Past Clinics

Pierce, NE Intermediate Riding Clinic

May 9th & 10th (8:30 AM to 5:30 PM)

Pierce, NE (Pierce County Fairgrounds)

THIS IS AN OUTDOOR ARENA; THEREFORE, THE CLINIC IS WEATHER DEPENDENT.
If the clinic has to be canceled, refunds will be issued. We may try to schedule a rain date.

Stalls – $10 (Refunded when Cleaned) • Electrical Hookups – $15/night

No concessions available • Bring own lunch or go to Subway or J's Place in Pierce

 
Participant Fee: $350
$175 deposit is due following registration with the remaining half due April 25th
 
Each participant may bring parents (if under 18) or one "coach" at no additional cost

LIMITED TO 5 PARTICIPANTS (plus the host)
Registration & Payment Due April 25th
Spectator Fee: $20/day OR $35 for both (Spectators need not pre-register)

 

This 2-day riding clinic will focus on vertical flexion (the start of collection), side passing, rollbacks, shoulder in/out to gain shoulder control, the start of a turnaround/pivot/spin, working on leads at the lope, stop on whoa, & keeping your horse soft when transitioning down to a walk from a trot or lope. Depending on progress made, we may be able to touch on some of the more advanced exercises like two-tracking, counter bending, more advanced hindquarter control, etc.

To participate in this clinic, you must have participated in one of LNHT's previous Foundation Groundwork/Riding Clinics or have had a private clinic with LNHT. Because there are a few loping specific exercises that will be practiced, it is highly recommended you be comfortable loping your horse on a loose rein.

The tasks in this clinic will be practiced enough for one to understand the basics and see a slight change in one's horse. One then takes it home to practice. Problems will be addressed, but a clinic is not where they are fixed. One will be given the necessary tools to apply them at home.

It is **MANDATORY** to come prepared with an O or D-ring snaffle bit.

It would be ideal to come prepared with a rope halter, a 14-15 ft lead rope, an O or D-ring snaffle bit, & a training stick & string as groundwork is strongly suggested to prepare your horse at the start of the clinic.

 

If ordering from Ridge Creek Tack, use code "Lexy2019" to receive 10% off of your order.

Rope Halter: http://www.ridgecreektack.com/store/p20/StiffHalter.html

• Choose 4 knots

15 ft Lead Rope: http://www.ridgecreektack.com/store/p40/TrainingLine.html

• Choose 14 or 15-foot length w/ Stainless Steel Bull Snap

Halter/Lead Set: http://www.ridgecreektack.com/store/p70/DownunderTrainingSet.html

Snaffle Bit (any will work, but this is my preference): http://www.chris-cox.com/tack/bits/bits-1

Training Stick & String: https://shop.downunderhorsemanship.com/product-category/tack/sticks-strings-and-whips/

Mecate Reins: http://www.ridgecreektack.com/store/p24/MecateReins.html

Slobber Straps: http://www.ridgecreektack.com/store/p44/SlobberStraps.html

Pierce, NE Horsemanship Clinic

October 26th & 27th (8:30 AM to 5:30 PM)

Pierce, NE (Pierce County Fairgrounds)

THIS IS AN OUTDOOR ARENA; THEREFORE, THE CLINIC IS WEATHER DEPENDENT.
If the clinic has to be canceled, refunds will be issued. We may try to schedule a rain (or snow) date.

Stalls – $10 (Refunded when Cleaned) • Electrical Hookups – $15/night

No concessions available • Bring own lunch or go to Subway or Taylor's Bar & Grill in Pierce

 
Participant Fee: $300
Each participant may bring parents (if under 18) or one "coach" at no additional cost

LIMITED TO 5 PARTICIPANTS (plus host)
Registration & Payment Due October 12th
Spectator Fee: $20/day OR $35 for both (Spectators need not pre-register)

 

Day 1: Foundation Groundwork (Problem Solving/Confidence Building)

with Lexy Nuesch

Saturday, October 26rd, 2019 | 8:30 AM – 5:30 PM |

This is a good clinic for the green rider (ages 14 & up), young horses, or serious students of horsemanship who understand the importance of making the foundation more solid. Skills learned on the ground are related to those needed in the saddle. This will be solely groundwork.

 

The tasks in this clinic will be practiced enough for one to understand the basics and see a slight change in one's horse. One then takes it home to practice. Problems will be addressed, but a clinic is not where they are fixed. One will be given the necessary tools to apply them at home.

 

The groundwork portion will cover desensitization to the lead rope/plastic bags/stick & string, yielding the forequarters & hindquarters, backing up, flexing with the halter & bridle, lunging for respect, and more.

It is **MANDATORY** to come prepared with a rope halter (ABSOLUTELY NO NYLON/LEATHER HALTERS), a 14-15 ft lead rope (NO 22 FT LUNGE LINES), an O or D-ring snaffle bit (ABSOLUTELY NO SHANKED/LEVERAGE BITS), a training stick & string (NO LUNGE WHIPS), & a mecate rein/slobber strap set up (NO SPLIT or ROPING REINS).

