Local clinics for all equestrians.
Horses shy away from pain. Sometimes traditional means of pain relief are not effective. What if you could learn to move the horse’s body away from pain toward a more comfortable position, such that the body is able to understand its pattern or condition and self-correction can occur? Learn the techniques of Equine Positional Release at an upcoming clinic.
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!
In response to requests for an obstacle course, Taryn created not just an obstacle course, but a Trail Challenge experience of fun for both horse and rider. “I love seeing all different styles of riding and ages of riders come together and support each other through all the fun and challenging obstacles,” remarks Taryn after the first two Trail Challenge events were a resounding success. Sharon Jantzen catches up with Taryn Mohler, organizer of Lucky 7 Ranch Trail Challenge.