Problem Solving Horse & Rider Clinic – Chyverton Park

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 02/08/2014
All Day

Location
Chyverton Park Equestrian Centre

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Disclaimer: Please always check with the event organiser before making any arrangements. Whilst we try our best to maintain the information listed on Cornwall Equine, we may not always be aware of event changes or cancellations.

Are things sometimes a little difficult with your horse? Would you like to understand why he sometimes says no at that jump, that ditch or that water? Or why he won’t go forward sometimes or why he bolts off when you’d rather he stayed put? If you class your horse as being stubborn, cheeky, bolshy, nervous or just downright nuts this might be the clinic for you.

Each session will be an hour and a half long and be in groups of 5. Your first session will be in the school and you second out on the xc country course. You may not be on the back of him all the time as the aim will be to teach you to read your horse. Sometimes that means you need to stand back and watch his body language. Once you’ve had your session you will be given something to go and work on in the small school for the next hour. Then you will have a break and we’ll start again in the afternoon.

It will be £50.00 for the day and you will be welcome, in fact positively encouraged, to come and watch the other groups so that you can see what problems other people have and ideas on how to resolve them.

Entries must be in by the 31st of July. No refunds after closing date. Places limited so first payments secure places. Cheques made payable to Lanner Equestrian Centre and posted to Lorraine Barnfield, 44 Cadogan Road, Beacon, Camborne, Cornwall TR14 7RY Cheques made payable to Lanner Equestrian Centre.

Alternatively you can pay by bank transfer please see the link below on how to do this.

Body Protectors and Medical Armbands to be worn on the XC course. Current standard riding hat and correct footwear to be worn at all times when mounted.

Most of my horses have been rehabilitated in some way shape or form, I want to help people find a way to work with horses that allows them to still feel good about riding and competing without having to learn lots of fancy movements. I’ve been teaching for almost 30 years now and I love it – why not try a slightly different approach to your riding? Spectators are welcome too especially if they bring cake for Mark!

For more info https://www.facebook.com/pages/Lanner-Equestrian-Centre-home-of-the-Riding-Pool/177536402566

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