Nov
17
to Nov 18

FULL - Working Equitation Clinic in Monroe - Please call for more information.

Join us for an introduction to Working Equitation! Working Equitation is an international equestrian sport that is growing quickly in the United States.  It consists of three phases – dressage, ease of handling (a judged course of obstacles), and speed (a timed course of obstacles). This fun, informative two-day clinic will consist of an overview of the sport, course walk, Q&A, guided ease of handling sessions, and a mock competition on the afternoon of the second day if time permits. Horses and riders of all levels and disciplines are welcome to try Working Equitation in this supportive environment or advance their Working Equitation skills for the show ring.

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1 Day Introduction To Mountain Trail
Aug
4
9:00 AM09:00

1 Day Introduction To Mountain Trail

The course will begin in the classroom to explain the training methodology and then you’re off to get your horse in hand with just a halter. You will work on basic ground work that will teach your horse to move on the haunch, shoulder, forward, back, and laterally. Next you will work through the basics of moving through cavelletis and simple obstacles while driving your horse in hand. After lunch the group will move onto the trail course to work on the teeter totter, bridges, water, logs, and more. Trail
obstacles will be ridden after they have been accomplished in hand.

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3 Day Mountain Trail Clinic
Jul
27
to Jul 29

3 Day Mountain Trail Clinic

Mountain Trail is one of the fastest growing disciplines in the horse world. Whether you would like to compete or be a better partner with your horse on the trail, this course can help. The work that you will do with your horse during this 3 day course will create the ground work for a safe and sane mount out on the trail. There will be over 30 obstacles that we will work on as well as arena work to achieve the basic foundation. From beginner trail to advanced trail, there is something for everyone.

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3 Day Women In The Wilderness Clinic
Jul
13
to Jul 15

3 Day Women In The Wilderness Clinic

Women in the Wilderness was last offered 13 years ago by Washington Guides and Outfitters. We, at Rendezvous Ranch, believe this special program was so beneficial to women that we want to offer it once again. Yes, it is for women and taught by women. The different skills offered are Mountain Trail through obstacles, packing and rigging, and Dutch oven cooking. There will also be an introduction to the benefits of equine natural hoof care and barefoot trimming, as opposed to traditional farrier methods.

These skills are taught by experienced horsewomen with years of combined expertise. Each night you will enjoy a hearty Dutch oven dinner that you have helped create and prepare.  All instruction will be at Rendezvous Ranch.  If you have a special interest not listed, please let us know when you register
and we will see if we can accommodate your wishes. Bring your own
horse or rent one of ours.

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Eastern Washington Quarterhorse Association Trail Clinic
Jul
7
to Jul 8

Eastern Washington Quarterhorse Association Trail Clinic

Rendezvous Ranch is happy to be hosting a 2 day trail clinic for members of EWQHA.  If we are unable to get you into this class please let EWQHA know you are interested and we can add additional dates.  Please contact EWQHA for sign up information.

http://www.ewqha.com/contact.html
1-509-859-3537
EWQHASS@gmail.com

This course will begin in the classroom to explain the training methodology and then you’re off to get your horse in hand with just a halter. You will work on basic ground work that will teach your horse to move on the haunch, shoulder, forward, back, and laterally. Next you will work through the basics of moving through cavelletis and simple obstacles while driving your horse in hand. After lunch the group will move onto the trail course to work on the teeter totter, bridges, water, logs, and more. Trail
obstacles will be ridden after they have been accomplished in hand.

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3 Day Mountain Trail Clinic
Jun
22
to Jun 24

3 Day Mountain Trail Clinic

Mountain Trail is one of the fastest growing disciplines in the horse world. Whether you would like to compete or be a better partner with your horse on the trail, this course can help. The work that you will do with your horse during this 3 day course will create the ground work for a safe and sane mount out on the trail. There will be over 30 obstacles that we will work on as well as arena work to achieve the basic foundation. From beginner trail to advanced trail, there is something for everyone.

