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On-the-Trail Group Lessons

A large percentage of equestrians are involved in trail riding and other recreational equine pursuits. An On-the-Trail Group Lesson with Ty allows you to pursue these activities with the support and guidance of a trusted horseman and experienced teacher. He will help you develop the tools and mindset needed to work towards becoming an effective leader for your horse. Ty’s techniques will help you foster a relaxed, yet responsive, partnership with your horse.

Focal Points:

  • Eliminating separation anxiety
  • Helping the horse who spooks
  • Building confidence in horse and rider
  • Maneuvering obstacles on the trail
  • Infuencing speed within gaits
  • Increasing responsiveness, decreasing reactiveness
  • Developing strategies for group rides to get the most out of trail riding
  • Promoting a relaxed horse
  • Quality of the ride, not quantity

Cancellation Policy:

No refund will be given if a substitute rider is not found.

If a substitute rider is found,
More than 10 days prior to clinic...refund, less 10% of fee
Within 10 days of the clinic ...refund, less 15% of fee

July 6-7, 2018........Demonstration & On-the-Trail Group Lesson
July 6 from 7pm-8:30pm....Demonstration
8:30pm-9pm....Additional Q&A
July 7 from 7:30am-Noon...Group Trail Lesson
Openings: 0 left out of 5 rider spots
Location: Salt Creek Ranch, 4215 E. 245th St. Lyndon, KS 66451
To Register Contact Carol Retzer
Format: On-the-Trail

Prepayment and Registration required to reserve a spot
Make checks payable to: Ty Haas Horsemanship LLC
Mail payments to: PO Box 3594
Lawrence, KS 66046
Please bring a chair.
Overnight accommodations available
Event is rain or shine...indoor arena available should it rain

Participants will see three separate demonstrations by Ty using participants' horses during the evening of July 6. Discussion will be focused around the topic of "Gaining Your Horse's Attention through Groundwork". The groundwork will include work on a lead and at liberty. Participants are encouraged to spend the night to be prepared for the morning ride starting at 7:30am. Specific topics during the ride are directed by the participant and their horse. The goal is not to see how many miles can be ridden, but rather to focus on the quality of the miles that are ridden.

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