The summer of 2018 will be the 46th year of Summer Horsemanship Schools in Texas! This fun and educational opportunity is going to see some exciting program changes this year to celebrate its 46th year! Changes will reflect the desires of participants all while continuing to strengthen the foundation of horsemanship and develop advanced riding skills of youth and adults alike!
Hosting a Summer Horsemanship School is possible for any group including, but not limited to, youth, 4-H, and horse clubs in the state of Texas. These clinics are designed to deliver relevant and helpful information to all levels and ages of horseman. Participants will gain valuable riding and horse management knowledge. You can choose to host either a two-day or three-day clinic. Simply pick your most ideal dates in the month of June and we’ll provide the clinicians to conduct your clinic! With registration, a packet of information will be sent to you in early spring to outline details of hosting a summer horsemanship school.
NEW THIS YEAR!!!
You can select a discipline focus for your clinic! Have you noticed that the majority of your group is interested in a specific discipline? Well this year we are giving you the opportunity to choose from a variety to disciplines in which your clinic will be focused around. Available disciplines will be based off of clinician skills and strengths and a list of available options will be announced mid-spring for hosts to choose from. For example, your clinic could choose a focus on stock horse events, speed events, or english judged events.
If you are interested in hosting a summer horsemanship you can begin by registering online at https://agriliferegister.tamu.edu/Horse or by phone at 979-845-2604.
- 2 Day School – $1,300
- 3 Day School – $1,550
A $300 deposit is due upon registration. The remaining balance must be paid in full no later than May 15, 2018. Please provide us your 1st, 2nd, and 3rd date choices with your registration and we will do our best to accommodate your first choice.
How can we help you host a Summer Horsemanship School this year? Please contact Chelsie Huseman at firstname.lastname@example.org or 979-845-5264 for more information and with any questions!
Are you interested in the science behind these horsemanship clinics? Follow this link to research that has been conducted on the Summer Horsemanship Schools: http://www.joe.org/joe/2010december/rb4.php.