Natural Horse Solutions

Spring Horsemanship Camp

Event Address: 435 Little Rd, Canton, GA 30115

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Description

This camp will be designed for the Riders that have already started their horsemanship journey in any discipline. This is a five day progressive study of Natural horsemanship. Mornings will be ground work focus, covering topics like gaining your horses mind and respect in preparation for riding and trouble shooting.

 

Afternoons will be in the saddle. The focus of our riding sessions will be body control at different speeds, and riding balance and relaxation at all three gaits. We will spend time working on trail obstacle challenges, seat building exercises, as well as collection and western dressage.

 

Cost will be $300 for the week. Off property horses will have dry lot accommodations for the week for no charge. If stall care is desired it will be $50 for all nights, participants will be responsible for cleaning their own horses pens and stalls. Out side horses will need to bring their own feed, hay, water buckets and feeders, Negative coggins and shot record with strangles vaccination. Lesson horses will be available to lease for the week for $50 if you are horseless.

Plan on to bringing lunch and eating on property the first day.

 

Payments

** Checks payable to Natural Horse Solutions **

Mail Checks to:

Natural Horse Solutions

6175 Hickory Flat Hwy

Ste. 110-108

Canton, GA

30115

 

Pay in Person:

Call Betsy at (404)226-4449 to schedule

 

Pay Online:

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Betsy Moles

Betsy Moles is based at Wild at Heart Ranch in Canton, GA. She has been teaching, showing, and training horses for the past 20+ years. She offers both English and Western lessons for students as young as 5. She shares her philosophy of Natural Horsemanship with her adult students through weekend clinics and week long camps...

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Natural Horse Solutions

435 Little Rd. Canton, GA

(404)226-4449

naturalhorsesolutions@betsymoles.com

Betsy offers both English and Western Lessons

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