: : Graound
: : Basic Horsemanship/Trail Horse Clinics
: : Advanced Horsemanship Clinics
: : Working Cow Horse Clinics
(details for each clinic are listed below)
Make Checks Out To:
Gary Cooper Performance Horses
Mail Checks To:
14 Cattle Drive
Cody, Wyoming 82414
Deposit is non refundable unless clinic is cancelled. We will gladly credit your account if you
are unable to attend.
Clinics are one day (generally) and start with an 8AM warm-up time. You will be welcomed with a complimentary continental breakfast (coffee and goodies) as well as the required safety waiver. Water will be furnished throughout the day. We start the lecture component promptly at 9AM.
During which each rider will state their individual goal for the day.
We break for lunch around noon and you can bring your own sack lunch or reserve a lunch when registering for the clinic and pay for it separately during lunch on the clinic day.
We put-up our horses at 4PM and end the day with a very popular discussion and snack-time to assess your progress. Every rider will be given "homework" specific to the needs of their horse. We encourage those wishing to stay to bring a snack to share with the group and your
Gary leading a clinic (©Gary Cooper Performance Horses).
All clinic questions and reservations should be done through our Clinic Coordinator Sherrie Frame. You can reach her by phone: 307-587-2077 or 307-578-7383 or by email: email@example.com. We look forward to meeting you. If you have recommended our clinics to a friend and they sign-up, we would like to thank you with 10% off the next clinic you take! Just make sure they mention your name when registering.
We look forward to seeing you at our clinics!
CLINIC COMPONENT/ACTION (check with coordinator for exact times)
4 or 5PM
Lecture going over the day's plan, Introductions, and Statement of Goals from each Participant, then mount to ride
Lunch Break (you can bring your own or reserve one before-hand)
Put horses up, Assessment and Discussion from each Participant and Individual Homework for each Participant
One of Gary's interns assisting a clinic participant (©Gary Cooper Performance Horses).
These are half day clinics that are suitable for young horses who need the basics on the ground as well as aged horses who need to revisit training. Something for everybody!
not include lunch ($6))
This clinic is designed to help the novice equine enthusiast learn about basic body control such as lateral flexion and the more advanced rider who wants a review or is schooling a green horse. We will also get out of the arena and work on common trail issues such as herd bound behavior and barn sour behavior. We will approach common trail obstacles and how to best master them by making the right thing easy for you and your equine partner. This is a fun way to make your horse all he or she can be and is a prerequisite for more advanced clinics.
Our popular Back In The Saddle Again event with an all new format. Something for everyone who wants to advance themselves and their horses.
: : LUNCH!
: : DOOR PRIZES!
: : DEMONSTRATIONS by veterinarians, leather maker/repairman, and trainers!
: : GARY COOPER MERCANTILE!
: : VIDEOS!
: : ASSESSMENTS WITH GARY COOPER!
: : BREAK OUT SESSIONS TO ADDRESS NUMEROUS EQUINE DISCIPLINES.
There are 3 levels to choose from:
1) Afoot! Come without your horse and participate in all the above and socialize with other equine enthusiasts, $30;
2) Under Saddle! Enjoy all the events with the addition of participating in a training/evaluation on your horse with Gary. He will evaluate both you as a rider and your horse and every participant will leave with a detailed written evaluation. Space limited, $60;
3) Demo Horse. We are looking for 2 horses to be involved in demo training, highlighting one in round pen and one with horsemanship. A unique training opportunity for you and your horse. Space limited to 2 horses.
Contact Sherrie Frame Clinic Coordinator with any questions 307 578 7383. Date of this event tentative due to weather/road conditions Deposit is non refundable unless clinic is cancelled. We will gladly credit your account if you are unable to attend.
COST PER DAY
Back in The Saddle Again
April 15th, 2017
April 29, 2017
(prices here do not include lunch ($6))
*Depending on the level of horsemanship owner/rider has, we may provide more advanced techniques such as sidepassing, roll-backs, stops, etc.
Clinic Participant working on water crossing during a Horsemanship/Trail Horse Clinic (©2013 Sherrie Frame)
This clinic really puts it all together, and whether you just want to experience the fun of working a cow or plan to compete in cutting or reined cow horse events, this clinic has something for everyone. A prerequisite for this clinic would be a working knowledge of at least intermediate horsemanship. This clinic is not for a beginner or green horse. This is a fun-filled action packed clinic that starts with a brief review of horsemanship especially as it applies to roll backs and stops! We move on quickly to working the flag and live cattle. You may be asked to turn back or run cattle up the lane, we will keep you busy and smiling all day. Deposit is non refundable unless clinic is cancelled. We will gladly credit your account if you are unable to attend.
Working Knowledge of Horsemanship or Trainer Approval
June 10, 2017
not include lunch ($6))
Clinic Participant working a cow during a Working Cow Horse Clinic (©2013 Sherrie Frame)
Horsemanship and Mounted Shooting Clinic for the Desperado Mounted Shooting Club. If you are interested in observing and learning about this exciting and popular equine sport-you can audit these private clinics. Deposit is non refundable unless clinic is cancelled. We will gladly credit your account if you are unable to attend.
COST PER DAY
Mounted Shooting (Basics)