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2 Day Working Equitation Clinic
Jun
16
to Jun 17

2 Day Working Equitation Clinic

Join us for an introduction to Working Equitation! Working Equitation is an international equestrian sport that is growing quickly in the United States.  It consists of three phases – dressage, ease of handling (a judged course of obstacles), and speed (a timed course of obstacles). This fun, informative two-day clinic will consist of an overview of the sport, course walk, Q&A, guided ease of handling sessions, and a mock competition on the afternoon of the second day if time permits. Horses and riders of all levels and disciplines are welcome to try Working Equitation in this supportive environment or advance their Working Equitation skills for the show ring.

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1 Day Introduction To Mountain Trail
May
19
9:00 AM09:00

1 Day Introduction To Mountain Trail

The course will begin in the classroom to explain the training methodology and then you’re off to get your horse in hand with just a halter. You will work on basic ground work that will teach your horse to move on the haunch, shoulder, forward, back, and laterally. Next you will work through the basics of moving through cavelletis and simple obstacles while driving your horse in hand. After lunch the group will move onto the trail course to work on the teeter totter, bridges, water, logs, and more. Trail
obstacles will be ridden after they have been accomplished in hand.

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2 Day Working Equitation Clinic
May
5
to May 6

2 Day Working Equitation Clinic

Join us for an introduction to Working Equitation! Working Equitation is an international equestrian sport that is growing quickly in the United States.  It consists of three phases – dressage, ease of handling (a judged course of obstacles), and speed (a timed course of obstacles). This fun, informative two-day clinic will consist of an overview of the sport, course walk, Q&A, guided ease of handling sessions, and a mock competition on the afternoon of the second day if time permits. Horses and riders of all levels and disciplines are welcome to try Working Equitation in this supportive environment or advance their Working Equitation skills for the show ring.

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3 Day Barefoot Trimming Clinic
Apr
13
to Apr 15

3 Day Barefoot Trimming Clinic

This course is a comprehensive look for any owner who wants to have a basic knowledge of what to look for in a good bare hoof trim or shoeing. We will look at and dissect cadaver hoofs to unravel the intricacies of the horse's hoof and how it functions. Each student will have a chance to trim a cadaver hoof and their own personal horse. We will have space for only 10 students.

Add paddock fees if you are bringing your own horse.

Cost: $420
Auditors: $25.00 per day

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3 Day Mountain Trail Clinic
Apr
6
to Apr 8

3 Day Mountain Trail Clinic

Mountain Trail is one of the fastest growing disciplines in the horse world. Whether you would like to compete or be a better partner with your horse on the trail, this course can help. The work that you will do with your horse during this 3 day course will create the ground work for a safe and sane mount out on the trail. There will be over 30 obstacles that we will work on as well as arena work to achieve the basic foundation. From beginner trail to advanced trail, there is something for everyone.

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10 Day Bare Hoof Trimming Clinic
Nov
6
to Nov 17

10 Day Bare Hoof Trimming Clinic

10 Day Bare Hoof Trimming Clinic

This course is a comprehensive look for any owner or potential trimmer who wants to have a basic knowledge of what to look for in a good bare hoof trim or shoeing. We will look at and dissect cadaver hoofs to unravel the intricacies of the horse's hoof and how it functions. Each student will have a chance to trim a cadaver hoof and their own personal horse. We will have space for only 10 students.

Students can participate in the first 3 days for $420.
Add paddock fees if you are bringing your own horse.

Cost: $1400
Auditors: $25.00 per day

Dates:
November 6th-10th and 13th-17th, 2017
Monday-Friday

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Mountain Trail Playday and Schooling Show
Sep
23
to Sep 24

Mountain Trail Playday and Schooling Show

Come join us for a 1 day play-day with lessons and a 1 day schooling show. You can sign up for lessons from 9:00 am until 1:00 pm. Lessons will be in groups of 5 and will be for 1 hour each.  After the lessons you can practice on a limited number of obstacles for the rest of the afternoon. The show will start at 9:00 am on Sunday and will be judged by a certified IMTCA judge.  Spaces limited to 15 participants.

