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Bobbin Hollow Back to Basics Clinic

Bobbin Hollow is offering a very special clinic for our youth, focusing on "Back to the Basics."  So many equestrians get lost in simplicity. A good rider is a common sense rider, a good rider knows the basics, whether it be Saddle Seat, Hunt Seat, Dressage, Western or whatever discipline you choose. Basic Balance Seat is universal. Many of us try too hard and get frustrated so easily. Bobbin Hollow knows that the youth is the future of our industry, and paying it forward is what we do.

After many successful Adult Saddle Seat Riding Clinics, Bobbin Hollow has decided to share the successful opportunity. Our trainers will provide one-on-one assessments, private and group instructions that focus on the specific needs and goals of each rider. You’ll also learn proper ring management and showmanship procedures from patterns to poise. Lessons are given on BHEC’s fine school horses.

Bring the entire family and spend the weekend in sunny Naples, Florida. Bobbin Hollow is located just 4 miles from the Gulf of Mexico and backs up to the famous Tiburon Golf Course, spa retreats, shopping, excellent restaurants and beautiful beaches. This is a weekend the entire family can enjoy!

Taking participants at a first come first served basis only.

Ages: 21 and under.
Date: Sunday, February 14, 2010.
Cost: $225.00 per person, lunch and refreshments included.
Time: 9 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Contact Lark R. Henry for more information (239) 592-1033 or email .

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