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Rochester, MN - Saturday PM- Building Confindence Levels 1-4

  • 23 Oct 2010
  • 4:00 PM - 6:59 PM
  • Debbie Kirchner's, Rochester, MN
  • 6

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  • Bring your own horse to join in the fun and learning! Group play with 4 participants.
  • Bring your own horse and join in the fun and learning! Come and play with a group of 6 participants.

Register online immediately and reserve your clinic spot. Only 6 available!
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Play Group -Building Confidence/Fluidity Level 1-4

Minimum Requirements:  Know the 7 games online.
Instructor:       Farrah Green - 3 Star Parelli Instructor

Goals:  Teach your horse to accept any rider, regardless of level, and be a partner to help them stay on.  Play with your fluidity while someone else plays with your horse!  A controlled passenger lesson to build up your confidence and positive muscle memory.  Teach your horse to keep a rhythm to help you stay balanced.  Mounting and dismounting for safety.  Exercises to build your strength and flexibility.

Here are some topics that may be covered in this playgroup.  In class, if there is a specific issue that you need help with, please let the instructors know – there might be someone else in the class with the same question!  We look forward to seeing you there!

  • FS Level 1-2 - Confidence Building:
    • Preparing for mounting
    • Over prepare your horse to accept a rider
    • Riding from the ground
    • Bareback mounting
    • Finding your balance point
    • Breathing and riding
    • Lateral Flexion, moving the hind, front feet
    • Teaching your horse to allow you to ride
    • Teaching your horse to accept you at the level that you are at and help you become a better rider
    FS Level 3-4 - Advancing Your Fluidity:
    • Mounting and dismounting in motion
    • Around the world
    • Get in time with your horse's front and back feet
    • Learn to ride in a saddle without bracing in the stirrups
    • Beginning vaulting
    • Swish the bug - flexibility in your lower back
    • Sit on your thumb - teaching your butt to not leave your horse!
    • Feeling canter leads
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The goal of this class is to dissipate the fear of riding by giving your sub-conscience positive patterns to rely on.  You can always repeat the course if you feel as though you need more supervised practice with any of the topics listed above. 

 

For more information please contact Debbie Kirchner at
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507-280-0111  or dakota.charm@gmail.com



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