I received so much great feedback about my “A Short Course in Horsemanship” series I offered for the first time last winter, I decided to do it again this year!
If you haven’t been to one of these classes yet, they are a great way to learn, review and discuss the foundational concepts of horsemanship when it’s just too darn cold to get out to the barn!
This 4 class course covers the nature of the horse as a species, his culture, his language, terminology, my approach and methods, footwork, and the basic skills you will need to train your horse.
Each two-hour class will be held on Saturday mornings from 9am to 11am at the NorthEast Millerton Library Annex, 28 Century Blvd. Millerton, NY 12546.
If you would like to attend one or all of the classes you must call Margaret Beeman in advance at 845-518-9376 to pre-register.
Look forward to seeing you there!
2019 A Short Course in Horsemanship Class Schedule*
Saturday, Feb. 9th: Intro to Horsemanship: Understanding the Nature of the Horse
Saturday, February 16th: Understanding the Horse’s Movement
Saturday, February 23rd: Communicating with the Horse: Presence & Position
March 2nd: Circle Work
Make-up dates for cancellations due to inclement weather are March 9th and 16th
*This program is neither sponsored by nor affiliated with the North East – Millerton Library.