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 2.5 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!
Friday May 11 Greg Robinson:  Great Horsemanship Made Easy   9:00-11:30 Ride with the Experts Participation Clinic (Friday):  Great Horsemanship Made Easy Clinic Objective:  Learn the basic steps that will allow you to better communicate with your horse and allow you and your horse to achieve more. Clinic Fee:  $50    
Thomas Clover:  Fundamental Body Control   9:00-11:30 Ride with the Experts Participation Clinic: Teaching Fundamental Body Control Clinic Objective: Teach your horse to move their individual parts (i.e. hind end, shoulders, ribs).  Open to those with experienced horses that want to brush up on foundation, or younger horses that people want to teach.  The clinic will help give people new tools for working with their horses.  Clinic Fee:  $50
Lanny Leach:  Problem Solving: Horse and Rider   12:00-2:30 Ride with the Experts Participation Clinic (Friday):  Problem Solving: Horse and Rider Clinic Objective:  Bring your problem you are having with your horse and Lanny will help you find the answer. Clinic Fee:  $50
Buddy Uldrikson:  Horsemanship for Barrel Racing   3:00-5:30 Ride with the Experts Participation Clinic (Friday):  Horsemanship for Barrel Racing Clinic Objective: Begin with the basics and work until you have a relaxed horse that pays attention as well as looking forward to the task ahead. Clinic Fee:  $50
Saturday May 12 Eric Lynn:  Communicating with Your Donkey   9:00-11:30 Ride with the Experts Participation Clinic (Saturday):  Communicating with your Donkey Clinic Objectives:  Participants will learn the basics of halter training and get a better understanding of how to communicate with their donkeys to build trust and enhance ground skills.  Clinic Fee:  $50
Lanny Leach:  Purpose of Riding with Legs   11:30-2:00 Ride with the Experts Participation Clinic (Saturday):  Purpose of Riding with Legs Clinic Objective:  By using your legs you will learn to stop, turn, backup, walk, trot and lope with leg pressure. Clinic Fee:  $50
Greg Robinson:  Training for Ultimate Versatility   12:00-2:30 Ride with the Experts Participation Clinic (Saturday):  Training for Ultimate Versatility Clinic Objective:  Learn to train your horse for versatility in all aspects. Clinic Fee:  $50
Samantha Jepson:  Riding Engaged   12:00-2:30 Ride with the Experts Participation Clinic:  Riding Engaged Clinic Objective:  Keep both horse and rider physically engaged and how to get the horse mentally engaged with the rider’s purpose. Clinic Fee:  $50
Sunday May 13 Katherine Calkins:  EQUILibrium-What is “The Seat”?  9:30-12:00 Ride with the Experts Participation Clinic (Sunday):  EQUILibrium: What is “The Seat”? Clinic Objective:  The basic principles of biomechanics and how physics applies to your riding and seat. What is your seat, and what are your aids? What is the difference between riding and training.  Beginning work on the three foundation movements of the seat, how to ask for engagement, bend, and direction without the reins. Clinic Fee:  $50
Rick Badousek:  Gaining Control Under Saddle 12:00-2:30 Ride with the Experts Participation Clinic:  Gaining Control Under Saddle Clinic Objective:  Learn methods and the importance of controlling the horse’s mind through control of the feet. Requirements Level:  Participants should be able to ride their horse at a walk, trot and canter and clinician requests that they ride in a snaffle bit for the clinic. Clinic Fee:  $50
Sherry Rowland:  Saddle Fitting: Your Horse-Your Saddle 3:00-5:30 Ride with the Experts Participation Clinic:  Saddle Fitting: Your Horse-Your Saddle Clinic Objective:  Learn ways to recognize which saddles are best for your horse and how to become aware of when your horse is in pain.  Bring your horse and saddle or all saddle choices with you. I will show you how each fit and determine which saddles fit the best and why. You will also learn what to watch for in your horse’s attitude and muscle reactions to the saddle. The cost for the Saddle Fit Evaluation is $20 per horse/rider.

