Jerry Tindell, Tindell’s Horse and Mule School Clinic Schedule, Canada  2019   www.jerrytindell.com

Eagle Hill Equine, Olds, Alberta, Canada

Contact Clinic Host Kim Bearg (403) 996-3105 or Tindell’s Horse and Mule School (760) 500-8129 or info@jerrytindell.com

June 25-28 – Colt Starting $770.00 CAD

July 2-3 – Mule/Horsemanship 1 $490.00 CAD

July 4-5 – Mule/Horsemanship 2 $490.00 CAD

July 6-7 – Driving $490.00 CAD

July 8 – Open for Private Lessons 

July 9 – Defensive Riding $280.00 CAD

July 10-11 – Learning to Lope with Confidence and Control $490.00 CAD

July 12-13 – Trail Trials- Overcoming Challenges and Riding Outside $490.00 CAD

July 14 – Open for Private Lessons

Lakedell Ag Arena, Westerose, Alberta, Canada

Contact Kim Hughes, Lakedell Agricultural Society (780) 586-2505 Office Hours Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 9am to 4 pm or Tindell’s Horse and Mule School at (760) 500-8129 or info@jerrytindell.com 

July 16 to 19 – Colt Starting $770.00 CAD

July 20 to 21 – Horse/Mulemanship 1 $490.00 CAD

July 22 to 23 – Horse/Mulemanship 2 $490.00 CAD

July 24 – Defensive Riding $280.00 CAD

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Colt Starting
This class is an introduction of the basic building blocks of the Tindell Progressive Training Program. It is designed for green stock that is ready to start and/or to put under saddle. The Six Steps of the Tindell Progressive Training Program are introduced to you and your stock. Individual instruction will be provided in order to create a safe training program. This class is a must for any horse, mule or donkey and their handler. Learn how to start or restart your stock in a safe effective manner.
Exercises Covered:
• Round pen
• Ground work
• Leading
• Learning to come to a mounting block
• Hobble Training
• Saddling
• Trailer Loading

Mule/Horsemanship 1
This class is an introduction to the Tindell Progressive Training Program. It is ideal for green riders and green stock. Advanced riders will benefit by improving their skills with their older stock and gaining a deeper understanding of the foundation of horsemanship. This class covers the round pen, ground work and the beginning stages of your ride.
Exercises Covered:
• The Six Steps of ground work
* Backup, Shoulder Control, Forward Flexion, Hindquarter Control, Stop and Stand
• Later flexion; Understanding the one-rein stop
• Teaching hindquarter and front quarter control
• Understanding the use of the Snaffle bit and the Hackamore
• Trailer Loading

Mule/Horsemanship 2
This class builds upon Mule/ Horsemanship 1 and it is designed to help take yourself and your stock past green no matter your discipline. Jerry teaches the dynamics of body frame with softness and the importance of correct body control. This class focuses on advancing from the Snaffle bit or Hackamore to bit suitable for yourself and your stock and be able to build towards a more refined and precision ride.
Exercises Covered:
• Introduction to body control; learning to separate all the body parts
• Understanding an active leg
• Introduction to leg yields
• Understanding a soft feel
• Riding with attention to detail of movement
• Walk, trot and lope with control
• Correct stop and back up

Advanced Learning: Putting it all Together
This class combines everything covered in Colt Starting, Mule/Horsemanship 1 and 2 with refinement, precision and complete understanding. This class is focused on understanding the stock’s point of view. Jerry recommends that a student have studied the pervious classes for a better understanding of your stock and the Tindell Progressive Training Program. This class is not recommended for green stock or green riders.

Defensive Riding:
This is a self-defense from horseback class to keep you safe in unsafe conditions. It is NOT an enforcement class. It is designed to teach people how to be safe in all situations. When people are mounted they can be very vulnerable. This class will teach you to be secure in the saddle and not to be easily unseated if your stock gets out of control, no matter the situation. Jerry covers the steps that are necessary to remain in control around hikers, bikers, wildlife, unforeseen objects and anything else that might cause you concern. If your stock is out of control you are unsafe. This class is open to all disciplines, all level of riders and all stock.

Learning to Lope with Confidence and Control:
This is a necessary class for any rider looking for help to overcome resistance, frustration and fear. This class is designed to help riders be comfortable at all gaits and rates of speed with a soft and willing animal. It is very important for a rider to be confident in loping their stock. You might not feel the need to lope but what do you do when your stock decides to. Jerry will teach you balance and position and will assist you in all areas of riding not only in the arena or show pen. This class is presented in a closed safe environment necessary for you and your stock to be successful.

Riding Outside:
This is the ultimate class for students interested in trail riding either by themselves or in a group. This class is intended to help all riders on the trail be safe and in control under all conditions. Jerry teaches the skills necessary to help unsafe behaviors such as kicking on the trail, jigging, not crossing water, herd bound/nervousness and navigating rough terrain. This class is set outside without fences or boundaries. It is open to all stock and all disciplines.

Jerry teaches all areas of driving and the importance of taking the necessary steps before hooking to a vehicle. He teaches how to properly fit and use both buggy and work harness. This class is aimed to teach the student how to harness and ground drive your stock safely before hooking to a drag or vehicle. This class covers all the steps necessary to have safe driving practices. All stock is welcome and is open to all who are interested in driving.


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