 

Rope Halter: http://www.ridgecreektack.com/store/p20/StiffHalter.html

• Choose 4 knots

15 ft Lead Rope: http://www.ridgecreektack.com/store/p40/TrainingLine.html

• Choose 14 or 15 foot length w/ Stainless Steel Bull Snap

Halter/Lead Set: http://www.ridgecreektack.com/store/p70/DownunderTrainingSet.html

Snaffle Bit (any will work, but this is my preference): http://www.chris-cox.com/tack/bits/bits-1

Training Stick & String: https://shop.downunderhorsemanship.com/product-category/tack/sticks-strings-and-whips/

Mecate Reins: http://www.ridgecreektack.com/store/p24/MecateReins.html

Slobber Straps: http://www.ridgecreektack.com/store/p44/SlobberStraps.html

Day 2: Foundation Riding (Problem Solving/Confidence Building)

with Lexy Nuesch

Sunday, October 27th, 2019 | 8:30 AM – 5:30 PM |

This is a good clinic for the green rider (ages 14 & up), young horses, or serious students of horsemanship who understand the importance of making the foundation more solid. Skills learned on the ground are related to those needed in the saddle. We will review some groundwork before mounting.

 

The tasks in this clinic will be practiced enough for one to understand the basics and see a slight change in one's horse. One then takes it home to practice. Problems will be addressed, but a clinic is not where they are fixed. One will be given the necessary tools to apply them at home.

 

The riding portion will include flexing with the bridle, one rein stops, stopping to weight, how to attain "cruise control" & a more confident & secure seat, yielding the hindquarters, bending & softening, vertical flexion, stopping, backing, & more.

It is **MANDATORY** to come prepared with a rope halter (ABSOLUTELY NO NYLON/LEATHER HALTERS), a 14-15 ft lead rope (NO 22 FT LUNGE LINES), an O or D-ring snaffle bit (ABSOLUTELY NO SHANKED/LEVERAGE BITS), a training stick & string (NO LUNGE WHIPS), & a mecate rein/slobber strap set up (NO SPLIT or ROPING REINS).

 

Rope Halter: http://horseropeconnection.com/clinician-style-training-rope-halter/

15 ft Lead Rope: http://horseropeconnection.com/horsemans-lead-rope-15ft-yacht-braid/

Any snaffle bit will work, but this is my preference: http://www.chris-cox.com/tack/bits/bits-1

Training Stick & String: http://horseropeconnection.com/products/Training-Stick.html

Mecate Reins: http://horseropeconnection.com/hrc-mecate-reins/

Slobber Straps: http://horseropeconnection.com/slobber-straps/

Council Bluffs, IA Youth Barrel Racing Clinic

with Brenda Sedlak

June 22nd (10 AM to 3 PM)

Council Bluffs, IA (20841 Cardinal Lane)

Stalls – $20 ($10 Refunded when Cleaned) • Electrical Hookups – $10/night

No concessions available • Bring own lunch or run into Council Bluffs

 
Participant Fee: $75/person/horse
Each participant may bring parents (if under 18) or one "coach" at no additional cost

MINIMUM 5 PARTICIPANTS • MAXIMUM & PARTICIPANTS
Registration & Payment Due June 15th
NO SPECTATOR FEE!

 

4-H Barrel Racing Clinic

with Brenda Sedlak

Friday, June 22nd, 2018 | 10 AM – 3 PM |

This clinic will be geared towards the youth barrel racer and problem solving. Any level of youth rider & experience is welcome. Those looking for an opportunity to get into barrel racing, this would be a great place to get a correct start! 

During this clinic, Brenda will have participants run (or whatever speed you're comfortable with) through the barrel pattern. She will then pick out areas that might need work and/or address problems one feels they are having. After these areas are identified, Brenda will show different exercises and drills that can be done to fix them.

Council Bluffs, IA Horsemanship Clinic

June 23rd & 24th (8:30 AM to 5:30 PM)

Council Bluffs, IA (20841 Cardinal Lane)

Stalls – $20 ($10 Refunded when Cleaned) • Electrical Hookups – $10/night

No concessions available • Bring own lunch or run into Council Bluffs

 
Participant Fee: $300
Each participant may bring parents (if under 18) or one "coach" at no additional cost

LIMITED TO 5 PARTICIPANTS (plus host)
Registration & Payment Due June 10th
Spectator Fee: $20/day OR $35 for both (Spectators need not pre-register)

 

Foundation Groundwork/Problem Solving/Confidence Building Clinic

with Lexy Nuesch

Saturday, June 23rd, 2018 | 8:30 AM – 5:30 PM |

This is a good clinic for the green rider (ages 14 & up), young horses, or serious students of horsemanship who understand the importance of making the foundation more solid. Skills learned on the ground are related to those needed in the saddle. This will be solely groundwork.

