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Training for Optimal Balance addresses the horse and rider from their existing skill level and helps them move forward to the goal of melding two distinct body types into a balanced pair. Kirsten’s focus is balancing the horse and rider from the inside outward, working initially on the horse’s core of movement, often from the…

Training for Optimal Balance addresses the horse and rider from their existing skill level and helps them move forward to the goal of melding two distinct body types into a balanced pair. Kirsten’s focus is balancing the horse and rider from the inside outward, working initially on the horse’s core of movement, often from the…

Ever been interested in trying to play polo? This clinic is the perfect opportunity to see what it is all about! Bring your own horse or use one of ours. We provide the mallets. The sessions will be an hour and a half long in small groups introducing polo and how to play. We will email…

Training for Optimal Balance addresses the horse and rider from their existing skill level and helps them move forward to the goal of melding two distinct body types into a balanced pair. Kirsten’s focus is balancing the horse and rider from the inside outward, working initially on the horse’s core of movement, often from the…

Training for Optimal Balance addresses the horse and rider from their existing skill level and helps them move forward to the goal of melding two distinct body types into a balanced pair. Kirsten’s focus is balancing the horse and rider from the inside outward, working initially on the horse’s core of movement, often from the…

CHA Certification Clinic Where: Graham Equestrian Center When: November 1st-6th, 10am – 4pm Cost: $800 Checks: Make checks payable to: Graham Equestrian Center Mail to: 10301 Harford Road, Glen Arm, Maryland 21057 Credit: Call (410) 663-4445 RSVP by October 26th to grahamequestriancenter@outlook.com or by completing the form below. Sign up today for GEC’s CHA Certification Clinic! This clinic is for enhancing…

Training for Optimal Balance addresses the horse and rider from their existing skill level and helps them move forward to the goal of melding two distinct body types into a balanced pair. Kirsten’s focus is balancing the horse and rider from the inside outward, working initially on the horse’s core of movement, often from the…

Training for Optimal Balance addresses the horse and rider from their existing skill level and helps them move forward to the goal of melding two distinct body types into a balanced pair. Kirsten’s focus is balancing the horse and rider from the inside outward, working initially on the horse’s core of movement, often from the…

Three hour Educational Clinic Series: Held at Graham Equestrian Center, 10am – 12pm 4/19 – Teach your horse to be a team player 5/14 – Horse Loading and Trailering (Audit Only) 5/28 – Desensitizing Your Horse 6/4 – Teaching Your Horse to want to be with you 6/11 – Trail Obstacle Course Bring your own…