts Participation Clinic Topic: Cowboy Dressage and the Art of Horsemanship Clinic Objective: Learn about Cowboy Dressage and the Principle of Soft Feel- how can we communicate with our horses with the lightest of touch and create a partnership of understanding, harmony and oneness. (Limit 8)
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