 

The tasks in this clinic will be practiced enough for one to understand the basics and see a slight change in one's horse. One then takes it home to practice. Problems will be addressed, but a clinic is not where they are fixed. One will be given the necessary tools to apply them at home.

 

The groundwork portion will cover desensitization to the lead rope/plastic bags/stick & string, yielding the forequarters & hindquarters, backing up, flexing with the halter & bridle, lunging for respect, and more.

It is **MANDATORY** to come prepared with a rope halter (ABSOLUTELY NO NYLON/LEATHER HALTERS), a 14-15 ft lead rope (NO 22 FT LUNGE LINES), an O or D-ring snaffle bit (ABSOLUTELY NO SHANKED/LEVERAGE BITS), a training stick & string (NO LUNGE WHIPS), & a mecate rein/slobber strap set up (NO SPLIT or ROPING REINS).

 

Rope Halter: http://horseropeconnection.com/clinician-style-training-rope-halter/

15 ft Lead Rope: http://horseropeconnection.com/horsemans-lead-rope-15ft-yacht-braid/

Snaffle Bit (any will work, but this is my preference): http://www.chris-cox.com/tack/bits/bits-1

Training Stick & String: http://horseropeconnection.com/products/Training-Stick.html

Mecate Reins: http://horseropeconnection.com/hrc-mecate-reins/

Slobber Straps: http://horseropeconnection.com/slobber-straps/

Foundation Riding/Problem Solving/Confidence Building Clinic

with Lexy Nuesch

Sunday, June 24th, 2018 | 8:30 AM – 5:30 PM |

This is a good clinic for the green rider (ages 14 & up), young horses, or serious students of horsemanship who understand the importance of making the foundation more solid. Skills learned on the ground are related to those needed in the saddle. We will review some groundwork before mounting.

 

The tasks in this clinic will be practiced enough for one to understand the basics and see a slight change in one's horse. One then takes it home to practice. Problems will be addressed, but a clinic is not where they are fixed. One will be given the necessary tools to apply them at home.

 

The riding portion will include flexing with the bridle, one rein stops, stopping to weight, how to attain "cruise control" & a more confident & secure seat, yielding the hindquarters, bending & softening, vertical flexion, stopping, backing, & more.

It is **MANDATORY** to come prepared with a rope halter (ABSOLUTELY NO NYLON/LEATHER HALTERS), a 14-15 ft lead rope (NO 22 FT LUNGE LINES), an O or D-ring snaffle bit (ABSOLUTELY NO SHANKED/LEVERAGE BITS), a training stick & string (NO LUNGE WHIPS), & a mecate rein/slobber strap set up (NO SPLIT or ROPING REINS).

 

Rope Halter: http://horseropeconnection.com/clinician-style-training-rope-halter/

15 ft Lead Rope: http://horseropeconnection.com/horsemans-lead-rope-15ft-yacht-braid/

Any snaffle bit will work, but this is my preference: http://www.chris-cox.com/tack/bits/bits-1

Training Stick & String: http://horseropeconnection.com/products/Training-Stick.html

Mecate Reins: http://horseropeconnection.com/hrc-mecate-reins/

Slobber Straps: http://horseropeconnection.com/slobber-straps/

Wayne, NE Youth Barrel Racing Clinic

with Brenda Sedlak

June 1st (10 AM to 3 PM)

Wayne County Fairgrounds (Wayne, NE)

Stalls – $20 ($10 Refunded When Cleaned) • Electrical Hookups – $30/night • No Lunch Concessions

 
Participant Fee: $75/person/horse
Each participant may bring parents (if under 18) or one "coach" at no additional cost

MINIMUM 5 PARTICIPANTS • MAXIMUM & PARTICIPANTS
NO SPECTATOR FEE!

 

4-H Barrel Racing Clinic

with Brenda Sedlak

Friday, June 1st, 2018 | 10 AM – 3 PM |

This clinic will be geared towards the youth barrel racer and problem solving. Any level of youth rider & experience is welcome. Those looking for an opportunity to get into barrel racing, this would be a great place to get a correct start! 

During this clinic, Brenda will have participants run (or whatever speed you're comfortable with) through the barrel pattern. She will then pick out areas that might need work and/or address problems one feels they are having. After these areas are identified, Brenda will show different exercises and drills that can be done to fix them.

Wayne, NE Horsemanship Clinic

June 2nd & 3rd (8:30 AM to 5:30 PM)

Wayne County Fairgrounds (Wayne, NE)

Stalls – $20 (Refunded When Cleaned) • Electrical Hookups – $30/night • No Lunch Concessions

 
Participant Fee: $300
Each participant may bring parents (if under 18) or one "coach" at no additional cost

LIMITED TO 5 PARTICIPANTS
Spectator Fee: $20/day OR $35 for both (Spectators need not pre-register)

 

Foundation Groundwork/Problem Solving/Confidence Building Clinic

with Lexy Nuesch

Saturday, June 2nd, 2018 | 8:30 AM – 5:30 PM |

This is a good clinic for the green rider (ages 14 & up), young horses, or serious students of horsemanship who understand the importance of making the foundation more solid. Skills learned on the ground are related to those needed in the saddle. This will be solely groundwork.

