Sean Patrick Horsemanship Clinic
Sean Patrick returns for the summer of 2018!
Our favorite Floridian/Ontarian horsemanship trainer will be joining us again in August. We look so forward to being able to "show off" what we have worked on this winter and be given more ideas to develp that wonderful communication between our horses and us.
$500 (incl. HST)
Rental fee for HBRS horse
Stall fee for own horse
Registration open until March 30th for returning participants only
Registration for new participants opens April 1st
Your space in the clinic is not reserved without payment. Please note deposits are nonrefundable.
About the clinician:
Sean Patrick has been working on his horsemanship as a career since 1992, spending over a decade as a high-country guide and packer in addition to training ranches. Sean now focuses on performance-horse training, colt starting, challenging horses, horsemanship instruction and writing.
Sean has published over 180 equine-related articles in various magazines and the author of best-selling training book "The Modern Horseman's Countdown to Broke."
Sean worked for the McLean family's Tsylos Park Lodge in the west Chilcotin Region of British Columbia, Canada. There, Sean guided international clientele into the rugged mountains of the Pacific Coastal Range for weeklong pack excursions. Sean also led various other horseback trips, guided fly anglers on the Chilko River and Lake and escorted big game enthusiasts into the alpine on horseback.
Sean earned his B.A. at Trent University in Peterborough, Canada, as well as receiving a horseshoeing certificate from Oklahoma's Horseshoeing School in Purcell. In 2004, Sean joined the John Lyons Certification Program in Horse Training at John's facility in Parachute, Colorado.
Sean is a two-time competitor at the prestigious Road to the Horse event, and loves to share his horsemanship at home and around the country. Sean trains and operates his horsemanship school from Pioneer Trail Reserve® in New Smyrna Beach, Florida.
Learn more at seanpatricktraining.com
Photos from 2017:
|Location : Honora Bay Riding Stable|
|Contact : 705.368.6032|