LDR Clinics

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Cancellation Policy

If you need to cancel, you will receive a refund if you can fill your spot from the waiting list. You will be responsible for contacting the waiting list in its priority order.  After that you may sell your spot yourself, if necessary. Should the clinic need to be cancelled for reasons beyond our control - all participants will receive a full refund or ranch credit.

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July 9-10, 2022

$500 / $250 deposit - includes camping and pen

Auditing $25/day

Nonny will be focusing on getting a barrel/gaming horse ready with Cowboy Dressage techniques. 


Nonny has been a trainer, coach, and judge since 1987. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Science from the University of Nevada, Reno and she was the coach at the University of California, Chico from 1990-1992. She is a Cowboy Dressage Recommended judge, clinician and trainer.

During her career, she has had the opportunity to work with many different breeds of horses. As a youth and amateur, she showed Arabians, Half Arabians and Quarter Horses. As a professional, she has coached many youth and amateur riders to AQHA All-Around Championships and shown many horses to Circuit and Regional Championships.

Nonny has been a judge for many different organizations, including Cowboy Dressage. She is fair and knowledgeable and is always willing to help the exhibitors. She continues her education as an official and as a professional frequently attending seminars and clinics.

Nonny believes in open lines of communication between the horse and rider and strives to help her students be successful so they can truly enjoy their equine partners .Her emphasis is on a balanced seat and using the legs and hands together to obtain a willing and trusting partnership.

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July 22-24, 2022

$600 / $300 deposit - includes camping and pen.

Auditing $25/day

Lyn Ringrose-Moe grew up in the central California foothills in Mariposa County. As a child she was always impressed with the California stock horses. Lyn has always been a cowgirl at heart and has always loved horses – all kinds.

Always striving to give the horse the benefit of the doubt, Lyn travels internationally helping riders and horses achieve their goals while always maintaining a gentle, kind approach. As a coach, Lyn helps many riders achieve their personal best through her positive, supportive coaching methods. She believes in the possibilities in each horse (or mule) and rider and strives to bring out the best qualities in each.

Lyn has a keen interest in teaching others how to ride their horses and mules into a state of mental and physical soundness, stressing the importance of groundwork for developing a deep connection and partnership. She is constantly advancing her own knowledge of both equine and rider biomechanics. Because of her multi-discipline background, she understands the difficulties found within each equine discipline and has developed ways to help both horses and riders. Keeping horses and mules sound well into their senior years is a passion for Lyn. She is all about balanced horses (mules) with balanced riders, while having FUN.

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September 10-11, 2022

$700 / $350 deposit - includes camping and pen.

Auditing $25/day


For almost 4 decades Richard Winters has been pursuing and perfecting the art of horsemanship.
​For all these years, Richard and his wife Cheryl's motto has been "Enjoy the Journey!” From teaching his first clinic at a junior college in the early 1980s, the Winters’ have literally traveled around the world sharing his unique brand of horsemanship. Understanding horses and perhaps more importantly, understanding people, has been the key to Richard helping literally thousands of people achieve their own personal horsemanship goals.

Among his many accolades, Richard won the National Reined Cow Horse Association World Championship in 2005 and took top honors at the Road to the Horse Colt Starting Championship in 2009. He is also a top-five finalist at the Cowboy Dressage World Finals and author of From Rider to Horseman, published in 2016 by Western Horseman Magazine. In recent years, Richard has been traveling the country and world helping horse owners - professionals and amateurs - learn how to train themselves and their horses for better outcomes.

In the summer of 2017 Richard and Cheryl's journey took an unexpected yet exciting new turn. Richard accepted the invitation to be "Director of the Horse Program" at the historic and prestigious Thacher School in Ojai, California. This college preparatory boarding school has a 125-year history of academic excellence and strong horsemanship. Thacher has always believed that the challenges and responsibilities of horse care and horsemanship have the ability to teach life lessons that reach to the classroom, relationships, careers and beyond. After serving as Thacher's Horse Program Director for two years the Winters are embarking on a new yet very familiar adventure.