We had a wonderful time meeting new people and seeing friendly faces at the Williamstown Elementary School Camp Fair on Saturday!
Thank you to those of you that signed up for our email newsletter for a chance to win a pony ride. The Pony Ride winner is Molly Polk.
We have already had registrations and are looking forward to a great summer. In fact, we have had such a great response to our new Farm Program and even had requests for full day Farm Sessions for older students. Let us know if you are interested so we can accommodate as much as possible. Please see our Summer Programs link for more information about our Horse and Farm Sessions and for the REGISTRATION FORM.
Hope to see you soon!
Sunday, March 16, 2014 – Noon to 2 pm
Respect Starts from the Ground
Students of all levels struggle with “reading” horse’s cues, projecting confidence and gaining respect with horses while still remaining calm and kind. Creating mutual respect with your horse creates a safe environment and makes your time together even more enjoyable. Working with your horse in-hand can improve your ride immensely. This clinic can be your first time or a refresher. Come learn techniques to improve your relationship with your horse.
This clinic will help riders of all levels:
- Easily catch your horse
- Have a lighter horse at the end of your rope,
- Make grooming easy,
- Learn body language & how to react,
- Project confidence
- And more.
Bring your horse (and tack) with you. Call Lisa if you need to borrow a horse for the clinic.
RSVP and Questions – email firstname.lastname@example.org, respond on FB or call Lisa.
We hope to see you soon, Sunday.