Time will be allowed for Q&A with the judge after the show has been completed.

Includes: Dry camping, a horse paddock, a group lesson and Sunday's schooling show.

Cost: $180

Date:

September 23-24, 2017

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2 Day Introduction to Working Equitation Clinic
Sep
9
to Sep 10

2 Day Introduction to Working Equitation Clinic

Join us for an introduction to working equitation! Working equitation is an international equestrian sport growing quickly in the United States and consisting of three phases–dressage, ease of handling (a judged course of obstacles), and speed (a timed course of obstacles). This fun, informative two-day clinic will consist of an overview of the sport, course walk, Q&A, guided ease of handling sessions, and a mock competition on the afternoon of the second day if time permits. Horses and riders of all levels and disciplines are welcome to try working equitation in this supportive environment or advance their working equitation skills for the show ring.

Taught by certified WE United judge Kristen Snyder

Includes: paddock and dry camping

Cost: $260.00
Auditors: $25.00 per day

Dates:
September 8-11, 2017

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3 Day Mountain Trail Clinic
Sep
2
to Sep 5

3 Day Mountain Trail Clinic

This clinic is an intensive training course that will help you to learn the skill needed to train horses for Mountain Trail. Whether you want this knowledge for back country horses or competition it will help you achieve a closer partnership with any of the horses you train. We will help you acquire the timing in the in-hand ground work and then move into the saddle to get the flow, timing and precise movements that are needed for showing. We will work on each student as they will be judged by a certified judge through each obstacle. This will help enhance your training by acquiring the communication need to keep your horse straight and engaged through each obstacle. Each day we will work on basic equitation before hitting the course to help with aids and riding skill. You will also work on trotting and cantering between obstacles.

Includes: Paddock and dry camping

Cost: $400.00
Auditors: $25.00 per day

Dates:
September 1-4, 2017

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2 Day Working Equitation
Aug
26
to Aug 27

2 Day Working Equitation

Join us for an introduction to working equitation! Working equitation is an international equestrian sport growing quickly in the United States and consisting of three phases–dressage, ease of handling (a judged course of obstacles), and speed (a timed course of obstacles). This fun, informative two-day clinic will consist of an unmounted overview of the sport and course walk, Q&A, guided ease of handling sessions, and a mock competition on the second day. Horses and riders of all levels and disciplines are welcome to try working equitation in this supportive environment or advance their working equitation skills for the show ring.

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Mountain Trail Clinic
Jul
28
to Jul 30

Mountain Trail Clinic

Mountain Trail is one of the fastest growing disciplines in the horse world. Whether you would like to compete or be a better partner with your horse on the trail, this course can help. The work that you will do with your horse during this 3 day course will create the ground work for a safe and sane mount out on the trail. There will be over 30 obstacles that we will work on as well as arena work to achieve the basic foundation. From beginner trail to advanced trail, there is something for everyone.

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2 Day Working Equitation
Jul
22
to Jul 23

2 Day Working Equitation

Join us for an introduction to working equitation! Working equitation is an international equestrian sport growing quickly in the United States and consisting of three phases–dressage, ease of handling (a judged course of obstacles), and speed (a timed course of obstacles). This fun, informative two-day clinic will consist of an unmounted overview of the sport and course walk, Q&A, guided ease of handling sessions, and a mock competition on the second day. Horses and riders of all levels and disciplines are welcome to try working equitation in this supportive environment or advance their working equitation skills for the show ring.

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Women in the Wilderness - FULL
Jun
23
to Jun 25

Women in the Wilderness - FULL

Women in the Wilderness was last offered in the early 2000's by Washington Guides and Outfitters. We, at Rendezvous Ranch, believe this special program was so beneficial to women that we want to offer it once again. Yes, it is for women and taught by women. The different skills offered are Mountain Trail through obstacles, packing and rigging, Dutch oven cooking, and basic orienteering. There will also be an introduction to the benefits of equine natural hoof care and barefoot trimming, as opposed to traditional farrier methods.

