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Events -- Western Washington

Postby Joan Deutsch on Tue Sep 30, 2008 5:46 pm

I'll start to clean out these outdated items. We have two threads now for Shows and Events. Please add a new one for your state or region.
 
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Re: Events

Postby Honey Do Farm on Wed Oct 01, 2008 9:36 pm

Honey Do Farm offers Pony Camps for kids ages 4 and up!
Camp Dates for October-June 2008-2009 are held one weekend a month
Saturday and Sunday 10-2
See our website for more information and how to register! www.honeydofarm.com
 
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Upcoming Horse Related Events

Postby lakestevenstrailgal on Thu Oct 02, 2008 4:11 pm

Hey horse enthusiasts! We have a meetup group that posts different Snohomish/Skagit/King and other county club trail rides, horse camping, horsey movie night and other fun events. Learn about places to ride that you didn't know existed and meet other horse enthusiasts doing something you have in common. If you would like to become a member of our meetup group, see what we have going... and perhaps join in... go to http://horses.meetup.com/202/ to read more about it. There are a couple of rides a month and there are dues to be a member of $2 a month (paid annually). Not all members have horses. Some members have more than one horse and are willing to lease for events. Check us out... maybe we will see you on one of our rides or at a scheduled meetup! Happy trails!
 
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Barb Apple Clinic! 2 FOR 1 PRICE!

Postby lvs2trot on Mon Oct 06, 2008 6:44 am

When: Nov. 15 & 16, 9 am - 4 pm
Where: Hidden Paradise Stables, Arlington, WA
Bring a friend and pay only $400 for two horses/people for both days.


Build confidence in your horsemanship through clear communication, understanding behavior, becoming a fair and just leader, and employing the concepts of Centered Riding when you are in the saddle. All horse and human abilities are welcome.

Barb Apple is widely recognized as one of the most gifted Natural Horsemanship Instructors in the country! You will not be disappointed!

Contact Janette, lvs2trot@msn.com to sign up or for more info
 
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The Mane Event Horse Expo

Postby Wyldterv on Mon Oct 13, 2008 12:43 pm

http://www.maneeventexpo.com/bc/default.asp

October 17 - 19th, Chiliwack, BC.

I have gone the past couple of years and they have a super variety of vendors as well as some very entertaining and informative clinicians, many of which are based out of the NW region.

I live in Whatcom County and Chiliwack is about 15 mins from the Sumas boarder crossing.
 
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Re: Events

Postby happylappy on Thu Oct 16, 2008 1:01 pm

Oregon Equestrian Trails Annual Round Up
February 28 - Mar 1 2009 Registration: 8:30am
Or online www.oregonequestriantrails.org
Yamhill County Fairgrounds, McMinnville, OR

Oregon's 150th Birthday, May 16, 2009
Celebration all year, "Take Care of Oregon" on this date.
 
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Re: Events

Postby Dressage trainer on Fri Oct 17, 2008 3:59 am

The Work in Hand Clinic -
NSAE, Snohomish WA, November 22-23, 2008
and
Langley, British Columbia - January 23-25th

The work in hand is a method for starting an untrained horse, for developing a finished horse, and for all horses it is a technique for building strength, balance and suppleness both of body and of mind. It is a very precise method to develop a conversational language with your horse that allows for a connection that builds trust, and along with it agility and precision.

The Work in Hand clinic

This clinic is for beginners through professional level riders who are ready to begin to truly understand the work they do with their horses. It provides the student of the horse a deep theoretical basis to build the work they will do with the horse in hand—which translates to the work under saddle.

The clinic happens in extensive classroom time backed with short, intense, practice session time. Questions are encouraged— if there’s a specific idea you’d like to explore, just ask.

You will not be able to perfect these methods during this weekend. You will, however, have the information that you need to work independently at home, and you'll find that ideas that "went right over your head" when you write them down during the clinic begin to make sense as you put the work into practice.

Beginners tell us that the clinic gave them the confidence to handle their horse on the ground, and to react better when the horse becomes emotional. They tell us that their riding improved with clearly understanding the rein aids, and that understanding the ideas behind the movements made riding more fun.

Advanced riders really love this work. We typically hear that it's helped them overcome problems they were unable to solve without it, and that it truly clarifies the communication both mounted and unmounted for them and for their horses.

Bring your questions and training problems-- this will be a great weekend to learn from a master while you're building your horse skills. Contact Mary Anne , if you'd like more information.at MAC@classical-equitation.com
or call NSAE at 360-668-5242
 
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Re: Events

Postby hihosilver on Mon Oct 27, 2008 5:47 pm

:) Just an aside to the upcoming Barb Apple Clinic in Snohomish County mentioned above:

We had a good session on ground manners with Barb Apple last weekend. We have a rescue horse that tends to rear while being led by us. Another horse is resistant to turning to the right and comes toward us instead.

Barb showed us her techniques for turning to the right and also for dealing with the rearing horse. We practiced several ways to back a horse, because Barb said, "A rear is lack of a backup."

If you'd like to check out her Web site, here's the link:

http://www.barbapple.com
 
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Re: Hit the trails with "TLC" -- Terri L. Cook

Postby Joan Deutsch on Wed Oct 29, 2008 11:40 pm

When we were looking for a trainer to start our challenging rescue Thoroughbred filly, we found Terri Cook, a certified Ken McNabb trainer. Terri and her daughter, Matney, did a great job with our horse -- and we're now riding her on trails.

The Cooks are now located across from The Tree Farm, so we highly recommend them for anyone looking for trail training or other training. Here's info from Terri on her upcoming clinic:


We had so much fun in September, we will offer another!!! Our relocation to “Russlin Pines” has brought us to the trail training many have been asking for!
Come on down and ride/ or just watch!!!

What: Trail Riding Clinic2 hours ground and arena work / problem solving
*********Catered Lunch************
1 to 3 hours applying work to Obstacles

Where: Russlin Pines Stables/corner of NE 300th & 15th Stanwood

Who: Your Coaches will be:
Matney Cook/ Terri Cook

When: Saturday/November 15 / 10:00 a.m. to 3:30/4:00 pmlimited to 6 participants/ $80.00 per horse&rider/lunch included!!

Extras: You ride/ or we have several apprentices that can ride your horse!

please call for information/ register to ride
tlcook54@juno.com/ TLC @ (360) 445-2503
 
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Karen Ireland in Snohomish

Postby Joan Deutsch on Tue Nov 18, 2008 1:24 pm

Hello Everyone!

Another Classical Training Class is being organized for this winter.
It will be held in Snohomish at Lynn Elston's farm on Saturday mornings.
We will meet every other weekend, from 10:30 to 12:30.

First class date to be on November 22nd.

There will only be 4 riders per class and I'll make up 2 classes
if needed. Our focus will be on the gradual, gymnastic development
of our horses. These classical exercises, on the ground and in the saddle,
will help your horse (and you!) develop into better self carriage and collection.

This benefits not only dressage horses, but horses in every other
discipline as well. If you want to refine your natural horsemanship
skills in the saddle, this course will help you!

Class fee: $70.00 for the 2 hour class ($35.00 per hour)
Arena fee: ($10.00)

Please call or email for more information/questions, or to sign up!

Happy trails!

Karen Irland
barngirl2@comcast.net
206-801-7350
 
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