Tune up Your Horse with Straightness Training

Tune up Your Horse with Straightness Training | SLO Horse News

“I have seen horses that are chronically lame and sore go sound and be healthy again.” – Meg Brauch.

Is your horse in need of a “tune up” or a total revamping of his way of moving? Originating in the Netherlands from Marijke de Jong, Straightness Training helps to develop the horse symmetrically in his body and limbs to create a healthier happier animal and straighter more consistent gait. Straightness Training has 5 pillars: Groundwork, longing, work in hand, riding, and liberty, so you and your horse are sure to benefit from this all-around education.

Straightness Training with Meg Brauch Comes to Dream Ranch May 18-20, 2018

Meg Brauch comes to the Dream Ranch from her own ranch, Narnia Stables, in Connecticut. She is the first certified Straightness Training instructor in the United States, and has found her passion in the training method.

There is no longer the opportunity to register your horse in the clinic, but auditors are welcome for a modest fee of $150. ** Auditor Special ** Come to the free Friday night lecture and audit the rest of the weekend for $100 – details below.

Tune up Your Horse with Straightness Training | SLO Horse News

Pre-registration is required for all clinic participants and auditors. Interested auditors can contact:

Tricia at Dream Ranch

DreamRanchTG@gmail.com

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818.974.9816 Cell

805.474.9908 Office

Ask for the registration form to be sent to you via e-mail.

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.

Sources: straightnesstraining.com

Currently an agricultural communications student at Cal Poly SLO. Chanel grew up in Colorado with her two horses, Thunder and Buddy. She is currently horseless in California, so she takes advantage of Cal Poly's various horse programs. "I am so excited to be riding with SLO Horse News!"

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