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ARIZONA HORSEMAN’S CHALLENGE

& EXPO

April 17, 18, and 19, 2020

2017 All Rights Reserved Arizona Horseman’s Challenge & Expo
Rick Badousek, Downunder Horsemanship Method Ambassador Ride with the Experts Participation Clinic Topic: Gaining Respect and Control on the Trail Clinic Objective: Participants will learn how to remain safe under saddle in a new environment or on the trail, while keeping the horse focused on the rider and building both the rider and the horse's confidence. Requirements: Must know how to walk, trot, canter their horse. Need Halter & 14ft lead rope, stick and string, snaffle bit and tack (saddle pad, saddle, etc) Rick grew up on his family’s farm in Nebraska and was given his first horse when he was 6 years old. The day that Rick’s father handed the horse over to him set Rick on a lifelong quest to be the best horseman he could be. His passion for studying horsemanship led him to a three-day clinic Clinton Anderson, Downunder Horsemanship was teaching in Buckeye, Arizona in 2001. “I loved his technique and ended up buying all of his tools and videos and started practicing the Method right away on my horses. The results were immediate,” Rick says. Rick’s dedication to the Method caught Clinton’s attention, and it wasn’t long before he asked Rick to join his road team, helping him put on clinics and tours around the country. Although Rick worked for the military fulltime, along with joining Downunder Horsemanship on the road, he also began training horses for the public and teaching lessons. “The Method works. That's why I use it and I train others to use it,” When Rick retired from the military after 32 years of service, he decided to turn his passion for horses into a second career. “Clinton Anderson is the best in the world at what he does, and I believe in the Method, so there was only one place to go to get the education and certification I wanted,” he says. As a Method Ambassador, Rick trains horses for the public and teaches lessons and clinics. “I enjoy helping people. If I can help others overcome problems they’re having with their horses, it makes me feel good at the end of the day,” Rick says. “The Method is easy to follow. By the time you finish the Fundamentals level, you have a safe, respectful horse. There’s nothing better than having confidence with your horse and enjoying the time you spend with him. Sharing that sense of accomplishment with others is rewarding.” Contact Information: Rick Badousek 480-628-6710 Karen Badousek 480-980-6538
Dr. Susan Roach, DVM Clinic Title (Friday): Colic Prevention Workshop Clinic Objective: Throughout this presentation you will be taking a quiz to find out what is your horse's risk of colic and what can you do to lower that risk Clinic Title (Saturday): The Horse's Skeleton; Skull and Teeth Clinic Objective: With over 10 horse skulls for demonstration, this lecture covers what kind of pain and discomfort horses put up with and how we can do better for them. Clinic Title (Sunday): Poisonous Plants, The Hidden Dangers of the South West Clinic Objective: Learn about the propensity of your horse to eat each of these poisonous plants, signs of toxicity, treatment, and how to identify & manage noxious weeds. Growing up in the heart of Illinois, Susan was an avid Pony Club member and horse showing enthusiast in several disciplines. At the age of 35, after serving as a volunteer emergency medical technician, Susan decided on a second career in life and pursued her dream of becoming a veterinarian. Susan was a non-traditional student and the first person in her family to receive a college diploma. Dr. Roach received her bachelor’s degree in Equine Science from Colorado State University in 2002. Her research work, focusing on infectious disease; specifically, Streptococcus equi, Clostridium difficile and West Nile Virus resulted in several published papers in major scientific journals, including the Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association and the Journal of Veterinary Diagnostic Investigation. She then went on to vet school at Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine, spending her clinical year at Louisiana State University School of Veterinary Medicine. After graduating in 2009, Dr. Roach pursued further training at Louisiana Center for Equine Reproduction. Looking for warmer weather and a place to open her own practice, she settled in Mesa, Arizona along with her two cats, Miss Annabelle and Suzie. Dr. Roach has been a licensed veterinarian in Arizona since 2011 and provides a variety of primary care and emergency ambulatory medicine for your equine patient. Dr. Roach is particularly interested in dentistry, the care of geriatric horses and metabolic disease in horses Contact information: Susan Roach, DVM (480) 266-0485 susanroachdvm@gmail.com
Tami Blake, Equine Body Worker, Owner “The Enlightened Horse” Clinic Title: What can Light Therapy Do for Your Horse? Clinic Title: What is your Horse Trying to Tell You? Tami Blake of “The Enlightened Horse”, is an equine body worker that utilizes Masterson Method, Tucker Biokinetics, Craniosacral therapy and Light therapy in her overall treatment of the horse. Tami is a certified Photopuncture Technician, certified diagnostic practitioner with Tucker Biokinetics and a certified Light therapist practitioner and is working on finishing her craniosacral case studies. Tami has helped many horses to be well balanced and healthy. Contact Information: 480-630-7339 (google voice #) enlighten2wellness@gmail.com www.theenlightenedhorse.com
Kasey Reeder, Riding Instructor, Licensed Massage & Bodywork Therapist, Reflective Horsemanship, LLC Clinic Title: The Rider’s Mechanic™ Clinic Objective: Fast-track your riding results with bodywork for the equestrian rider. A Certified Riding Instructor and Licensed Massage Therapist, Kasey is a hybrid coach who’s focus is on creating harmony between horse and rider. Integrating the best horsemanship ethics and teaching principles, she specializes in the holistic development of riders. As the horse is only as good as it’s rider, Kasey is on a mission to improve the rider beyond today’s standards, thereby, directly improving the horse’s ride-ability and longevity. Working with riders both on and off the horse, Kasey coaches’ riders how to acquire more awareness, feel and skill so they can ride and train their horses more ethically and with greater success in their chosen discipline. Contact Information: Contact Information: 602-571-6567 Kasey@reflectivehorsemanship.com www.reflectivehorsemanship.com

