Clinics, Horse Fairs and Expos
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Elizabeth's Clinics are well known and popular through the United States and Canada and Europe. She works through positive reinforcement for the horse and rider. Clinics are about complete and higher level of horsemanship in which to empower the horse owner with as much knowledge as possible in achieving a positive and complete relationship with their horse.
Clinics include teaching Bio-mechanics, making positive choices and applications when using supportive aids such as the human body, bits and bitting, saddle fitting etc. Areas such as Equine psychology, common sense ground work, gait analysis, gait development, what is straightness and how to find it, conditioning, application and benefits of lateral work on the ground and under saddle will all be addressed.
Clinics are geared for all levels and experience
of riders from beginning to very advanced levels. Clinics are not limited
to the gaited breeds and can be formatted to specific needs upon request.
Our goal is to have a positive environment at all clinics, one in which
people have a wonderful time, share and enjoy the thrill of learning
Video Taping of any kind at clinics is prohibited
Clinic Hosting Info:
Any private party or club is welcome to host a
Hosts are to provide plenty of cold drinking
water for the clinician during
A $100.00 in US funds booking fee is required
to confirm dates and is applied towards clinic fee.
Or credit card via Pay pal at account: email@example.com
Clinic host are responsible for making airline
booking and reservations.
As a host you will need to provide a liability release for all attendees to read and sign and Shades of Oak/ Elizabeth Graves LLC will also require all participants to read and sign a liability release as well.
We ask that you have some current riding time on your horse to be prepared for clinic work. Dangerous horses will not be accepted. Please be considerate of other participants, everyone will receive individual attention geared towards your individual goals and/or needs.
Stallions are welcome if they are safe and mannerly. Horses must be presented in healthy condition with current hoof care.
Abuse of any participating clinic horse on clinic grounds will