 

The tasks in this clinic will be practiced enough for one to understand the basics and see a slight change in one's horse. One then takes it home to practice. Problems will be addressed, but a clinic is not where they are fixed. One will be given the necessary tools to apply them at home.

 

The groundwork portion will cover desensitization to the lead rope/plastic bags/stick & string, yielding the forequarters & hindquarters, backing up, flexing with the halter & bridle, lunging for respect, and more.

It is **MANDATORY** to come prepared with a rope halter (ABSOLUTELY NO NYLON/LEATHER HALTERS), a 14-15 ft lead rope (NO 22 FT LUNGE LINES), an O or D-ring snaffle bit (ABSOLUTELY NO SHANKED/LEVERAGE BITS), a training stick & string (NO LUNGE WHIPS), & a mecate rein/slobber strap set up (NO SPLIT or ROPING REINS).

 

Rope Halter: http://horseropeconnection.com/clinician-style-training-rope-halter/

15 ft Lead Rope: http://horseropeconnection.com/horsemans-lead-rope-15ft-yacht-braid/

Any snaffle bit will work, but this is my preference: http://www.chris-cox.com/tack/bits/bits-1

Training Stick & String: http://horseropeconnection.com/products/Training-Stick.html

Mecate Reins: http://horseropeconnection.com/hrc-mecate-reins/

Slobber Straps: http://horseropeconnection.com/slobber-straps/

Foundation Riding/Problem Solving/Confidence Building Clinic

with Lexy Nuesch

Sunday, June 3rd, 2018 | 8:30 AM – 5:30 PM |

This is a good clinic for the green rider (ages 14 & up), young horses, or serious students of horsemanship who understand the importance of making the foundation more solid. Skills learned on the ground are related to those needed in the saddle. We will review some groundwork before mounting.

 

The tasks in this clinic will be practiced enough for one to understand the basics and see a slight change in one's horse. One then takes it home to practice. Problems will be addressed, but a clinic is not where they are fixed. One will be given the necessary tools to apply them at home.

 

The riding portion will include flexing with the bridle, one rein stops, stopping to weight, how to attain "cruise control" & a more confident & secure seat, yielding the hindquarters, bending & softening, vertical flexion, stopping, backing, & more.

It is **MANDATORY** to come prepared with a rope halter (ABSOLUTELY NO NYLON/LEATHER HALTERS), a 14-15 ft lead rope (NO 22 FT LUNGE LINES), an O or D-ring snaffle bit (ABSOLUTELY NO SHANKED/LEVERAGE BITS), a training stick & string (NO LUNGE WHIPS), & a mecate rein/slobber strap set up (NO SPLIT or ROPING REINS).

 

Rope Halter: http://horseropeconnection.com/clinician-style-training-rope-halter/

15 ft Lead Rope: http://horseropeconnection.com/horsemans-lead-rope-15ft-yacht-braid/

Any snaffle bit will work, but this is my preference: http://www.chris-cox.com/tack/bits/bits-1

Training Stick & String: http://horseropeconnection.com/products/Training-Stick.html

Mecate Reins: http://horseropeconnection.com/hrc-mecate-reins/

Slobber Straps: http://horseropeconnection.com/slobber-straps/

Weeping Water, NE Horsemanship Clinic

May 5th & 6th (8:30 AM to 5:30 PM)

Cass County Fairgrounds (Weeping Water, NE)

Stalls – No Cost • Electrical Hookups – $15/night • No Lunch Concessions

 
Participant Fee: $300
Each participant may bring parents (if under 18) or one "coach" at no additional cost

LIMITED TO 5 PARTICIPANTS (plus host)
Spectator Fee: $20/day OR $35 for both (Spectators need not pre-register)

 

Foundation Groundwork/Problem Solving/Confidence Building Clinic

with Lexy Nuesch

Saturday, May 5th, 2018 | 8:30 AM – 5:30 PM |

This is a good clinic for the green rider (ages 14 & up), young horses, or serious students of horsemanship who understand the importance of making the foundation more solid. Skills learned on the ground are related to those needed in the saddle. This will be solely groundwork.

 

The tasks in this clinic will be practiced enough for one to understand the basics and see a slight change in one's horse. One then takes it home to practice. Problems will be addressed, but a clinic is not where they are fixed. One will be given the necessary tools to apply them at home.

 

The groundwork portion will cover desensitization to the lead rope/plastic bags/stick & string, yielding the forequarters & hindquarters, backing up, flexing with the halter & bridle, lunging for respect, and more.

It is **MANDATORY** to come prepared with a rope halter (ABSOLUTELY NO NYLON/LEATHER HALTERS), a 14-15 ft lead rope (NO 22 FT LUNGE LINES), an O or D-ring snaffle bit (ABSOLUTELY NO SHANKED/LEVERAGE BITS), a training stick & string (NO LUNGE WHIPS), & a mecate rein/slobber strap set up (NO SPLIT or ROPING REINS).

