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Rochester, MN - Sunday AM - Liberty - Freestyle

  • 19 Jun 2011
  • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Debbie Kirchner's, Rochester, MN
  • 2


  • Bring your own horse to join in the fun and learning! Group play with 3 participants.
  • Bring your own horse and join in the fun and learning! Come and play with a group of 4 - 6 participants.

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Liberty and Freestyle

You Want to Bring a Horse
 Level 2

Come and learn how to help you and your horse gain confidence and advance your knowledge as a leader.
Liberty (Sunday AM)

Strengthen your confidence and partnership by playing on line and progressing to mastering the communication with horses at Liberty in the Round Pen and beyond!  This is a progressive class and will individually assist all levels to achieve maximum knowledge and confidence for you and your equine partner!

Freestyle Level 2/3

Minimum Requirements:  Auditioned or self assessed Level 1, Level 2 On Line, comfortable riding horse at a walk and trot*  (if you are not comfortable, please see the Building Confidence Class held on Friday evening)

Instructors:       Farrah Green - 3 Star Parelli Instructor

Goals:  Develop a horse with all of the basic skills for any performance discipline and trail riding.  Rhythm in all gaits that are comfortable to ride without fear.  Select left and right leads at the canter.  Use the patterns for your horse's horsenality as a tool to build to bridleless riding.  Build a responsive partner with light communication and a rider with very good feel and timing.

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!
  • Level 2 Freestyle skills and patterns with excellence
  • Prepare for bridleless riding, stick riding: 1 and 2 sticks
  • Bridle from your horse's back
  • Ride with neck string
  • Drop to trot lead changes
  • Transitions- walk, trot, canter
  • Sideways without a fence, without reins  
  • Bullseye, Cloverleaf, Bow Tie, Figure 8, Million Transitions, Question box, Obstacles 
  • Open gates
  • Small Jumps


The goal of this Playgroup is to acomplish the following with phase 1 or 2 by the end of this series ( Sept 2011):

  1. Canter with confidence and feel your leads (Level 3)!
  2. You have the basic correct techniques of indirect, direct, and supporting rein (Level 2) with your stick and the neck string (Level 3).
  3. That you know how to use these rein positions to influence your horse's body parts.

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

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