Clinician and TV Host Julie Goodnight announces her 2013 Clinic Tour Schedule—with opportunities to meet her in person and ask your horsemanship questions. In 2013, Goodnight will travel to California, New Jersey, Colorado (multiple appearances), Washington, Minnesota, Virginia, Massachusetts, Wisconsin and Ohio.
Each of Goodnight’s clinic tour stops provides an opportunity for horse owners to ride with Goodnight. Audiences are also invited to watch and learn in a friendly environment for a nominal cost.
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Clinics are fun and active, with a focus on bridging natural horsemanship techniques with the principles of classical riding. Goodnight’s teachings are focused on finding success and improvement for each and every horse and rider by developing a deeper understanding of the horse and riding skills that lead to a balanced and rhythmic rider and a light and responsive horse.
Expect to work together in the arena all day, doing both ground work and mounted work, with a focus on refining riding skills and developing a better relationship with your horse. All ability levels are welcome as long as the rider has basic control at the walk and trot. Each rider works at his/her own pace without pressure to go outside you or your horse’s comfort zone.
Click here to register to ride or purchase spectator tickets now: http://juliegoodnight.com/clinics. You may also call 800-225-8827, M-F, 9-5 MST for friendly help.
What Julie Goodnight’s Clinic Attendees Say:
“I am putting all the things I learned at the clinic to use, most importantly, my seat and balance in the saddle. What a difference it makes in my ride, especially at the canter where I am doing so much better. My horse is traveling better since I am more in balance sitting in the middle of the saddle on my seatbones and relaxed. My confidence has also improved. Looking forward to next year!”
“I learned so much even being just a spectator. Julie addresses all issues to the riders as well as her audience and gives so freely of her advice to everyone. She wants to help everyone…She is really an amazing person and explains everything so well. She is very patient, attentive, and ever so gracious with her time.”
“I thoroughly enjoyed the clinic. I especially appreciate Julie’s ability to meet each rider at his or her experience level, her willingness to allow proper application of alternate methods, and her dedication to producing more knowledgeable riders…As any good instructor, she focuses on reinforcing each participant for what is being done correctly and asking for the specific changes which will improve his or her skills. Julie uses techniques which respond to the horse’s earliest attempts to offer the correct response thereby keeping the horse within a frame of mind in which it is able to learn and process information. This reduces stress, avoids panic and explosive aversion, and encourages handling techniques that are safe for all participants to practice at home or in a group setting…I wholeheartedly recommend her clinics to others.”
The 2013 Clinic Schedule:
March 16-17, 2013
SDCEA Equestrian Centers
April 6-7, 2013
Colline A Cheval
May 4-5, 2013
Triple Creek Ranch
May 11-12, 2013
Winter Creek Stables
May 17-20, 2013
C Lazy U Ranch, Women’s Riding & Yoga Retreat
June 15-16, 2013
Red Horse Ranch Arena
Fergus Falls, MN
June 22-23, 2013
Campbell Springs Equestrian Center
June 29-30, 2013
Hillside Meadows Equestrian Center
September 14-15, 2013
Western Trails Equestrian Center
West Bend, WI
September 19-23, 2013
C Lazy U Ranch, Ranch Riding Adventure
September 28-29, 2013
Franklin County Fairgrounds
October 18-21, 2013
C Lazy U Ranch, Women’s Riding & Yoga Retreat
Early-Bird Specials for Riders and Spectators:
Take advantage of Goodnight’s early-bird specials for the two-day Horsemanship Intensives! Register to ride and pay in full by December 31, 2012, for $50 discount off tuition plus two free spectator tickets ($50 value). Or register to ride and pay a $200 deposit by December 31, 2012, and get two free spectator tickets. All spectator tickets are buy one, get one free until December 31, 2012.
For those who register to ride, bring your horse/s and work with Goodnight to improve your horsemanship. Stabling available (extra fee); school horses available at some sites. $500 for both days, $200 nonrefundable deposit required. Spectator tickets are $25 per day, per person. Youth tickets are available at the door for only $10.
Call or reserve your spot online today at http://juliegoodnight.com/clinics. To register to ride or purchase tickets for the two-day Horsemanship Intensives, call 800-225-8827, M-F, 9-5 MST for more information or help. Clinics at C Lazy U Ranch are four or five days, and the price includes meals, lodging and horses. Call C Lazy U at 970-887-3344 for more information.
Watch Horse Master on RFD-TV every Monday at 12:30 and 10:30p EST —Direct TV channel 345, Dish Network channel 231 and on many cable outlets. Check out specials and even more clips on Goodnight’s Facebook Fan Page: http://www.facebook.com/horsemaster.tv. Sign up for her free monthly newsletter at: http://juliegoodnight.com/emailsignup.php. Goodnight is proud to recommend Myler Bits, Nutramax Laboratories, Circle Y Saddles, Redmond Equine, Bucas Blankets, Troxel Helmets, Spalding Fly Predators and is the spokesperson for CHA.