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November 13-17, 2023
January 15-19, 2024
February 12-16, 2024
March 11-15, 2024
April 8-12, 2024
What is the week itinerary?
This is the horse holiday we all dream about. Full access to Jim’s program and his time for an entire week.
The clinic is capped at only 6 riders and auditors are limited to direct family so the time is yours!!
Roll in on Monday afternoon, settle in and mingle with other participants. Ride your horse in sessions Tuesday through Friday with catered lunches and dinners included.
Lots of Goodies, Draws, Sponsored giveaway from our great Sponsors.
Bring your living quarters trailer or camper and stay on site all week. Spend evenings around the fire telling stories and talking about training concepts and ideas.
Spend an entire week in a professional training environment with like minded people.
What you need to bring:
- Your Horse (Lesson horses are available for use at a first come, first serve basis at a cost of an additional $300 per week). Bringing an additional horse for an additional $30 per day. You’re welcome to bring your own feed or have hay provided for you at $35 a bale
- Lead rope
- Protective boots and/or riding boots
- Good attitude
Whether you are beginner or a seasoned reining veteran, come and learn the fundamentals of this exciting sport or hone your skills as a rider and competitor. You are sure to enjoy fun, fellowship and a week filled with quality instruction, geared at developing both you and your horse in a relaxing atmosphere.
What we will be working on:
• DO A GOOD STOP ON THE HINDQUARTERS
• PREPARING YOUR HORSE FOR A GOOD SPIN
• ROLLBACK CRISP, CLEAN AND CORRECT
• TRAVEL COLLECTED WITH GOOD BODY FORM
• LOPE SLOW WITH FULL CONTROL
• CORRECT LEADS AND LEAD CHANGES
• DEVELOP A LIGHT AND RESPONSIVE MOUTH
• BEGINNING TO ADVANCED LEG CONTROL
• NECK REINING
• TOTAL CONTROL OF THE ENTIRE HORSE
Horse and Rider Requirements:
You must be comfortable riding at the walk, trot and lope. Also, you must be comfortable riding for extended periods of time. This is NOT a learn to ride or beginner clinic. Your horse must have at least 40 rides on and be ride-able at the walk, trot, and lope. No stallions permitted.