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Bobbin Hollow Riding Clinic



Bobbin Hollow presents its “Saddle Up In The Sun” Clinic, Jan. 9 - 11, 2009. Want to learn the very basics of saddle seat? Do not know how to post, but always wanted to? Advanced riders test your skill-set to the limit. Open to riders in the English discipline of all levels.

Ride under the palm trees in Sunny Naples, Fla., with People’s Choice Equitation Instructor, Lark Rene Henry and her father, Woodrow W. Henry II and special guests, all who have trained Saddlebred and Morgan horses and riders to many world titles at the World’s Championship Horse Show in Louisville, Ky., and Grand National and World Championship Morgan Horse Show in Oklahoma City, Okla.

Catering to the adult equine enthusiast, this unique three-day clinic is designed to strengthen your entire riding experience. The trainers will provide one-on-one assessments and group instructions that focus on the specific needs and goals of each rider. You'll learn proper ringmanship and showmanship procedures from equitation patterns to poise. Lessons will be given on BHEC’s fine school horses.

Not only do you get top trainers in the country, but an industry leading custom equestrian clothier and a master of science physical therapist who will observe each rider to determine his/her postural stability, core and body strength. Pamper yourself ringside with a massage by a certified LMT, catered lunch on Friday and Saturday and a sunset cruise in the Gulf of Mexico Friday evening.

Space is limited, so sign up today. Don’t miss the new Parent & Child Clinic, Feb. 14-16, 2009. For more information visit the web site www.bobbinhollow.com. Call or email at (239) 592-1033 or bobbinhollow@aol.com.

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