Come and be one of the first to learn Linda’s easy to follow brilliant new curriculum at Carmel Valley Trail & Saddle Club 85 East Garzas Road Carmel Valley, CA 93924
I am so excited to share with you my latest discoveries in teaching you how to be a better leader, communicator and rider for your horse. After 30 years of teaching and now several months of working out the best ways to teach you to be successful, I selected 10 of the most popular and necessary topics. The first three modules nail the core behaviors: Connection, Relaxation, Responsiveness. The next three cover qualities: Confidence, Impulsion, Bending. The last four relate more to performance: Harmony, Agility, Purpose and Power.
No matter your level of expertise or chosen discipline, How to Talk Horse will help you progress and solve problems because it is behavior-based training – focused on your desires, your horse’s needs and the overarching goal of a happy horse.
I’ve called my program How To Talk Horse because it is about learning how to communicate with horses and an understanding of horse behavior and individual characters. I can’t wait to show you what it’s all about in person this August!
DOG POLICY: No dogs are permitted on the T&SC grounds during a show or clinic. The Trail & Saddle Club is a horse facility, and the safety of horse and rider is our first priority. Thank you for your cooperation.
Join us for the 14th annual Ranch Roundup! Planned are stockhorse classes, branding events, ranch trail, ranch pleasure, ranch cattle sorting and other ranch-related activities for adults and children.
ENTRIES OPEN AUGUST 1
DOG POLICY: No dogs are permitted on the T&SC grounds during any show or clinic. The Trail & Saddle Club is a horse facility, and the safety of horse and rider is our first priority. Thank you for your cooperation.