 

Rope Halter: http://horseropeconnection.com/clinician-style-training-rope-halter/

15 ft Lead Rope: http://horseropeconnection.com/horsemans-lead-rope-15ft-yacht-braid/

Any snaffle bit will work, but this is my preference: http://www.chris-cox.com/tack/bits/bits-1

Training Stick & String: http://horseropeconnection.com/products/Training-Stick.html

Mecate Reins: http://horseropeconnection.com/hrc-mecate-reins/

Slobber Straps: http://horseropeconnection.com/slobber-straps/

Foundation Riding/Problem Solving/Confidence Building Clinic

with Lexy Nuesch

Sunday, May 6th, 2018 | 8:30 AM – 5:30 PM |

This is a good clinic for the green rider (ages 14 & up), young horses, or serious students of horsemanship who understand the importance of making the foundation more solid. Skills learned on the ground are related to those needed in the saddle. We will review some groundwork before mounting.

 

The tasks in this clinic will be practiced enough for one to understand the basics and see a slight change in one's horse. One then takes it home to practice. Problems will be addressed, but a clinic is not where they are fixed. One will be given the necessary tools to apply them at home.

 

The riding portion will include flexing with the bridle, one rein stops, stopping to weight, how to attain "cruise control" & a more confident & secure seat, yielding the hindquarters, bending & softening, vertical flexion, stopping, backing, & more.

It is **MANDATORY** to come prepared with a rope halter (ABSOLUTELY NO NYLON/LEATHER HALTERS), a 14-15 ft lead rope (NO 22 FT LUNGE LINES), an O or D-ring snaffle bit (ABSOLUTELY NO SHANKED/LEVERAGE BITS), a training stick & string (NO LUNGE WHIPS), & a mecate rein/slobber strap set up (NO SPLIT or ROPING REINS).

 

Rope Halter: http://horseropeconnection.com/clinician-style-training-rope-halter/

15 ft Lead Rope: http://horseropeconnection.com/horsemans-lead-rope-15ft-yacht-braid/

Any snaffle bit will work, but this is my preference: http://www.chris-cox.com/tack/bits/bits-1

Training Stick & String: http://horseropeconnection.com/products/Training-Stick.html

Mecate Reins: http://horseropeconnection.com/hrc-mecate-reins/

Slobber Straps: http://horseropeconnection.com/slobber-straps/

Council Bluffs, IA Horsemanship Clinic

October 14th & 15th (9 AM to 5 PM) – RAIN OR SHINE!

Council Bluffs, Iowa (20841 Cardinal Lane)

Stalls – $20 ($10 Refunded when Cleaned) • Electrical Hookups – $10/night

No concessions available • Bring own lunch or run into Council Bluffs

Participant Fee: $300
Spectator Fee: $20/day OR $35 for both (Spectators need not pre-register)
Each participant may bring parents (if under 18) or one "coach" at no additional cost

LIMITED TO 5 PARTICIPANTS

 

Groundwork/Problem Solving/Confidence Building Clinic

with Lexy Nuesch

Saturday, October 14th, 2017 | 9 AM – 5 PM |

This is a good clinic for the green rider (ages 12 & up), young horses, or serious students of horsemanship who understand the importance of making the foundation more solid. Skills learned on the ground are related to those needed in the saddle. This will be solely groundwork.

 

The tasks in this clinic will be practiced enough for one to understand the basics and see a slight change in one's horse. One then takes it home to practice. Problems will be addressed, but a clinic is not where they are fixed. One will be given the necessary tools to apply them at home.

 

The groundwork portion will cover desensitization to the lead rope/plastic bags/stick & string, yielding the forequarters & hindquarters, backing up, flexing with the halter & bridle, lunging for respect, and more.

 

It is **MANDATORY** to come prepared with a rope halter (ABSOLUTELY NO NYLON/LEATHER HALTERS), a 14-15 ft lead rope (NO 22 FT LUNGE LINES), an O or D-ring snaffle bit (ABSOLUTELY NO SHANKED/LEVERAGE BITS), and a training stick & string (NO LUNGE WHIPS).

A mecate rein set up is highly encouraged. 

 

Rope Halter: 

http://horseropeconnection.com/clinician-style-training-rope-halter/

15 ft Lead Rope:

http://horseropeconnection.com/horsemans-lead-rope-15ft-yacht-braid/

Any snaffle bit will work, but this is the one I use for personal reasons:

http://www.chris-cox.com/tack/bits/bits-1

Training stick & string:

http://horseropeconnection.com/products/Training-Stick.html

For those interested in a mecate rein/slobber strap set up:

http://horseropeconnection.com/hrc-mecate-reins/ (for smaller horses, the pony mecate reins work) & http://horseropeconnection.com/slobber-straps/

 

Feel free to contact me for reasons on why I use these products; I am more than happy to explain.

