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Diamond I welcomes Rhiannon Yard to Chino Hills

From Horsetrader sales staff - January 15th, 2015 - Ingate Column

The Diamond I Ranch would like to welcome USDF Bronze and Silver medalist Rhiannon Yard and Equine Fuzion to its facility in Chino Hills. Specializing in natural horsemanship, fusing equestrian disciplines with confidence and a fun-filled atmosphere, Rhiannon is currently accepting new horses and riders for training and lessons. Diamond I Ranch is a beautiful, quiet and clean private ranch, offering top quality care and competitive boarding rates. The newly remodeled facility is a peaceful haven for horses and riders alike! Call Jen at (909) 952-5596 for boarding info, and you can reach Rhiannon at (714) 348-2170 for training and lesson info. See the ad on page 45.

The San Diego Equestrian Center welcomes two new trainers! MM Training, with Michelle Motyl and Kailyn Franz, specializes in show jumping, equitation, hunters and hunter equitation from beginners to advanced. And for the Western riders, Yannay Moshe and Sliders Performance Horses provides reining training from start to finish, colt starting, Western riding lessons, as well as a non-pro program. With its clean, spacious facilities and warm, inviting atmosphere, the San Diego Equestrian Center is the perfect place to enjoy your horses, no matter your discipline or goals. Being close to the beach, the weather is perfect – with an ocean breeze almost every day of the year. SDEC offers multiple arenas with state-of-the-art footing, round pens and turn-outs. Footing in the arenas is important for performance horses, and the arenas are watered and groomed regularly. See the ad on page 53 for more info!

How fast can an expert natural horsemanship trainer gentle and ride a colt? That question will be answered at the Colt Starting Challenge USA, scheduled Feb. 27-28 at George Ingalls Equestrian Center in Norco. The horses have never been saddled, bridled, or ridden at all. Come watch eight talented contestants compete to tame these unbroken horses in just a few hours, and ride them through an obstacle course. Judges will decide the winner, and prize money will be awarded. Buy your tickets now, only $15! For more info, call (808) 269-3408, and see the Colt Starting Challenge ad on page 27!

Make sure to mark your calendars early for legendary horseman and clinician Buck Brannaman, coming to Clews Ranch in San Diego April 10-13. This is your chance to learn from one of the leading practitioners of natural horsemanship. Buck will cover Horsemanship 1 in the mornings, and then it’ll be cow working in the afternoons. Call Christian Clews at (858) 755-5022 to reserve your spot – better hurry, these clinics fill up fast! See the ad on page 30.

Speaking of incredible clinics, don’t miss the Clinton Anderson Horsemanship Clinic, to be held March 6-8 at Murieta Equestrian Center in Rancho Murieta. This “3-day Fundamentals” event will help you develop safe, responsive and willing horses, and put you on the path to creating a trusting and respectful relationship. Want to overcome fears or work on your horsemanship goals? Spots are still available, so call (888) 287-7432 to reserve yours, and see the ad on page 7.

Rancho Del Rio Stable at Anaheim Equestrian Center would like to invite you to attend a Western Dressage Clinic on Jan. 24, taught by USDF Bronze and Silver medalist Faith Grimm. With over 30 years teaching and training experience, Faith instructs with a relaxed, enjoyable style that develops the horse and rider to the utmost of their abilities. Sponsored by the CDS Pomona Chapter, this fun and informative clinic is open to all, and auditors are welcome! Faith will be at the facility on Friday evening, Jan. 23, for a lecture and pot luck event as well. Call (714) 535-3510 to reserve your spot and for more details. See the ad on page 62.

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