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  • SW Cowboy Dressage Clinic
    All day
    March 21, 2020

    3811 N Val Vista #9740, Mesa, AZ, 85213

    3811 N Val Vista #9740, Mesa, AZ, 85213

    SW Cowboy Dressage Clinic with Tessa Nicolet, assisted by Judy Mackenzie

    9am-5pm

    Tyler Farms LLC

    3811 N Val Vista Dr #9740, Mesa, AZ 85213

     

    Learn all about Cowboy Dressage, Soft Feel, the Courts, the Tests! Come and improve your horsemanship skills! Get ready for the Spring Gatherings!

    $120, plus $15 Facility Fee

    Special offer for Newcomers – come to your first Clinic with Southwest Cowboy Dressage for only $15, plus Facility Fee!

    For more information call/text Judy Mackenzie on 303 358 6118 or Tessa Nicolet on 928 951 4699.

  • Cowboy Dressage World Spring Gathering and Show
    All day
    March 21, 2020-March 22, 2020

    Find your Clan, Find your Tribe, Find your Family

    Welcome you to Cowboy Dressage World’s Spring Gathering and Show

    March 21-22, 2020

    Rancho Murieta Equestrian Center
    Rancho Murieta, California

    Educational Clinic:  Friday, March 20, 2020

    Sherrill Shotigian-Ross

    Contact: Bev Meyers  |  bevmeyers@outlook.com  |  916.335.0647

    Sign Up for the Spring Show

    CDW Educational Day

    Friday, March 20, 2020
    4:00 p.m. in Arena 3

    Cowboy Dressage with Balance, Bend, and Straightness, with Sherrill Shotigian-Ross

    In Cowboy Dressage we like our horses to bend well, be flexible, and also exhibit straightness.

    Circles will require your horse to develop a great deal of strength in his back and hindquarters— in fact, in his entire body. In order to travel correctly around a turn or circle, your horse must bend his body through his rib cage, rather than simply turn his nose to the inside.

    We desire straightness for many reasons, but mainly to ensure bilateral balance in the horse. It takes time to develop the balance and strength necessary to do any of these maneuvers well.

    Sherrill will be giving you some tips on riding the Cowboy Dressage court with precision and help you get your Cowboy Dressage dreams headed in the right direction.




    A Heart Felt “THANK YOU” to our Generous Sponsors

    Without their support and commitment to Cowboy Dressage our shows would not be possible.

    If you see them at the Show please tell them “thanks.”

    Please Visit Our Sponsors Here!

     

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  • SW Cowboy Dressage Clinic
    All day
    March 22, 2020

    8649 E Woodland Road, Tucson, AZ 85749

    8649 E Woodland Road, Tucson, AZ 85749

    SW Cowboy Dressage Clinic with Tessa Nicolet, assisted by Judy Mackenzie

    9am-5pm

    Kiva Ranch, 8649 E Woodland Road, Tucson, AZ 85749

    Learn all about Cowboy Dressage, the philosophy, Soft Feel, the Courts, the Tests! Come and improve your horsemanship skills! Get ready for the Tucson Spring Gathering in April!

    $135 ($25 of rider fee goes to SAVER), $25 to audit. $70 deposit to reserve your place. Covered stalls available $20/night. Day stalls $15/day.

    Special offer for Newcomers – your first clinic with Southwest Cowboy Dressage is only $15, plus $25 to SAVER.

    To sign up: Contact Nori Shaw on 520 990 8818

  • Cowboy Dressage World Spring Gathering and Show
    All day
    March 22, 2020-March 22, 2020

    Find your Clan, Find your Tribe, Find your Family

    Welcome you to Cowboy Dressage World’s Spring Gathering and Show

    March 21-22, 2020

    Rancho Murieta Equestrian Center
    Rancho Murieta, California

    Educational Clinic:  Friday, March 20, 2020

    Sherrill Shotigian-Ross

    Contact: Bev Meyers  |  bevmeyers@outlook.com  |  916.335.0647

    Sign Up for the Spring Show

    CDW Educational Day

    Friday, March 20, 2020
    4:00 p.m. in Arena 3

    Cowboy Dressage with Balance, Bend, and Straightness, with Sherrill Shotigian-Ross

    In Cowboy Dressage we like our horses to bend well, be flexible, and also exhibit straightness.

    Circles will require your horse to develop a great deal of strength in his back and hindquarters— in fact, in his entire body. In order to travel correctly around a turn or circle, your horse must bend his body through his rib cage, rather than simply turn his nose to the inside.

    We desire straightness for many reasons, but mainly to ensure bilateral balance in the horse. It takes time to develop the balance and strength necessary to do any of these maneuvers well.

    Sherrill will be giving you some tips on riding the Cowboy Dressage court with precision and help you get your Cowboy Dressage dreams headed in the right direction.




    A Heart Felt “THANK YOU” to our Generous Sponsors

    Without their support and commitment to Cowboy Dressage our shows would not be possible.

    If you see them at the Show please tell them “thanks.”

    Please Visit Our Sponsors Here!

     

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  • Western Equine Services Presents: Youth Horsemanship With Intro To Cowboy Dressage
    00:00
    March 25, 2020

    March 25 12-4, Youth Horsemanship With Intro To Cowboy Dressage 
    “A child’s mind is not a container to be filled, but rather a fire to be kindled” – Dorothea Brande. Soft feel and partnership, let’s start incorporating these philosophies into our youth rider’s repertoire! This clinic will not only touch on those elements, but will also show how they can be incorporated into whichever discipline our youth are riding. Elements of Cowboy Dressage, as well as some test riding, will also be introduced. There will be time at the end of the clinic for some horseback games!The group will be kept to a limit of 6 riders, to allow for individualized teaching. Ages 14 and under are welcome to participate. Riders must be independent with the basics of tacking up, handling, and riding walk/trot safely. If you are coming, please comment on what you are bringing. Parent must CALL to register, 541-728-7004. Cost is $50.

     

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