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Penn-Ohio Futurity Sponsoring Tre Lee Training Clinic

SPRINGFIELD, Ohio – The Penn-Ohio Futurity’s annual Training Clinic, to be held Saturday, February 27, will be conducted be renowned young horseman Tre Lee. This unique opportunity to learn from one of the top young horseman in the industry will be part of a jam packed day of exciting events beginning with the American Saddlebred Horse Association of Ohio tack swap at 9am, proceeding to the Tre Lee Clinic at 10am, followed by a luncheon and the UPHA Chapter 13 Sale Horse Preview. All this will take place at the beautiful (and heated) Champions Center in Springfield, Ohio, which is easily accessible from I-70.

Among the topics and training techniques Tre Lee will be covering are: collection and headset; long lining; conditioning; working in a full bridle; maximizing your horse’s motion; show ring strategy; achieving show ring finish; how to develop a training program; and much more. Mr. Lee will also demonstrate several of his methods and clinic participants may bring their own horses to work with on site.

Cost for the clinic is only $25 per person, with an additional $25 for each horse. Tables for the ASHAO Tack Swop are $10. An online catalogue for the UPHA Chapter 13 Sale Horse Preview, which features Saddlebreds, Morgans and Hackneys, can be found at The Sale Horse Preview event is intended to be an opportunity for owners/trainers to present their show horses for sale and for potential buyers to view a large selection of horses available for purchase. Price ranges will be indicated in the catalog. Admission to the UPHA Sale Horse Preview is free.

To reserve your spot at the Tre Lee Clinic please contact Marcia Belcher, 330-421-4091 For tables at the Tack Swap contact Donna Schultz, 330-421-5600 April Vercoe, 419-929-8954, is handling information on the UPHA Chapter 13 Sale Preview.

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