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Alice Trindle Trail Riding Clinics

 

June 2010 Issue

 

     Horse trainer and clinician, Alice Trindle of T & T Horsemanship, teaches clinics during the summer in locations in the Northwest US and at her ranch.

     One clinic is called Trail Riding & Horsemanship, which is based upon her educational program, “The Art of Developing a Willing Partnership.”

     “Trail Riding” focuses on preparation for the unexpected while trail riding. Participants work on developing confidence and awareness in horse and rider, and practice riding over and through obstacles.

     Riders may also have the opportunity for “one-on-one” sessions with Alice . Private one-hour lessons with Alice are beneficial to all riding disciplines. She will help you guide your horse to new levels of willingness, softness and respect.

     Alice Trindle was born and raised on a ranch in Eastern Oregon and learned horsemanship from such greats as Tom Dorrance, Ray Hunt, Dennis Reis and Bettina Drummond.

     Alice has a gift of communication with both humans and their horses. She says that she is not a “horseman,” but rather, an “aspiring horseman.” She combines her understanding of work-in-hand with classical dressage principles. Through this process, her students gain a “feel” for, and with, the horse; and gain a deeper understanding of the attitudes and movements of the horse. The horse develops true self-carriage with lightness.

     To find out more information about Alice ’s clinics, special events, such as retreats, at the ranch, call 541-856-3356, or visit www.tnthorsemanship.com.

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