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Answers to

Frequently Asked Questions

How many people do you have at a clinic?
Ken will take up to 9 people - if there are more Jane will be there as well with 2 teachers there is a maximum of 15 people.
Do we get personal attention?
Yes - we keep the clinics small and personal so you and your horse get plenty of one on one attention. When Jane and Ken are both there you have 2 dedicated highly experienced teachers!
Do you work our horses?
Definitely –working your horses is one of the things that we really enjoy it helps get you and your horse to a place where you can really start to get connected. If you don’t want us to work your horse that is perfectly OK too just let us know.
Do we get to ride?
Yes absolutely! We do ground work in the mornings and we ride after lunch transferring the skills you learnt in the morning to the ridden work.
Can I bring a young horse?
Yes – it is a great outing for a young horse they get to go to an Event and socialise under controlled conditions as well as learning all the new skills at the clinic and developing a closer relationship with you. It is a wonderful opportunity to set you both up for your journey together.
Can I bring a break in?
This is only suitable at some venues so you need to contact us to arrange this.
Can I do just one day?
No. Our clinics are designed as a program and 2 days is the minimum you can do. Our Journey to Mastery
Package gives you a 3rd day as a gift so you can have 3 consecutive days at the clinic to really polish your skills and start to develop the mastery you are looking for.
My horse is difficult to float are you able to help me to get him to the clinic?
Yes – we often help people get their horses to the clinic as people have floating issues and that is the reason they want to do the clinic and it is also the reason they don’t get to the clinic! So give us a call well beforehand to organise this – we are happy to help you out.
My child wants to do the clinic if I bring her do I have to pay as well?
For young people 16 years of age and younger we require their guardian to be present at the clinic – and you are free of charge.
I have a horse that I just want to do ground work with is it suitable for us?
Yes – you get to do ground work in the morning and during the ridden session in the afternoon you can either watch or we can give you some exercises to do while the ridden work is going on.
Can I bring a stallion?
This is only suitable at some venues so you need to contact us to arrange this.