Whether you need to turn or rope a steer, perform a piaffe or a sliding stop, clear a double oxer or have an enjoyable trail ride… horsemanship is horsemanship, no matter what discipline.

There are many different reasons people seek out help from clinicians, some common ones are: personal development-wanting to better themselves, get another opinion, improve their posture, gain confidence and leadership, competitive goals-improve performance, problem solve- horse is disrespectful, braces, leans, charges, spooks, bucks, rears, lacks shoulder or hip control, isn’t responsive..ect

Using a ‘train don’t restrain’ approach, Jaquelene enjoys helping people reach their goals, whatever they may be. Clinics can be tailored to each participant’s needs, with no specific subject, or they can be planned to suit the groups’s common interest.

To get to step 10, you have to start at step 1. People start experiencing problems when they rush and miss the steps in between, or don’t stop and address problems or weak areas that have come up as the horse and rider’s training advances.

If your reason for attending a horse clinic is problem solving, Jaquelene will take you and your horse back through each step to see where there may be holes, or areas that need improving. If, for example, your goal is to improve your horse’s stop to a competitive level, you will work on exercises that test each step required to develop a proper stop and advance on.

By using an approach like this when training, you help your horse develop a solid foundation and set yourselves up for success.

If you have any questions regarding hosting or attending any JSH clinics, feel free to call. Horse clinics can be set up for any reason, all ages and all experience levels, just let us know how we can help!

Pricing will be determined per clinic.

“If you remain humble and open minded throughout your lifetime with horses, you will go far. I am always trying to learn new things and better myself, and will be learning new things until the day I die. My goal is to help people learn with me.” ~ Jaquelene See