Foundation Riding/Problem Solving/Confidence Building Clinic

with Lexy Nuesch

Sunday, October 15th, 2017 | 9 AM – 5 PM |

This is a good clinic for the green rider (ages 12 & up), young horses, or serious students of horsemanship who understand the importance of making the foundation more solid. Skills learned on the ground are related to those needed in the saddle. We will review some groundwork before mounting.

 

The tasks in this clinic will be practiced enough for one to understand the basics and see a slight change in one's horse. One then takes it home to practice. Problems will be addressed, but a clinic is not where they are fixed. One will be given the necessary tools to apply them at home.

 

The riding portion will include flexing with the bridle, one rein stops, stopping to weight, how to attain "cruise control" & a more confident & secure seat, yielding the hindquarters, bending & softening, vertical flexion, stopping, backing, & more.

It is **MANDATORY** to come prepared with a rope halter (ABSOLUTELY NO NYLON/LEATHER HALTERS), a 14-15 ft lead rope (NO 22 FT LUNGE LINES), an O or D-ring snaffle bit (ABSOLUTELY NO SHANKED/LEVERAGE BITS), and a training stick & string (NO LUNGE WHIPS).

A mecate rein set up is highly encouraged. 

 

Rope Halter: 

http://horseropeconnection.com/clinician-style-training-rope-halter/

15 ft Lead Rope:

http://horseropeconnection.com/horsemans-lead-rope-15ft-yacht-braid/

Any snaffle bit will work, but this is the one I use for personal reasons:

http://www.chris-cox.com/tack/bits/bits-1

Training stick & string:

http://horseropeconnection.com/products/Training-Stick.html

For those interested in a mecate rein/slobber strap set up:

http://horseropeconnection.com/hrc-mecate-reins/ (for smaller horses, the pony mecate reins work) & http://horseropeconnection.com/slobber-straps/

 

Feel free to contact me for reasons on why I use these products; I am more than happy to explain.

North Central NE Horsemanship Clinics

June 24th & 25th (9 AM to 5 PM)

Johnstown, NE Fairgrounds Arena

Stalls – $20 Refundable if Cleaned Prior to Leaving • Hookups – $25/night

$150/clinic OR $250 for both

Spectator Fee: $20/day OR $35 for both (Need not pre-register)
Each participant may bring parents (if under 18) or one "coach" at no additional cost

LIMITED TO 7 PARTICIPANTS

Groundwork/Problem Solving/Confidence Building Clinic

with Lexy Nuesch

Saturday, June 24th, 2017 | 9 AM – 5 PM | $150

This is a good clinic for the green rider (ages 12 & up), young horses, or serious students of horsemanship who understand the importance of making the foundation more solid. Skills learned on the gound are related to those needed in the saddle. This class will be solely groundwork.

 

The tasks in this clinic will be practiced enough for one to understand the basics and see a slight change in one's horse. One then takes it home to practice. Problems will be addressed, but a clinic is not where they are fixed. One will be given the necessary tools to apply them at home.

 

The groundwork portion will cover desensitization to the lead rope/plastic bags/weight/stick & string/feed sacks, yielding the forequarters & hindquarters, backing up, flexing with the halter & bridle, lunging for respect, and more.

 

It is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED & IN YOUR BEST INTEREST to come prepared with a rope halter (NO NYLON HALTERS, PLEASE), a 15 ft lead rope (NO LUNGE LINES), an O or D-ring snaffle bit (NO SHANKED BITS), and a training stick & string (NO LUNGE WHIPS).

 

Rope Halter: 

http://horseropeconnection.com/clinician-style-training-rope-halter/

15 ft Lead Rope:

http://horseropeconnection.com/horsemans-lead-rope-15ft-yacht-braid/

Any snaffle bit will work, but this is the one I use for personal reasons:

http://www.chris-cox.com/tack/bits/bits-1

Training stick & string:

http://horseropeconnection.com/products/Training-Stick.html

For those interested in a mecate rein/slobber strap set up:

http://horseropeconnection.com/hrc-mecate-reins/ (for smaller horses, the pony mecate reins work) & http://horseropeconnection.com/slobber-straps/

 

Feel free to contact me for reasons on why I use these products.; I am more than happy to explain.

Foundation Riding/Problem Solving/Confidence Building Clinic

with Lexy Nuesch

Sunday, June 25th, 2017 | 9 AM – 5 PM | $150

This is a good clinic for the green rider (ages 12 & up), young horses, or serious students of horsemanship who understand the importance of making the foundation more solid. Skills learned on the gound are related to those needed in the saddle. This class will be solely groundwork.

 

The tasks in this clinic will be practiced enough for one to understand the basics and see a slight change in one's horse. One then takes it home to practice. Problems will be addressed, but a clinic is not where they are fixed. One will be given the necessary tools to apply them at home.

 

The riding portion will include flexing with the bridle, yielding the hindquarters, one rein stops, stopping to weight, how to attain "cruise control," weight broke exercises, bending & softening, side passing, vertical flexion, leads, serpentining, and more.

