October 30, 2013 09:25
November 2, 3, 4, 2013
Gordon Dalshaug Equine Services and www.HorseOwnerToday.com are excited to offer this outstanding educational opportunity with Dutch Olympian, Ellen Bontje. Ellen will bring competitive skills and classical training techniques together in this 3 day clinic at Willow Ridge Stable, Saskatoon, SK.
Ellen will coach, train and lecture - horses at various stages of their training and development will be presented and discussed. Auditors will be encouraged to participate during the symposiums. Ellen Bontje has been riding on the Dutch Dressage Team since 1988. She has worked with Conrad Schumacher near Frankfurt, Germany for more than twenty years. Ellen began her early apprenticeship with Joseph Neckermann and has made her home in Germany for the past 24 years, where she is the Manager and Senior Trainer for Mr. Schumacher at the Neuhof. Her responsibilities at the Neuhof include training Emma Hindle of GBR who competed at the 2003 European Championships in Hickstead. Ellen has also trained many German advanced level riders who have achieved top placings and championships at national competitions in Germany.
For details http://horseownertoday.com/ellenbontjeworkshop.aspx
July 21, 2012 18:21
Guelph, Ontario - Online courses at Equine Guelph at the University of Guelph, are not your typical classroom! In fact, they are not even your typical online program. Enriched learning, full of interaction with a forum of fellow horse enthusiasts signing in from around the globe discussing cutting edge research is just one reason Equine Guelph's line up of 19 courses continue to expand. Enrolement continues to increase in these evidenced-based courses delivered by an accredited university with top instructors and industry experts. Exercise Physiology instructors Dr. Amanda Waller, of Michigan, and Gayle Ecker, Director of Equine Guelph welcome Gold medal eventer, Jessica Phoenix who will be one of the guest speakers in their class this September when she returns from representing Canada at the London Olympics.
Waller, who has obtained her Ph.D. in Equine Exercise Physiology comments, "as a horse owner and competitor myself, I believe if we ask our horses to do physically demanding tasks then it is our responsibility to make sure we knowledgeably train and prepare them for this task. By continually working to increase our knowledge of training, conditioning and monitoring our horses, we will be better equipped to enhance the horse's athletic performance and to prevent health problems and injuries from developing." Waller goes on to explain one of the clear benefits of taking the Equine Exercise Physiology course with Equine Guelph, is that it provides students with the opportunity to learn the most up-to-date information from instructors and guest speakers that are experts in their field. The most valuable outcome is that students can apply the knowledge they have gained to enhance the welfare of our equine partners.
For more information on Equine Guelph's September line up of courses including: Growth and Development, Equine Nutrition, Health and Disease, Equine Exercise Physiology, Stewardship of the Equine Environment, Equine Business Management, Equine Journalism, and Management of the Equine Environment please visit www.EquineGuelph.ca.
Web Link: http//www.equineguleph.ca/news/
June 15, 2012 12:59
Clinic and demo are being held at Willow Ridge Stable, Saskatoon.
June 12, 2012 11:26
Jackie Johnson trick training clinic registration closes next week. This 2 day clinic involves teaching your horse how to lay down, sit, target, rear, bow, and many others! Its a weekend to spoil you and your horse with just pure fun! Contact me to register! Chelsey Depeel 780-242-6299 www.horseclinic.ca