HorseSense Clinics 

 Clinic Information: Our charge is $1200  for a clinic , which consists of 14 - 15 hours of  clinic time, plus expenses ex. travel, meals, and lodging.  The hours can be over 2 or 3 days. For ex. Friday evening, all day Saturday and Sunday morning till 1pm., or over 2 Full days.     We will limit the horse/rider combinations to 10 - 12, depending on the arena size and unlimited spectators.  The host can charge as they see fit, as there will be extra expenses such as facility cost, snacks, speaker system, etc.  You may want to provide a meal or other special things. We recommend that the clinic be a minimum of 2 days and can be expanded to 3 – 4 days.Extra days are $600/day. These extra days can be used for individual or group session to allow more riding time.

As host of a clinic you are responsible for finding the venue, setting the registration price, handling the registrations, advertising etc.   Indoor or outdoor, however with an indoor arena we don't have to be concerned with weather! We will supply information for you to use as well as the registration form

When we receive registration and 50% deposit from individuals we will send a welcome letter along with a questionnaire with questions about horse and rider to help us with the clinic set up. 

Thank you for your interest in hosting a clinic with Qavah HorseSense HorseManship. 

 Clinics can be geared to what you need. Including round pen, ground work, starting the young/green horse etc.  Improve your riding skills. Get the best gait from your gaited horse. 

We will come to YOUR PLACE for week long private sessions or you can HOST a clinic. 

 Here is HorseSense Education Circle.  Although we have set it up in divisions, because it is a circle, training will go from one section to another and back again.  The numbers do not indicate "steps" in training but indicate all inclusive style of training. 

Some of what you can learn at a  HorseSense HorseManShip clinic 

  • Ground Manners – leading, feet & head work, feeding

  • Round Pen work – What is involved in the round pen sessions?  

  • Body language, paying attention, cycles, coming, following, leading, standing, communication.

  • Communication – cues vs. force, bits, pre-cues, cues and enforcers, “As little as you need but as much as it takes.”

  • Training – training the parts to train the whole.

  • The Gait – what is it?  What is the horse doing under me?

  • Speed Control- walk, trot, gait, lope, whoa, backup

  • Exercises – softening, collection, leads, and more.

  • The Dance – Is your horse really learning what you think he is learning?

  • Perfecting Riding Skills - improving comfort for rider and horse, improving balance, and “unhinging” the horse.    “The more even the beat the smoother the ride” 

  • Saddle Fit – western or English, blankets/pads, cinches, included headstall and bits,

  • Q & A Your questions answered and demonstrated.

 

Education Circle - cover all areas briefly during a 2 day workshop or expand into more time.

There will be school room time, group time, and one on one time – during this time other horse and riders will be asked to observe as well as be given exercises to work on.

A 2 day clinic might look like this: These areas will also be covered in the Friday evening, Saturday, Sunday morning senario. 

More days would be more group/individual riding session.

Clinics can be geared to what you need. Including round pen, ground work, starting the young/green horse etc.

1st day

8am registration

8:30 to 9:30 school room – Qavah communication, 5’C’s --Communication, Confidence, Consistency, Compassion, and Connection.

9:30 to 11:30 group horse/rider – exercises, suppling , and more.

11:30 to 12:30 – school room – Gaits

12:30-1:30 – lunch – questions and discussion.

1:30 – 2:30 pm – Conformation on each individual horse.

2:30 – 6:30 – individual 1 hr sessions for horse/rider

2nd day

8:30 to 9:30 am – Saddle fit on each individual horse. (This often takes longer than an hour depending on the interest of the group)

9:30 to 11:30 – group horse/rider – exercises, the more even the beat the smoother the ride.

11:30 to 12:30 – Training the parts to train the whole. –riders only no horses

12:30 to 1:30 – lunch – questions and discussion

1:30 to 2:00 pm – The Dance - riders only no horses

2:00 to 2:30 – questions and answers

2:30 to 6:30 - individual 1 hr sessions for horse/rider

6:30 - Windup

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