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Horse Training Clinics

2013 Horse Training Clinic & Seminar Schedule

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DateLocationLevelContact
April 21 to 28, 2013White Stallion Ranch
Tucson, Arizona
7-Day Intensive "Gentle Solutions" ClinicCNHC 303-663-7115 or 303-596-0160 or email
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Legendary Horse Whisperer/Horse Gentling Specialists

FRANK BELL and JIM REA

Will Be Holding a 7-Day Intensive "Gentle Solutions" Clinic
At White Stallion Ranch - Tucson, Arizona
April 21 to 28, 2013

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Frank Bell has become a one-man revolution with his unique techniques and has been featured on national TV and radio. Unlock the mysteries of Natural Horsemanship using Frank Bell's highly acclaimed 7-Step Safety System! He has created the most straightforward set of exercises that immediately places a solid foundation under every horse and rider. Heightened safety equals heightened confidence for you and your horse.

 

Whatever equine discipline you choose will be greatly enhanced when you understand the theory, techniques, and timing of this remarkable system.

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Jim Rea is one of Frank’s first Accredited Instructors. Jim lives in Colorado and works extensively with horses that have behavior problems. He is widely recognized for his ability to help horses whose behavior issues are rooted in pain. Jim also is an advocate of natural foot care. Frank and Jim have taught at a number of Wild Horse Workshops teaching people how to gentle wild horses.
Watch a You Tube slide show video of a Frank Bell & Jim Rea clinic at White Stallion Ranch

 

 

LEARN SOLUTIONS FOR
  • Superior Horse/Human Communication

  • Evolved Horsemanship- Remove the Mystery Behind “Natural Horsemanship”

  • Spooking & Shying

  • Aggressiveness and Nervousness

  • Jigging and Prancing

  • Mounting Problems

  • Pullback

  • Hard-to-Bit

  • Herd Bound/Barn Sour

  • Proper Foot Handling

  • Ears/Clippers/Spraying/Bathing

  • Difficult to Saddle

  • Proper Leading and Driving

  • Trailer Loading

  • Locating and Treating Pain

  • Proper Saddling and Saddle Fitting

  • AND A WHOLE LOT MORE!

  • CLINIC DETAILS

     

    Intensives are designed for the serious-minded who sincerely want to improve their communication skills with horses. Professionals as well as pleasure riders benefit greatly from this week of study and fun as each day builds on the previous. As a typical week progresses, each session takes on its own personality as side-trips riding into the mountains, volleyball, swimming, and adult camaraderie develop. Campfires, guitar music, story telling, and dancing are options available to all. Viewed as an adult camp with a theme, this successful format results in the highest degree of retention by students. Even veteran equine professionals are awed by the knowledge they bring home. Working with a large variety of horses with varying issues, it is an invaluable opportunity and critical to the learning process. There is absolutely no substitute for handling dozens of horses in one week!

     

    Dates
    April 21 to 28, 2013
    White Stallion Ranch
    9251 W. Twin Peaks Rd. Tucson, Arizona 85743 
    7-Day Intensive "Gentle Solutions" ClinicCNHC 303-663-7115 or 303-596-0160 or email
    Costs

    Riders: $2950 for 7-day clinic double occupancy. A riding horse is provided for each student. $200 add on for single occupancy; A deposit of $500 for riders reserves your space. Rider space is limited, so reserve early. To assure your space clicking the Reserve my space! button will process your deposit immediately. (Clicking opens a new browser window.) All Major Credit Cards Accepted!

    Reservations Include: Each student receives a Frank Bell Getting Started Package which includes 12' Yacht Rope, halter/lead combo, DVD on Frank's 7-Step Safety System, Gentle Solutions book, Extendable Wand, and Laminated Pocket Card.

    Spectators: $100/day Please call ahead.

     


    Private Sessions with Frank Bell can be scheduled for the day after the clinic.

    Negative Coggins is required for all horses!

     

    Ongoing Seminars and Clinics

    Colorado Natural Horsemanship Center (CNHC) Natural Horsemanship Clinics and Seminars are personally conducted by Jim Rea and are available at two levels, Foundation and Advanced. Clinics and seminars are held a various times and locations throughout the year and are updated and posted on this page.

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    Calhan, CO 80808

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