Horse Camping presents a new set of “Boogy Boo” things for your horse to accept. Although most horses take the adventure in stride, all can use some desensitization regarding things they will encounter in camp and out on the trail. Come experience all things about a horse camping weekend at the Boogy Boo Horse Camp Event. Sharon Jantzen provides the details.
Former Pony Clubber, Eventer and Dressage rider who balanced training and showing with getting a college degree (from Cal Poly SLO), becoming a wife and raising a family. Presently she is enjoying riding a Rocky Mounted Gaited horse and exploring Mounted Archery. Her new baby is Whisper, a Connemara filly.
The Western States Mounted Officers Association Trail Trials honors fallen mounted personnel and mounts. For more than two decades the Trail Trials have honored the dedicated Mounted Police heroes and horses by remembering them while riding and competing, building camaraderie, having fun, and winning prizes. Sharon Jantzen provides the details for this fun Trail Trial event you can be a part of.
Anything can go wrong when hauling horses, yet many things can be caught before you pull out onto the road. Developing a standard trip pre-check routine will enable you to check everything before loading and hauling your precious cargo. Sharon Jantzen walks us through the importance of a trip pre-check of your horse trailer and truck.
The Intro to Mounted Archery Clinic starts Saturday April 23 at 9:00 in the morning beginning with ground archery. Heather will introduce range safety, bows used in mounted archery, nocking (putting the arrow on the string) methods, draw techniques, and unique principles for archery from horseback. When the clinic is resumed from the lunch break the horses will be brought in to begin the systematic desensitization process preparing them for mounted archery. Sunday April 24 provides more ground shooting and mounted experience. Anyone on any horse can try Mounted Archery!