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Nicole Carswell Hosts TWHBEA Riding Camp



NICOLE CARSWELL, NATIONAL CLINICIAN FOR THE TENNESSEE WALKING HORSE BREEDERS’ AND EXHIBITORS’ ASSOCIATION , HOSTS RIDING CAMPS FOR ALL AGES AND SKILL LEVELS

 

Come ride with Nicole Carswell, one of most respected and successful instructors in the industry!  Nicole will be directing riding camps for all ages and skill levels.  Nicole is a nationally rated clinician, TWHBEA Certified Riding Instructor, and author of A Matter of Pride, Tennessee Walking Horse Rider’s Guide to Correct Horsemanship. Registration forms for all camps can be downloaded at www.twhbea.com.

 

TWHBEA Youth Summer Riding Camp, Shelbyville, TN

June 28-30, 2006

Overnight or day camp for ages 12 and up includes lodging, meals, and snacks.  Topics will include basic riding skills, equitation, showmanship, horse health, tack, grooming, hoof care, show attire, and basic training. Campers are encouraged to bring their own horses and must provide their own feed, hay, and bedding. A limited number of horses can be furnished by the camp. Fee is $300 for overnight campers and $250 for day campers.

 

TWHBEA EQUITATION CLINIC, Murfreesboro, TN

July 26 – 27, 2006

Work on your skills as an equitation rider!  Instruction will be given in a specific equitation class atmosphere where all riders have the same goal – becoming their best in the show ring for equitation competition.  There are no age limits and open to all types of TWHs! Any rider who is serious about or considering equitation competition, will find this clinic informative and challenging!  Fee is $250.

 

TWHBEA ADULT RIDING CAMP, Morehead, KY

July 13-15, 2006

Three intense days of learning and fun include riding sessions focused on training and properly gaiting your TWH, bitting, shoeing, riding instruction for more effective riding, maneuvers, cantering, and helping each person strive toward a personal goal they have been working to attain.  Fee is $400.

 

TWHBEA LADIES RETREAT, Morehead, KY

SEPTEMBER 29 – 30, 2006

Ladies, you will not want to miss this!  Take a break from work and get away to this scenic location to have fun riding TWHs and learning how to be a safer, more confident rider.  We will host two riding sessions per day, enjoy a special topic or presentation each day, and have one undisclosed treat!  Fee is $250.

 

TWHBEA INSTRUCTOR’S SCHOOL, Morehead, KY

JUNE 15 – 17, 2006

Enjoy three days of intense training for both beginner and experienced instructors.  Work with Nicole Carswell and other instructors on:
•Verbal communication
•Problem solving
•Developing an eye for safe and correct riding
•Teaching show ring technique
•Exercises and games
•Distinguishing levels of riding
•Building your lesson program as a business
•Building your technique as an instructor

 

Fee is $500.  TWHBEA Certification testing will be available at the end of this school for an additional $50. 

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