KEC is pleased to announce the return of Clay Wright for more two-day clinics in February and March. Many of those who attended his previous clinic remarked how training concepts that were previously confusing or "fuzzy" were made crystal clear by Clay's plainly-worded explanations and effective demonstrations, which he repeated until understood.
Rather than teaching a "method", Clay prefers to help
us horsey folk learn to "read" the horse; to understand
their mental and physical state to best help them to
"find the right answer". Regardless of discipline, his
focus is on helping all riders develop effective ways of
communicating with our horses to build a meaningful
partnership and enhance the experience for both the
horse and rider.
"Clay's clear and thorough way of teaching
helps people and horses relax and absorb
the details that create the ability to problem
solve and advance their skill level. Horses
gain confidence and learn the qualities that
enable them to perform to their full potential."
Mark Your Calendars
April 13-14, 2019
Clinic and Lessons
For details, CLICK HERE
To register for one of Clay's upcoming clinics, download
and complete forms below:
Mail forms and payment to:
Clay Wright Clinic
ATTN: Billie Patrick
P.O. Box 5
Bonanza, OR 97623
KEC Boarders can drop off their forms and payment in the "Club House" mailbox.
For more information on the upcoming clinic, visit our Calendar page, or contact clinic administrator,
Billie Patrick by phone: 209-617-4664, or email: Just4bp@yahoo.com.
Hope to see y'all at the clinic!
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Through a combination of demonstrations and individual lessons which may be audited, Clay's clinics will help you to learn:
Clay can help you learn how to teach your horse to:
As if you needed another
reason to attend...
Clay will be donating some of the
proceeds from each clinic to our local
Equine Rescue & Rehab
Enhance your partnership with your
horse AND help a worthy cause!
Learn more about the amazing work
Project Spirit does with neglected and
abused animals by clicking here.
KEC is proud to co-sponsor a saddle for
Racin' in the Basin
Winter Saddle Series