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Horsemanship Clinic in Hamilton, Montana

with Alice Trindle

 

July 2012 issue

 

      Alice Trindle, of T&T Horsemanship, will hold a three-day riding clinic for riders in all disciplines July 27-29, 2012, at the Vogt Ranch in Hamilton, Montana.

      The clinic will be followed by two days of lesson sessions.

 

Horsemanship Clinic with Alice Trindle July 27-29, 2012, Hamilton, MT

      Trindle presents a clear, progressive and challenging approach to working with horses which is based on developing positive attitude and willing movement. She has a gift of communication with both humans and their horses — and says that she is not a “horseman,” but rather, an “aspiring horseman.”

      In Trindle’s pursuit of understanding horses and our relationship to horses, she has developed a variety of ways to explain how, when, why, and where to use posture and attitude of the rider as key components. She will also work to assist the rider in visualizing and feeling how posture aids the movement of the horse.

      Trindle conducts clinics in Western states and at her ranch in Haines , Oregon . The “Riding the Land of the Dorrances,” is a two-day experience which focuses on the influences of master horsemen, Tom and Bill Dorrance, whose roots are in northeastern Oregon. Limited to eight participants, the clinic features private lessons, as well as rides across rangelands which were the heritage of the Dorrance brothers. 

 

Horsemanship Clinic with Alice Trindle July 27-29, 2012, Hamilton, MT

      For location questions about the Hamilton , MT , clinic and lessons call Janie or Steve Vogt at 406-363-1118 or 406-360-9965.

            For more information or to register for this clinic and lessons, call 541-856-3356 or 541-519-7234. For more information on T&T Horsemanship and Alice Trindle, visit www.tnthorsemanship.com.

 

 

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