Ranch Riding, Western Horsemanship & English Equitation with Jennifer Moshier

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Event Date(s): Sun, 04/09/2017 - 9:00am
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Jennifer as judge at previous show
Show season is just around the corner! Learn with your horse the new HOT Ranch Riding rules and events from Jennifer on this one day clinic.

Tune up your horse for Horsemanship and Equitation and learn the newest 2017 trends. Be ready when you walk in the gate!  Each part of the day allows for 6 riders with unlimited auditors.  Ranch Riding = $45.   Western Horsemanship & English Equitation = $25.  Auditing = $3 per person

Call Emily at 716-378-7637 for more information or www.shamrockfound.weebly.com  Under Events!

Jennifer brings to the clinic arena over 30 years of industry experience as a career judge, clinician, trainer and instructor. As a judge of 25 years and over 700 shows judged lifetime in the US and Canada, she holds national breed cards with 6 organizations and is an approved 4H judge in 12 states. Jennifer’s annual judging roster spans from local and 4h shows to World level competition. With her roots stemming in 4H and a strong supporter of its programs and life lessons, Jennifer sits on the State 4H Judges Committee in Ohio and is an active rule book advisor for the Kentucky 4H program in addition. As a clinician Jennifer has been a featured clinician for Equine Affaire, Horse World Expo and National Conventions for Pony of the Americas and Gypsy Vanner Horse Society of America. In 2015 she is proud to release her first series of DVDs on training your horse at home for classes such as Showmanship, Pattern Classes and Trail. As an instructor her clients have found success in the show ring from local 4H shows to the All American Quarter Horse Congress.

This event will be held at:

Shamrock Found Farm & Stable
4179 South Nine Mile
Allegany, NY 14706
United States
Phone: 716-378-7637
42° 5' 59.4852" N, 78° 31' 51.6108" W
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