Move over April Showers because this spring April brings two riding clinics to improve your riding skills. One focuses on how your riding position influences the way your horse goes. The other on finding the sweet spot of riding.
Ryan Pfouts– Rider Makeover – April 4
Ready for a rider makeover? Does your body position influence the way your horse goes? You bet! Ryan’s clinic will put you in the best position to influence your horse.
Ryan Pfouts is a 3 star Parelli Professional and Finesse Specialist and a member of the Parelli Campus Facility. He has lived on campus with Pat and Linda full time for the last six years. He is interested in Dressage and helping to prepare horses and riders for a solid foundation through the Parelli Program, so they can have a successful experience when it comes to training for a specialization.
Ryan’s teaching schedule on the Parelli Facilities in
You and your horse can benefit from improving your riding skills from Ryan Pfouts. He’s teaching at Dream Ranch in Arroyo Grande April 4, 2017. Auditors are also welcome.
Shelby Hume – Dressage, Naturally – April 28-30, 2017
It’s all about the sweet spot – that place where you are not searching and struggling – the place where you are enjoying your horse’s movement.
Shelby Hume describes her teaching as, “I am constantly seeking self-improvement and refinement in who I want to be as a person, for my horses and with my students. This is also so helpful in the respect that I can constantly relate to and sympathize with how difficult it is to be a student of horsemanship. There can be a lot of stress associated with putting ourselves in the position to receive assistance while taking care of the relationship with our horse and our teacher. I strive to foster a fun and safe environment that challenges each student in ways that allow them to achieve their personal goals.”
Come find the sweet spot in your riding skills as a participant or as an auditor at Dream Ranch in Arroyo Grande April 28-30, 2017.
Pre-registration is required for all clinic participants and auditors. Interested riders and auditors of either clinic can contact:
Tricia at Dream Ranch
818.974.9816 Cell 805.474.9908 Office
Stabling for the participants’ horses is available. Dream Ranch provides all registered riders with breakfast and coffee to start their day! Participants and auditors should bring their own chair, water and lunch or money for lunch. A lunch runner into town may be provided.
Dream Ranch is located in Arroyo Grande in the Huasna Area. Directions will be provided after registration.