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 2.5 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!
Friday May 11 Greg Robinson:  Great Horsemanship Made Easy   9:00- 11:30 Ride with the Experts Participation Clinic (Friday):  Great Horsemanship Made Easy Clinic Objective:  Learn the basic steps that will allow you to better communicate with your horse and allow you and your horse to achieve more. Clinic Fee:  $50    
Thomas Clover:  Fundamental Body Control   9:00-11:30 Ride with the Experts Participation Clinic: Teaching Fundamental Body Control Clinic Objective: Teach your horse to move their individual parts (i.e. hind end, shoulders, ribs).  Open to those with experienced horses that want to brush up on foundation, or younger horses that people want to teach.  The clinic will help give people new tools for working with their horses.  Clinic Fee:  $50
Lanny Leach:  Problem Solving: Horse and Rider   12:00-2:30 Ride with the Experts Participation Clinic (Friday):  Problem Solving: Horse and Rider Clinic Objective:  Bring your problem you are having with your horse and Lanny will help you find the answer. Clinic Fee:  $50
Buddy Uldrikson:  Horsemanship for Barrel Racing   3:00-5:30 Ride with the Experts Participation Clinic (Friday):  Horsemanship for Barrel Racing Clinic Objective: Begin with the basics and work until you have a relaxed horse that pays attention as well as looking forward to the task ahead. Clinic Fee:  $50
Saturday May 12 Eric Lynn:  Communicating with Your Donkey   9:00-11:30 Ride with the Experts Participation Clinic (Saturday):  Communicating with your Donkey Clinic Objectives:  Participants will learn the basics of halter training and get a better understanding of how to communicate with their donkeys to build trust and enhance ground skills.  Clinic Fee:  $50
Lanny Leach:  Purpose of Riding with Legs   11:30-2:00 Ride with the Experts Participation Clinic (Saturday):  Purpose of Riding with Legs Clinic Objective:  By using your legs you will learn to stop, turn, backup, walk, trot and lope with leg pressure. Clinic Fee:  $50
Greg Robinson:  Training for Ultimate Versatility   12:00-2:30 Ride with the Experts Participation Clinic (Saturday):  Training for Ultimate Versatility Clinic Objective:  Learn to train your horse for versatility in all aspects. Clinic Fee:  $50
Samantha Jepson:  Riding Engaged   12:00-2:30 Ride with the Experts Participation Clinic:  Riding Engaged Clinic Objective:  Keep both horse and rider physically engaged and how to get the horse mentally engaged with the rider’s purpose. Clinic Fee:  $50
Sunday May 13 Katherine Calkins:  EQUILibrium-What is “The Seat”?  9:30-12:00 Ride with the Experts Participation Clinic (Sunday):  EQUILibrium: What is “The Seat”? Clinic Objective:  The basic principles of biomechanics and how physics applies to your riding and seat. What is your seat, and what are your aids? What is the difference between riding and training.  Beginning work on the three foundation movements of the seat, how to ask for engagement, bend, and direction without the reins. Clinic Fee:  $50
Rick Badousek:  Gaining Control Under Saddle 12:00-2:30 Ride with the Experts Participation Clinic:  Gaining Control Under Saddle Clinic Objective:  Learn methods and the importance of controlling the horse’s mind through control of the feet. Requirements Level:  Participants should be able to ride their horse at a walk, trot and canter and clinician requests that they ride in a snaffle bit for the clinic. Clinic Fee:  $50
Sherry Rowland:  Saddle Fitting: Your Horse-Your Saddle 3:00-5:30 Ride with the Experts Participation Clinic:  Saddle Fitting: Your Horse-Your Saddle Clinic Objective:  Learn ways to recognize which saddles are best for your horse and how to become aware of when your horse is in pain.  Bring your horse and saddle or all saddle choices with you. I will show you how each fit and determine which saddles fit the best and why. You will also learn what to watch for in your horse’s attitude and muscle reactions to the saddle. The cost for the Saddle Fit Evaluation is $20 per horse/rider.