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5 Day Barefoot Trimming Clinic
Jun
9
to Jun 13

5 Day Barefoot Trimming Clinic

This course is a comprehensive look for any owner who wants to have a basic knowledge of what to look for in a good bare hoof trim or shoeing. We will look at and dissect cadaver hoofs to unravel the intricacies of the horses hoof and how it functions. Each student will have a chance to trim a cadaver hoof and their own personal horse. We will have space for only 10 students.

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3 Day Mountain Trail
Jun
2
to Jun 4

3 Day Mountain Trail

Mountain Trail is one of the fastest growing disciplines in the horse world. Whether you would like to compete or be a better partner with your horse on the trail, this course can help. The work that you will do with your horse during this 3 day course will create the ground work for a safe and sane mount out on the trail. There will be over 30 obstacles that we will work on as well as arena work to achieve the basic foundation. From beginner trail to advanced trail, there is something for everyone.

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Women in the Wilderness
May
26
to May 28

Women in the Wilderness

Women in the Wilderness was last offered in the early 2000's by Washington Guides and Outfitters. We, at Rendezvous Ranch, believe this special program was so beneficial to women that we want to offer it once again. Yes, it is for women and taught by women. The different skills offered are Mountain Trail through obstacles, packing and rigging, and Dutch oven cooking. There will also be an introduction to the benefits of equine natural hoof care and barefoot trimming, as opposed to traditional farrier methods.

These skills are taught by experienced horsewomen with years of combined expertise. Each night you will enjoy a hearty Dutch oven dinner that you have helped create and prepare. The riding will be directly from the ranch onto thousands of acres of state land. If you have a special interest not listed, please let us know when you register
and we will see if we can accommodate your wishes. Bring your own
horse or rent one of ours.

Includes: All dry camping and horse paddocks.

Cost: $460.00 with your own horse
$610.00 with a ranch horse
Auditors: $25.00 per day

Dates:
*May 26-28, 2017
*10% discount use code 7U2TI0E during check out on our website. https://rendezvousranch.net/women-in-the-wilderness-info/

June 23-25, 2017
August 18-20, 2017

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Working Equitation with Chesna Klimek
May
20
to May 21

Working Equitation with Chesna Klimek

Join us for an introduction to working equitation! Working equitation is an international equestrian sport growing quickly in the United States and consisting of three phases–dressage, ease of handling (a judged course of obstacles), and speed (a timed course of obstacles). This fun, informative two-day clinic will consist of an unmounted overview of the sport and course walk, Q&A, guided ease of handling sessions, and a mock competition on the second day. Horses and riders of all levels and disciplines are welcome to try working equitation in this supportive environment or advance their working equitation skills for the show ring.

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5 Day Barefoot Trimming Clinic
Mar
3
to Mar 7

5 Day Barefoot Trimming Clinic

This course is a comprehensive look for any owner who wants to have a basic knowledge of what to look for in a good bare hoof trim or shoeing. We will look at and dissect cadaver hoofs to unravel the intricacies of the the horses hoof and how it functions. Each student will have a chance to trim a cadaver hoof and their own personal horse. We will have space for only 10 students.

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Rendezvous Ranch 2017 Schedule
Jan
1
12:30 PM12:30

Rendezvous Ranch 2017 Schedule

Rendezvous Ranch 2017 Schedule

9140 Nahahum Canyon Road, CashmereWA

425-923-6609

 

 

March 3-7                    5 Day Barefoot Trimming Clinic

 

May 20-21                   Working Equitation with Chesna Klimek

May 26-28                  Women in the Wilderness

 

June 2-4                      Mountain Trail Clinic

June 9-13                     5 Day Barefoot Trimming Clinic

June 23-25                  Women in the Wilderness

 

July 3-7                      Youth Horse Camp

July 10-14                   Youth Horse Camp

July 22-23                  Working Equitation Clinic

July 28-30                  Mountain Trail Clinic

 

August 7-11              Youth Horse Camp

August 18-20             Women in the Wilderness

August 26-27            Working Equitation

Lessons and training currently available at Appleatchee

 

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