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Saddle Up In The Sun, Adult Saddle Seat Riding Clinic



Bobbin Hollow Equestrian Center is pleased to announce its fifth annual Adult Saddle Seat Riding clinic on January 12-15, 2012 at its facility in Naples, Florida. Located just five miles from pristine beaches on the Gulf of Mexico, Bobbin Hollow has a 50-year history of enhancing the field of elite training and riding instruction with first-class hospitality.

Guests of the Adult Saddle Seat Clinic will enjoy three days of personal and group riding instruction along with special after-hours social activities.

This Clinic is offered to beginner to advanced riders and includes a customized clinic lesson plan, daily one-on-one riding assessments, show-level instruction to enhance riding proficiency, and take-home tools to help riders stay focused and fit.

Added to this year’s clinic are personal and private one-on-one riding sessions that identify and remedy problem areas caused by personal setbacks, such as fear, injury, accidents or whatever it may be. Limited space available for this program.

In addition to riding instruction, participants will receive a personal postural assessment on and off their horse which includes a systematic list of areas of weakness and/or concern along with potential causes and corrective recommendations, all established by Bobbin Hollow Trainer(s) and Physical Therapist, and a very popular treat including a relaxing massage by a Certified LMT.

Riders interested in participating in the Adult Saddle Seat Riding Clinic can contact Bobbin Hollow at (239) 592-1033, ride@bobbinhollow.com.

To learn more about Bobbin Hollow, visit www.bobbinhollow.com.

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