Riding for Control

Control means being able to ask our horse to move a foot, hip or any other body part in a certain direction and he will do it because he understands.  This control eliminates resistance that is demonstrated by negative reactions to our cues.  A horse learns through consistent repetition, something we humans can find boring. Basic building blocks of a solid foundation are taught in this clinic.  Concepts and training philosophies are discussed and demonstrated.  Riders of all levels will take something away from this clinic.
Cost  2 day $200/rider           3 day $275/rider Wendy will travel to your facility for a group of four or more riders.  Contact for more information. info@kinderhorsemanship.com

Kinder

Horsemanship

Equine Teaching Empowered by Kindness

Riding for Control

Control means being able to ask our horse to move a foot, hip or any other body part in a certain direction and he will do it because he understands.  This control eliminates resistance that is demonstrated by negative reactions to our cues.  A horse learns through consistent repetition, something we humans can find boring. Basic building blocks of a solid foundation are taught in this clinic.  Concepts and training philosophies are discussed and demonstrated.  Riders of all levels will take something away from this clinic.
Cost  2 day $200/rider           3 day $275/rider Wendy will travel to your facility for a group of four or more riders.  Contact for more information. info@kinderhorsemanship.com

Kinder

Horsemanship

Equine Teaching Empowered by Kindness