Category Archives: Clinics

Cowboy Dressage Clinic in PA

Eitan will be doing a clinic in PA July 25/26 of 2009. Please pass this on to anyone who may be interested. Happy Trials. – Debbie Beth-Halachmy July 25/26, 2009 Cowboy Dressage Clinic William Wise VMD and Pam Buterbaugh Beaver Run Arena 3460 Rt 410 Punxsutawney Pa. 15767. Contact Info : Pam Ph # 814-939-9178…

“Comfy Cowgirl Camp” Malin, Oregon

Comfy Cowgirl Camp is being offered by Carole Mercer and Nancy Hazelwood Savage. Spend three nights and three days having fun while you learn the fine art of long ling and riding. Room for  six “cowgirls.” Total cost not including your transportation is $900.00 Go to www.carts-carriages.com and click onto Cowgirl Camp for complete information

Equine Affaire in Columbus, OH

The next Equine Affaire will be April 2-5, 2009 in Columbus, OH.  So far, the only Morgan event that I know of is that Chris Cassenti will be a clinician.  Chris was so well recieved at the Massachusetts event that the coordinators have asked her to participate in the Columbus Equine Affaire.  (I can’t believe I missed her in…

Eitan Beth-Halachmy Teaches With Olympic Coach, Conrad Schumacher

While at OKC this year I had the opportunity to meet Debbie Beth-Halachmy and learn of her and her husband, Eitan’s off season activities. Many of you may already have heard of their Cowboy Dressage program at their training facility, Wolf Creek Ranch in Grass Valley, CA. For those of you who haven’t, Cowboy Dressage…

It’s Octoberfest Time at Reindance Stables!!

Join us for Octoberfest on Sunday October 26th from 12-5pm!!  All are welcome and bring friends!  We are a short distance off the NYS Thruway coming from the west or east, located in Sauquoit NY.  Open house, refreshments, pumpkin carving, snacks, tour the facilities and meet our equestrian friends of course!  For more info email Michele at…

Light Hands Horsemanship – The Rest of the Story

I have been waiting for permission to use the video clips that will accompany this piece, and getting everything at home ready for me to leave for the next horse show – the Gold Cup Regional. After Dr. Miller’s presentation it was time for Jon Ensign to demonstrate starting a 2-year-old colt using natural horsemanship…

Light Hands Horsemanship – Part 2

This is a continuation of my post on the Light Hands Horsemanship clinic that was posted on June 3. Saturday morning started with cowboy coffee (including the grounds), biscuits and gravy, and breakfast burritos; all cooked over a campfire of Kingsford charcoal. The seminar started with a presentation by Dr. Robert Miller, DVM, talking about…

Sunshine and Morgan Promotion Draws Large Crowds

At the base of a lush green hill in a city park surrounded by budding trees many horse fans gathered for The Fourth Annual Stallion Showcase & Horse Sale in Spokane Valley, Wash., on April 26. The open house was a roaring success again in 2008. There were 54 head of horses, 8 Morgan barns…

Light Hands Horsemanship Clinic

I have just returned from the Light Hands Horsemanship clinic sponsored by Spaulding Labs Fly Predators, held at Art Perry’s Intrepid Farm in Santa Ynez, CA. I don’t attend many clinics, but I was drawn to this one by a variety of factors, including the location, which was attractive to my husband who spent the…

New England Area Equine Affaire

Our own Chris Cassenti, a frequent contributer to Above Level, has been confirmed as clinician for the 11th annual New England Equine Affaire for 2008. Chris will be teaching Saddleseat English Pleasure using MORGAN horses, of course. The Equine Affaire is an annual event held three times a year in various cities. The New England…