Halter Breaking & Young Horse Handling Clinic, with Tilley’s Custom Colts & Horsemanship, March 14, 15, 16 ~ 2014, Second Wind Stables ~ Moosomin SK, “We believe that the halter breaking may be the most important piece of a horse’s development which is all too often overlooked. We take the time to do it right, preparing the horse for how it will lead, tie and ride in the future.”, ~ John and Jamie Tilley, This is a truly unique clinic and we are proud to be part of this Young Horse Handling clinic with John and Jamie Tilley of Tilley’s Custom Colts & Horsemanship for the third year in a row! Anyone who knows us, knows our dedication to horsemanship and to bettering ourselves for the sake of the horses. In our opinion, it all starts with the halter breaking! Join Clayton, and I as we continue to learn and refine our skills on safely taking a young unhandled colt from first touch to halter broke. In the young horse handling clinics, John and Jamie will guide us as we work on halter breaking these youngsters while maintaining the natural lightness and softness that the horse has to offer. We believe that maintaining this lightness in the horse throughout their life very important to strive for. During this clinic, the group of colts that are unhandled in a short time get confident with the human. We will work on correct halter breaking, catching, going through obstacles, picking up feet, and trailer loading. No matter your chosen discipline; if you and your horses are working on a ranch or in a feed yard, if you are competing in dressage, hunter/jumper, western performance events…. if you are working with horses, this clinic is for you! There are only limited spots available, so sign up quick to avoid disappointment! $375.00 per participant. Contact Jamie Tilley at firstname.lastname@example.org. Check out pictures from the 2013 Young Horse Handling clinic at Tilley’s Custom Colts & Horsemanship. Spectators welcome! Check out the photos below from the 2013 Young Horse Handling clinic and some images of the same colts from August 2013 at the Tilley Horsemanship clinic at Coyote Ridge Ranch! Working yearlings horseback at the August 2013 Tilley Horsemanship Clinic at the ranch. John getting reacquainted with his “friends”. 2013 Young Horse Handling Clinic — the colts are relaxing in the arena. First time with a rope for CRR Chics Luv Disco. John using his saddle horse to work CRR Jacks N Playboys. CRR Jacks N Playboys, with Clayton, letting down. Introduction to some obstacles. Jennifer Martens of Altona MB and her filly CRR Chics Luv Sweets working with John on trailer loading.
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