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Cutting Horsemanship Clinic

Posted by Candace on March 20, 2009 at 11:43 AM

We need feedback on what people think of having a horsemanship cutting clinic in the fall. Please post your thoughts comments feelings and ideas about it here. Sandra Cooke is the contact person. Once we get info we will let everyone know.

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7 Comments

Reply Candace
11:48 AM on March 20, 2009 
I look forward to a cutting horsemanship clinic I for one can never know enough about our equine companions
Reply Lisa Spinks
6:00 PM on April 9, 2009 
That would be awesome!!!!!
Reply ahagn
1:10 AM on August 1, 2009 
Horsemanship Clinic
Lifetime Earnings of $250,000+ in State,
Regional and National Competition in NCHA
Cutting Events
Coaching and Training Horses and Non-Pro
riders to Championships and Placings at the
State, Regional and National Levels
Sunday September 27th, 2009
You will learn:
Better Horsemanship Skills
Staying in the middle of your horse and letting him do his job
Correct position for stops and rollbacks
Working your horse on ?the flag? (preparing to work a cow)
Open to any level horse and rider
$40/person
Held At:
Talmadge River Ranch
?Home of JP Bell?
Duluth, MN
Sponsored By: For More Information or to Sign Up Contact:
Sandy 218-525-5652
[email protected]
Directions from I35 headed N: Take exit #259/NORTH SHORE onto LONDON RD, It
merges into 61, Turn Left on LAKEWOOD RD - go about 2.5 - 3 miles, You will see
the big white barn on your right
Reply candace
1:53 PM on August 25, 2009 
Horsemanship Clinic
Lifetime Earnings of $250,000+ in State, Regional and National Competition in NCHA Cutting Events
Coaching and Training Horses and Non-Pro riders to Championships and Placings at the State, Regional and National Levels
Sunday September 27th, 2009
Held At:
Talmadge River Ranch
?Home of JP Bell?
Duluth, MN
You will learn:
Better Horsemanship Skills
Staying in the middle of your horse and letting him do his job
Correct position for stops and rollbacks
Working your horse on ?the flag? (preparing to work a cow)
Open to any level horse and rider
$40/person
Contact Sany Cooke
Reply candace
1:54 PM on August 25, 2009 
Sandra Cooke
Duluth, MN
[email protected]
Reply candace
12:03 AM on September 14, 2009 
Lots of people signed up for the cutting clinic and I do beleive we have some auditors coming as well
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