We will spend time focusing on goals for the summer, each participant will make their own vision board to take home and keep as a reminder of their summer/year long goals. In
the saddle we will do warm ups, techniques/styles, and introduce new excercises and pattern work to help you in each of these events. We will also spend time discussing participants
goals and developing a plan to meet these goals. This clinic is open to all ages of riders, but they must be confident in their riding skills (walk, trot and lope/canter independently)
and they should own their own horse/lease a horse, however their will be a limited number of lessons horses available for students with CRE instructor approval. Clinic participants
receive a hat for clinic participation and take home journal. All day Thursday participants should pack a lunch, all participants need to pack snacks and water.
June 15-16, 2023
9:00am-12:00pm Barrels / Poles
12:30pm-3:30pm Goats / Roping
9:00am-12:30pm Review, Warm ups/exercises, timed events/discussion review
$225 - Thurs/Fri AM Barrels/Poles Only
$225 - Thurs PM & Fri/AM Roping/Goats Only
$400 - All Sessions
Amy Prechter (barrels/poles/roping/goats) & Justin Hanson (Roping/Goats)
Register for Clinic
Do you have a youngster that is interested in learning about barrel racing/pole bending? Come learn from instructor Amy Prechter who has years of experience breeding and training performance
horses, as well as speed event competition experience, money earnings and titles in her career history. In our half day Barrel Racing/Pole Bending Camp, participants will spend
time learning valuable warm up exercises for horse and rider on and off of the horse, as well as learning the patterns, drills and techniques. This clinic is open for all ages of
riders, but they must be confident in their riding skills (walk/ trot independently, and working on cantering/loping independently). The last portion of second day campers will be
able to make a time run on both the barrel and pole pattern. We will video each run, review and discuss each campers runs. This camp is open for students that would like to participate
on their own/leased horse. We also do have a limited number of CRE lesson horses available for use in the clinic, please message for instructor approval of horse use prior to signing up
for the clinic. All participants will receive a journal and hat for participating in clinic. They will need to pack snacks/water.
June 12-13, 2023
July 17-18, 2023
August TBD based on interest
$450 per camp
Open to all ages and levels, who are serious horse enthusiasts. This class is all on the ground, no riding. This clinic was developed to teach all aspects of horse husbandry.
Class will cover feeding/nutrition, first aid/TPR's of horses, traveling/trailering with your horse, horse management practices, horse conformation/anatomy/breed types,
proper tack and fitting of your horse, and basic ground work maneuvers from leading/knot tying to lunging and bitting up your horse in the round pen.
Each student will receive a journal and CRE hat if you participate in more than 3 dates. Specific topics will be listed next to each class date on the group lesson calendar. View Group lesson Calendar
June 6th, 2023 - Horse Safety on the Ground / Ground Work Part 1
June 20th, 2023 - Horse Management / Feeding / Nutrition / Ground Work Part 2
July 11th, 2023 - Tack / Fitting / Leg Protection
July 25th, 2023 - Equine First Aid / TPRS / Emergency
August 8th, 2023 - Trailering / Traveling with Horses
August 22nd, 2023 - Equine Conformation / Anatomy / Bree
(Potluck bring an appetizer/beverage to share)
$55 per class
$330 to take all 6 classes
Register for Clinic
Students should be comfortable at walk, trot, and canter to participate in this clinic, it is okay if they have never ridden English. This clinic will focus on introducing the basic fundamentals of English riding from tack, attire, type of horses, and various events within the English Riding disciplines. The clinic will focus on hunt seat equitation, hunter pleasure, dressage and jumping basics. Open to all ages.
TBD - Please contact us if you are interested in this, dates may be added
Amy Prechter of Cedar Ridge Equine
These fun days are scheduled prior to Cowboy Dressage Virtual Shows due dates, with the idea that we can help you get your tests successfully recorded and
ready for submission. We will have a sign up for ride times so you know exactly when to be ready to ride your test, will have both open and challenge
courts available, sound system available for any musical freestyle tests, callers available to read your test and will also video your test/s for you.
Hauls in welcome. Please make sure to sign up and email Amy at email@example.com to let her know what tests you would like to do, time requests
and what items you will contribute to potluck. Amy is happy to help work with you to determine what tests are a good fit for you and your horse as well.
- Potluck lunch for participants at Noon.
- Ride test times will start at 1pm (we will offer a morning session of ride test times if needed)
CRE Cowboy Dressage Fun Dates:
Must contact Amy at firstname.lastname@example.org to register.
Have you ever wondered how you could help your horse be a better athlete? Would you like to ride with more ease and feel like you are one with your horse?
These are questions many of us strive to answer. Often, the underlying cause of discord between horse and rider is the lack of spatial awareness and "centeredness"
of both horse and rider. Learning to evaluate the asymmetries of both horse and rider can be a game changer for both. Once we understand the strengths and weaknesses
of our horses, we can begin an intelligent approach to helping them improve. Once we understand our own asymmetries, we can improve our posture and alignment both on
and off the horse. In our discussion together, we will look at both horses and riders and discuss simple solutions for improving the posture in both. The approach is
simple and uncomplicated and applies to horses and riders in any discipline. The clinic will include time spent on basic Cowboy Dressage maneuvers, balance, straightness,
gaits and timing/footfall.
Tuesday 9-4pm Riding Groups
Wednesday 9-4pm Riding Groups
Learn more about Lyn Ringrose-Moe by visiting: www.LRMEquestrian.com
Come join us for a fun afternoon of riding and painting, with local artist Allison McGree (www.AllisonMcGree.com).
This event will be composed of two parts: We will offer a horsemanship riding lesson for first two hours. No experience riding? Don’t own a horse? No problem, we have horses available
and will offer two different lessons at same time one geared for introductory horsemanship and one for intermediate/advanced horsemanship riders. Riding sessions will be taught by Amy
Prechter and Justin Hanson and will be followed by appetizers and beverages that will lead into painting your own equine themed work of art. No painting experience required. Instructor
Alison McGree will help you with a step by step process. You will get to take home a finished acrylic painting on stretched canvas.
May 7, 2023 (Mother's Day themed)
$75 - Ride only: 2pm
$75 - Painting only: 4-6pm
$140 - Both Ride & Painting
Register for Clinic