Friday, June 14, 2019 at 9:00 AM EDT
Sunday, June 16, 2019 at 5:00 PM EDT

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Old Orchard Farm 
12386 1st Line
Nassagaweya RR #1
Moffat, ON L0P 1J0

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Interested in having your horse move better and in balance?  This clinic includes  groundwork and ridden work - more details at right..  


Chris Arbuckle 
Old Orchard Farm 

Riding Clinic with Susanna Widrig - A First for Ontario

"What I felt and learned in her clinics carries on in all aspects of my life, improving  posture and releasing tensions and aches"

Drawing on her extensive experience of Connected Riding and Tellington TTouch , Susanna shows how you can ride with greater ease and elegance - free, unfettered and fun!  She has an uncanny talent for seeing details of movement in horse and rider that many others miss, and through her deep understanding of biomechanics can help your horse also discover ease and elegance!

Open to maximum of 9 riders; Auditors welcome!

Please pack your own lunch.  Contact us at  carbuckle11@gmail.com if you require board for your horse or if you need accomodations.  Limited availability for board.  Horses will be available to ride onsite.

Session cost: 

Riders - $400 for 3 day clinic

Auditors - $40 per day

To register as rider, please select the Register Now buttonRegister Now! To register as auditor, please click link:    Auditor Registration

Schedule Overview

Day 1 - Intro
Balancing people in the saddle on a stationary saddle rack , creating a before and after feeling for a neutral pelvis position and body position that allows for more stability, strength and efficiency.
Demo, looking at basic conformation, how a horse is moving, in-hand exercises to help horses discover more functional movements.
In-hand exercise in small groups.

Day 2
In hand exercises that build on previous day's exercises.
Riding; finding neutral pelvis position and how it affects the horses movements.

Day 3
Demo; how do the next steps look and learning to develop one's eye for more functional movement.
In-hand exercises and riding in small groups. Focus on how can we ask for the newly learned movements from the in hand work to transfer it to under saddle work.

                     Before                                                                           After