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Interested in a private clinic at our place, Highgrove Farm, in LaPorte Indiana, give us a call at 219-778-4342.

For 2021 we will be hosting 3 clinics at our facility, Highgrove Farm, in LaPorte Indiana.

Registration for Highgrove Farm and other clinics are listed below.



March 13-14 Private Event


April 10-11 Private Event


May 1-2 ***CLINIC IS FULL*** Call to get on waiting list

Stock Horse “Ready, Set, Show” Clinic at Highgrove Farm

For both Show and non-show riders

Emphasis is on Horsemanship in creating a soft, responsive horse with smooth transitions
that is well-rounded, dependable, and a pleasure to ride. The clinic is great for both those
looking to show in Stock horse associations/classes or those non-show folks looking to
create a more versatile, all-around horse.  Horsemanship exercises will focus on Ranch Riding,
Ranch Trail, Ranch Reining, and Cow Work classes.

May 21 Private Clinic

May 22-23
Horsemanship & Cattle Clinic
Millcreek Farm, Stuyvesant, New York
Contact Info: Wendy Shufelt 518-821-0707
Topics include body control, lead changes, collection, lateral
movement for cattle work with focus on proper positioning.
Cow work will include herd work and ranch cutting.
Clinic accommodates beginner to advanced riders/horses.



June 12-13 ***CLINIC IS FULL*** Call to get on waiting list
Cowboy Skills Clinic at Highgrove Farm
Get out of the arena and learn/improve skills that make a handy horse. Skills learned will be useful on the ranch, on the trail or in the show pen. Great clinic to build confidence for you and your horse out of the arena.
·       Horsemanship exercises out of the arena.
·       Natural obstacle negotiation.
·       Log dragging.
·       Ranch roping dummy and real cattle. No previous experience required.
·       Cattle work; cutting, sorting, and penning. No previous experience required.
REGISTRATION FORM

June 26-27 PRIVATE EVENT


July 17-18 

Horsemanship Clinic with some Obstacle confidence work
Dancing Hoofbeats, Jacksonville, Illinois
Contact Info: Sarah Scheerer 217-320-1807
The clinic accommodates novice to advanced riders. Reoccurring participants
from previous clinics are always  challenged! Steve's horsemanship exercises focus on creating a
light horse that is responsive, soft and fluid in  movements. Steve will work with riders to sit
a balanced, active seat teaching them to understand how to control the  horses body parts and how
to give cues that are correct and clear. This clinic will include some advanced maneuvers
thereby challenging both riders and horses to rise to the next level. We will also spend some
time in this clinic on  obstacles to build confidence in the horse and rider as well as re-enforce
exercises on how to control a horse’s body  position through effective and timely cues.

 


July 24-25 PRIVATE EVENT

July 31 - August 1
Horsemanship Clinic
Kuka's Equestrian Center, Maple Plain, Minnesota
Contact Info: Shelly Theis 320-674-0240
Clinic accommodates novice thru advanced riders. Exercises are tailored to
each individual rider/horse. Become a more effective communicator by learning
techniques to achieve a soft, responsive horse through proper rein management,
timing & release, collection, isolating the horse’s body parts and exercises to
improve performance on the trail or in the show arena.
REGISTRATION FORM AVAILABLE SOON!!

August 11-15 PRIVATE CLINIC

August 27-28 PRIVATE CLINIC

Sept 13-17 PRIVATE CLINIC


Sept 18-19 PRIVATE EVENT


Sept 25-26
Advanced Horsemanship & Cattle Clinic at Highgrove Farm

Topics include body control, lead changes, collection, lateral  movement, cattle work with focus on proper positioning
Learn techniques to better communicate with your equine partner.  Become the rider your horse always wanted.
Develop that “push-button” horse for the trails  or develop that show horse that brings you home the buckle.

Oct 2-3
Horsemanship Clinic
Feathers & Lace Farm, Iowa website
Contact: Barb Yeazel 515-975-3265
Clinic accommodates novice thru advanced riders. Exercises are tailored to
each individual  rider/horse. Become a more effective communicator by learning
techniques to achieve a soft, responsive horse  through proper rein management,
timing & release, collection, isolating the horse’s body parts and exercises to
improve performance on the trail or in the show arena.


Oct 16-17 PRIVATE EVENT

Nov 13-14 PRIVATE EVENT

Nov 19-21 PRIVATE EVENT