 

It is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED & IN YOUR BEST INTEREST to come prepared with a rope halter (NO NYLON HALTERS, PLEASE), a 15 ft lead rope (NO LUNGE LINES), an O or D-ring snaffle bit (NO SHANKED BITS), and a training stick & string (NO LUNGE WHIPS).

 

Rope Halter: 

http://horseropeconnection.com/clinician-style-training-rope-halter/

15 ft Lead Rope:

http://horseropeconnection.com/horsemans-lead-rope-15ft-yacht-braid/

Any snaffle bit will work, but this is the one I use for personal reasons:

http://www.chris-cox.com/tack/bits/bits-1

Training stick & string:

http://horseropeconnection.com/products/Training-Stick.html

For those interested in a mecate rein/slobber strap set up:

http://horseropeconnection.com/hrc-mecate-reins/ (for smaller horses, the pony mecate reins work) & http://horseropeconnection.com/slobber-straps/

 

Feel free to contact me for reasons on why I use these products.; I am more than happy to explain.

Northeast NE 4-H Barrel Racing Clinic

with Brenda Sedlak

June 2nd – RAIN or SHINE!

Wayne, NE Fairgrounds Arena

Stalls – $20 Refundable if Cleaned Prior to Leaving • Hookups – $30/night

$75/rider/horse (Discount for multiple family members) 

FREE for Spectators

MINIMUM 5 PARTICIPANTS • MAXIMUM 7 PARTICIPANTS

Barrel Racing Problem Solving Clinic

with Brenda Sedlak

Friday, June 2nd, 2017 | 10 AM – 5 PM | $75

This clinic will be geared towards the 4-H barrel racer and problem solving. Any level of rider & experience is welcome. Those looking for an opportunity to get into barrel racing, this would be a great place to get a correct start! 

During this clinic, Brenda will have participants run (or whatever speed you're comfortable with) through the barrel pattern. She will then pick out areas that might need work and/or address problems one feels they are having. After these areas are identified, Brenda will show different exercises and drills that can be done to fix them.

Northeast NE Horsemanship Clinics

June 3rd & 4th – RAIN or SHINE!

Wayne, NE Fairgrounds Arena

Stalls – $20 Refundable if Cleaned Prior to Leaving • Hookups – $30/night

$150/clinic OR $250 for both

Spectator Fee: $20/day OR $35 for both (Need not pre-register)
Each participant may bring parents (if under 18) or one "coach" at no additional cost

LIMITED TO 7 PARTICIPANTS

Groundwork/Problem Solving/Confidence Building Clinic

with Lexy Nuesch

Saturday, June 3rd, 2017 | 9 AM – 5 PM | $150

This is a good clinic for the green rider (ages 12 & up), young horses, or serious students of horsemanship who understand the importance of making the foundation more solid. Skills learned on the gound are related to those needed in the saddle. This class will be solely groundwork.

 

The tasks in this clinic will be practiced enough for one to understand the basics and see a slight change in one's horse. One then takes it home to practice. Problems will be addressed, but a clinic is not where they are fixed. One will be given the necessary tools to apply them at home.

 

The groundwork portion will cover desensitization to the lead rope/plastic bags/weight/stick & string/feed sacks, yielding the forequarters & hindquarters, backing up, flexing with the halter & bridle, lunging for respect, and more.

 

It is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED & IN YOUR BEST INTEREST to come prepared with a rope halter (NO NYLON HALTERS, PLEASE), a 15 ft lead rope (NO LUNGE LINES), an O or D-ring snaffle bit (NO SHANKED BITS), and a training stick & string (NO LUNGE WHIPS).

 

Rope Halter: 

http://horseropeconnection.com/clinician-style-training-rope-halter/

15 ft Lead Rope:

http://horseropeconnection.com/horsemans-lead-rope-15ft-yacht-braid/

Any snaffle bit will work, but this is the one I use for personal reasons:

http://www.chris-cox.com/tack/bits/bits-1

Training stick & string:

http://horseropeconnection.com/products/Training-Stick.html

For those interested in a mecate rein/slobber strap set up:

http://horseropeconnection.com/hrc-mecate-reins/ (for smaller horses, the pony mecate reins work) & http://horseropeconnection.com/slobber-straps/

 

Feel free to contact me for reasons on why I use these products.; I am more than happy to explain.

Foundation Riding/Problem Solving/Confidence Building Clinic

with Lexy Nuesch

Sunday, June 4th, 2017 | 9 AM – 5 PM | $150

This is a good clinic for the green rider (ages 12 & up), young horses, or serious students of horsemanship who understand the importance of making the foundation more solid. Skills learned on the ground are related to those needed in the saddle. This class will be solely groundwork.

 

The tasks in this clinic will be practiced enough for one to understand the basics and see a slight change in one's horse. One then takes it home to practice. Problems will be addressed, but a clinic is not where they are fixed. One will be given the necessary tools to apply them at home.

