$500 ($250 deposit) includes camping & pen; Auditing $25/day
- Starts Jul 9Starts Jul 9
- 500 US dollars$500
- Lucky Duck Ranch
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.
No refunds without a vet or doctor note up to a month before a clinic. After that, you will receive a refund if we can fill your spot from a waiting list. You will be responsible for contacting the waiting list in its priority order. After that you may also 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.
713 Westwood Heights Road, Sagle, ID, USA Directions can be downloaded at https://www.luckyduckranch.com/contact