The Dunrovin ranch in Lolo, Montana will again be hosting the second clinic of our Western Dressage clinics this summer. Western Dressage is the latest discipline recognized by the USEF and is defined as using classical dressage concepts and principles to train and develop the western rider and horse.
Dressage training, with its focus on relaxation, rhythm, balance, connection, suppleness and finally collection, is an excellent avenue for riders to improve communication and develop a more symbiotic relationship with their horses. No matter what you do with your horse, from working with cows to riding the trails, Western Dressage training will improve performance!
I will be teaching private sessions on Saturday, July 26th and then teaching two small group sessions morning and afternoon on Sunday, July 27th.
For more info or to sign up contact: Sheila Mealey at 406-210-4307 or Sheila@wyomingwoodfloors.com.
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