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    Mustang maven Wylene Wilson-Davis in Ramona April 16-17

    By the Horsetrader sales staff - March 17th, 2016 - Ingate Column

    InGate graphicWylene Wilson-Davis is coming to Rolling Horse Ranch in Ramona on April 16-17, 2016. Wylene is the most recent winner of Mustang Magic, a two-time winner of Supreme Extreme Mustang Makeover, and has been featured in Wild Horse, Wild Ride. She also has been in the 2014 three part miniseries, Mustang Millionaire for NatGeo Wild. Known for making quick and lasting changes for you and your horse, Wylene will provide lessons on how to ride, trust and communicate confidently with your horse, as well as how to create a safe partnership in both normal and “extreme” circumstances. She invites you to come, watch and learn, then leave with a more confident relationship between you and your horse! The clinic runs 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. both days and costs $400 for two days,  $30 per day for auditors. For more info, contact Ellen at e.kayegehrke@gmail.com or 760-419-6768.

     

    Folks interested in carriage driving have two opportunities to watch FREE events in April. The 12th Annual Pleasure Days Carriage Driving Show on April 16-17 at Pierce College Equestrian Center in Woodland Hills will offer 47 driving classes, with Minis through large horses competing with antique and modern type carriages. This is the largest Pleasure Driving Show on the West Coast. Numerous antique-type carriages will be on display from a bygone era.
    Also, the 23rd Annual Pacific Region Driven Dressage Festival will take place April 30-May 1 at the Paso Robles Horse Park.You can watch all sizes of equines compete in training through Advanced Levels of dressage. Numerous obstacle classes are also offered. Judges will be Holly Brinker from Canada, and David Ventura from California. More info, contact Horsetrader driving columnist Trish Demers at driving@horsetrader.com.

    Julie Goodnight is an internationally respected trainer and clinician with experience in many types of training. She grew up riding ponies and horses on an Orlando farm and competed in hunter /jumpers throughout her youth. Julie counts horses among her earliest friends, having spent many summer days hanging out in the horse pasture and studying how the horses moved and interacted. During her college days in New Mexico, Julie earned extra money by warming up Thoroughbreds on the race track. The cowgirl felt at home in the West and soon hit the trails, studying Western disciplines. Always the adventurer, she began leading riders through the Rocky Mountains. As a natural teacher, Julie decided to make horses her life’s work, and to teach people how to work with horses safely and with kindness. Showing her dedication to teaching and safety, Julie earned her Master Instructor and Clinician ranking with the Certified Horsemanship Association, the association she continues to represent as International Spokesperson.
    Now, Julie teaches riders how to be their horse’s leader and to excel in whichever equestrian sport they choose. Her varied background and training in dressage, jumping, racing, reining, colt-starting, cutting, and wilderness riding make her a well rounded instructor. She teaches horse owners around the world how to establish great relationships with their horses through her Clinic Tour, Horse Master with Julie Goodnight television show, Expo Appearances and her many How-To DVDs. Natural horsemanship is founded on understanding horse behavior and the idea that horses look for leadership, direction and assurance that they’re safe and acting appropriately. Julie strives to teach you how to master that ideal and emphasizes the importance of life-long learning. In her clinics, Julie has an upbeat and logical style of teaching. She has a unique ability to bridge natural horsemanship techniques with the principles of classical riding. Now you can learn from Julie in her Goodnight Clinic Tour in San Martin, April 30-May 1. See the ad on in the magazine for more info or for the website.

    Big news from Clews Ranch in San Diego: Buck Brannaman is coming to town! Join him on April 8-11, as he leads his Horsemanship 1 and Cow Working clinics. See the ad in the magazine for more info, or call 858-755-5022 or email BucksClinic@ClewsRanch.com to reserve your space to learn from this incredible horseman.

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