 

The riding portion will include flexing with the bridle, yielding the hindquarters, one rein stops, stopping to weight, how to attain "cruise control," weight broke exercises, bending & softening, side passing, vertical flexion, leads, serpentining, and more.

 

It is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED & IN YOUR BEST INTEREST to come prepared with a rope halter (NO NYLON HALTERS, PLEASE), a 15 ft lead rope (NO LUNGE LINES), an O or D-ring snaffle bit (NO SHANKED BITS), and a training stick & string (NO LUNGE WHIPS).

 

Rope Halter: 

http://horseropeconnection.com/clinician-style-training-rope-halter/

15 ft Lead Rope:

http://horseropeconnection.com/horsemans-lead-rope-15ft-yacht-braid/

Any snaffle bit will work, but this is the one I use for personal reasons:

http://www.chris-cox.com/tack/bits/bits-1

Training stick & string:

http://horseropeconnection.com/products/Training-Stick.html

For those interested in a mecate rein/slobber strap set up:

http://horseropeconnection.com/hrc-mecate-reins/ (for smaller horses, the pony mecate reins work) & http://horseropeconnection.com/slobber-straps/

 

Feel free to contact me for reasons on why I use these products.; I am more than happy to explain.

2-Day Horsemanship Clinic

with Lexy Nuesch & Kaeli Sedlak

June 4th & 5th – RAIN or SHINE!

Wayne, NE Fairgrounds Arena

Stalls – Bedding Availble to Purchase on Site | Hookups – $15/night | Concessions available

$150/clinic OR $250 for both 
Spectator Fee: $20/day OR $35 for both (Need not pre-register)
Each participant may bring parents (if under 18) or one "coach" at no additional cost | Video taping allowed

EACH CLINIC LIMITED TO 7 PARTICIPANTS

Groundwork/Problem Solving/Confidence Building Clinic

with Lexy Nuesch

Saturday, June 4th, 2016 | 9 AM – 5 PM | $150

This is a good clinic for the green rider, young horses, or serious students of horsemanship who understand the importance of making the foundation more solid. Skills learned on the ground are related to those needed in the saddle. This class will be approximately half groundwork & half riding.

 

The tasks in this clinic will be practiced enough for one to understand the basics and see a slight change in one's horse. One then takes it home to practice. Problems will be addressed, but a clinic is not where they are fixed. One will be given the necessary tools to apply them at home.

 

The groundwork portion will cover desensitization to the lead rope/plastic bags/weight/stick & string/feed sacks, yielding the forequarters & hindquarters, backing up, flexing with the halter & bridle, lunging for respect, and more. The riding portion will include flexing with the bridle, yielding the hindquarters, one rein stops, stopping to weight, how to attain "cruise control," weight broke exercises, bending & softening, side passing, vertical flexion, leads, serpentining, and more.

 

It is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED & IN YOUR BEST INTEREST to come prepared with a rope halter (NO NYLON HALTERS, PLEASE), a 15 ft lead rope (NO LUNGE LINES), an O or D-ring snaffle bit (NO SHANKED BITS), and a training stick & string (NO LUNGE WHIPS).

 

Rope Halter: 

http://horseropeconnection.com/clinician-style-training-rope-halter/

15 ft Lead Rope:

http://horseropeconnection.com/horsemans-lead-rope-15ft-yacht-braid/

Any snaffle bit will work, but this is the one I use for personal reasons:

http://www.chris-cox.com/tack/bits/bits-1

Training stick & string:

http://horseropeconnection.com/products/Training-Stick.html

For those interested in a mecate rein/slobber strap set up:

http://horseropeconnection.com/hrc-mecate-reins/ (for smaller horses, the pony mecate reins work) & http://horseropeconnection.com/slobber-straps/

 

Feel free to contact me for reasons on why I use these products.; I am more than happy to explain.

"If you always give what you always gave, then you'll always get what you always got. You have to give something you never gave, to get something you never had." - Peter Campbell

Barrel Racing Problem Solving Clinic

with Kaeli Sedlak

Sunday, June 5th, 2016 | 9 AM – 5 PM | $150

Facebook Page: Kaeli Sedlak Barrel Horse Training

 

This clinic will be geared more towards the beginner barrel racer and problem solving. But any level of rider & experience is welcome. Those of you looking for an opportunity to get into barrel racing, this would be a great place to get a correct start! 

During this clinic, Kaeli will have participants run (or whatever speed you're confortable with) through the barrel pattern. She will then pick out areas that might need work and/or address problems one feels they are having. After these areas are identified, Kaeli will show different exercises and drills that can be done to fix them.

- Colt Starting
- Re-Educating/Problem Horses

- Sales Prep/Marketing

- Lessons

- Clinics
- Barrel Racing

- Cattle Exposure

- Trimming
 

TRAINING SCHEDULE

April through mid-December (weather permitting)

CONTACT INFO

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Johnstown, NE

Email: lexynueschhorsetraining@gmail.com
Cell:  402-640-3672

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