Arizona Horseman’s Challenge & Expo

April 17, 18, and 19, 2020

2017 All Rights Reserved Arizona Horseman’s Challenge & Expo
Rick Badousek, Downunder Horsemanship Method Ambassador Ride with the Experts Participation Clinic Topic: Gaining Respect and Control on the Trail Clinic Objective: Participants will learn how to remain safe under saddle in a new environment or on the trail, while keeping the horse focused on the rider and building both the rider and the horse's confidence. Requirements: Must know how to walk, trot, canter their horse. Need Halter & 14ft lead rope, stick and string, snaffle bit and tack (saddle pad, saddle, etc) Rick grew up on his family’s farm in Nebraska and was given his first horse when he was 6 years old. The day that Rick’s father handed the horse over to him set Rick on a lifelong quest to be the best horseman he could be. His passion for studying horsemanship led him to a three-day clinic Clinton Anderson, Downunder Horsemanship was teaching in Buckeye, Arizona in 2001. “I loved his technique and ended up buying all of his tools and videos and started practicing the Method right away on my horses. The results were immediate,” Rick says. Rick’s dedication to the Method caught Clinton’s attention, and it wasn’t long before he asked Rick to join his road team, helping him put on clinics and tours around the country. Although Rick worked for the military fulltime, along with joining Downunder Horsemanship on the road, he also began training horses for the public and teaching lessons. “The Method works. That's why I use it and I train others to use it,” When Rick retired from the military after 32 years of service, he decided to turn his passion for horses into a second career. “Clinton Anderson is the best in the world at what he does, and I believe in the Method, so there was only one place to go to get the education and certification I wanted,” he says. As a Method Ambassador, Rick trains horses for the public and teaches lessons and clinics. “I enjoy helping people. If I can help others overcome problems they’re having with their horses, it makes me feel good at the end of the day,” Rick says. “The Method is easy to follow. By the time you finish the Fundamentals level, you have a safe, respectful horse. There’s nothing better than having confidence with your horse and enjoying the time you spend with him. Sharing that sense of accomplishment with others is rewarding.” Contact Information: Rick Badousek 480-628-6710 Karen Badousek 480-980- 6538
Dr. Susan Roach, DVM Clinic Title (Friday): Colic Prevention Workshop Clinic Objective: Throughout this presentation you will be taking a quiz to find out what is your horse's risk of colic and what can you do to lower that risk Clinic Title (Saturday): The Horse's Skeleton; Skull and Teeth Clinic Objective: With over 10 horse skulls for demonstration, this lecture covers what kind of pain and discomfort horses put up with and how we can do better for them. Clinic Title (Sunday): Poisonous Plants, The Hidden Dangers of the South West Clinic Objective: Learn about the propensity of your horse to eat each of these poisonous plants, signs of toxicity, treatment, and how to identify & manage noxious weeds. Growing up in the heart of Illinois, Susan was an avid Pony Club member and horse showing enthusiast in several disciplines. At the age of 35, after serving as a volunteer emergency medical technician, Susan decided on a second career in life and pursued her dream of becoming a veterinarian. Susan was a non-traditional student and the first person in her family to receive a college diploma. Dr. Roach received her bachelor’s degree in Equine Science from Colorado State University in 2002. Her research work, focusing on infectious disease; specifically, Streptococcus equi, Clostridium difficile and West Nile Virus resulted in several published papers in major scientific journals, including the Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association and the Journal of Veterinary Diagnostic Investigation. She then went on to vet school at Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine, spending her clinical year at Louisiana State University School of Veterinary Medicine. After graduating in 2009, Dr. Roach pursued further training at Louisiana Center for Equine Reproduction. Looking for warmer weather and a place to open her own practice, she settled in Mesa, Arizona along with her two cats, Miss Annabelle and Suzie. Dr. Roach has been a licensed veterinarian in Arizona since 2011 and provides a variety of primary care and emergency ambulatory medicine for your equine patient. Dr. Roach is particularly interested in dentistry, the care of geriatric horses and metabolic disease in horses Contact information: Susan Roach, DVM (480) 266-0485 susanroachdvm@gmail.com
Tami Blake, Equine Body Worker, Owner “The Enlightened Horse” Clinic Title: What can Light Therapy Do for Your Horse? Clinic Title: What is your Horse Trying to Tell You? Tami Blake of “The Enlightened Horse”, is an equine body worker that utilizes Masterson Method, Tucker Biokinetics, Craniosacral therapy and Light therapy in her overall treatment of the horse. Tami is a certified Photopuncture Technician, certified diagnostic practitioner with Tucker Biokinetics and a certified Light therapist practitioner and is working on finishing her craniosacral case studies. Tami has helped many horses to be well balanced and healthy. Contact Information: 480-630-7339 (google voice #) enlighten2wellness@gmail.com www.theenlightenedhorse.com
Kasey Reeder, Riding Instructor, Licensed Massage & Bodywork Therapist, Reflective Horsemanship, LLC Clinic Title: The Rider’s Mechanic™ Clinic Objective: Fast-track your riding results with bodywork for the equestrian rider. A Certified Riding Instructor and Licensed Massage Therapist, Kasey is a hybrid coach who’s focus is on creating harmony between horse and rider. Integrating the best horsemanship ethics and teaching principles, she specializes in the holistic development of riders. As the horse is only as good as it’s rider, Kasey is on a mission to improve the rider beyond today’s standards, thereby, directly improving the horse’s ride-ability and longevity. Working with riders both on and off the horse, Kasey coaches’ riders how to acquire more awareness, feel and skill so they can ride and train their horses more ethically and with greater success in their chosen discipline. Contact Information: Contact Information: 602-571-6567 Kasey@reflectivehorsemanship.com www.reflectivehorsemanship.com