May 13-14, 2023 (Mother's Day Weekend)
U of M Sarona Bruder Horsemanship Clinic
Participant June 10-11, 2023 University of MN Natural Horsemanship Clinic
This is for a clinic participant spot for the Bruder Horsemanship Natural Horsemanship clinic, June 10-11 at U of M arena. Current neg coggins and out of state health certificate required by facility. Stalls available at $25/day. Haul in's available. Stalls rentals payable by cash or check at clinic. Booking is non-refundable. Max participants 8/minimum 5.
Registration packet will be sent for all participants.
Free parking for participants and auditors!
Sarona will be available throughout and after clinic each day to answer any questions for both participants and auditors.
Sarona Bruder has worked and trained horses for over 25 years and has studied in depth the many facets of Natural Horsemanship exclusively for over a decade. She has ridden and studied under many of today's most influential horseman and women including Buck Brannaman, both Pat and Linda Parelli, Eitan Beth-Halacomy, Julie Goodnight, Monty Roberts, Lauren Barwick, Dave Ellis, Kalley Krickeberg, Richard Shrake, and many more. Owner and Founder of Good Horses to Good Homes, she believes miscommunication and misunderstandings are often the biggest factor between happy horse owners and riders and one needing a new home or facing and auction because "we just don't click'. Over the last 15 years she has used her extensive horse knowledge and Natural Horsemanship training to successfully retrain and rehomed over 300 horses of all ages and breeds to help 'good horses find good homes' after working with them to identify and help the horse overcome any underlying fears, vices, miscommunications, or simple lack of necessary foundation and trust. Sarona has personally studied horse and human psychology with Dr. Patrick Handley (paramount in human science behind Match .com), Linda Parelli, and Dr. Jenny Susser. She gives personal and group lessons as well and is always striving to better understand horse and human dynamics and adaptive ways to achieve success and understanding for both species.
Communication means sending or receiving information. Humans are an oral species, but horses are not and many people have trouble with their horses simply because they are unable to accurately read the horses body language, leaving you both frustrated at best and or afraid or hurt at worst. Sarona can help teach you to read your horse's body language and managing personal energy and expectations to get the best results from your horse while minimizing stress, discontent, by using too much or too little pressure, or by sending conflicting messages to the point you, your horse, or both questions your leadership. Whether it be pleasure riding, horsemanship, dressage, trail riding, or hobby horse ownership, Sarona can help you learn tools to better your relationship, communication, timing, feel, mutual trust, and success with your horse.
U of M Students and faculty admitted for free with University ID.
Participant cost is $475.00 and auditing is available. Stalls available at University of MN Dudley Barn at $25.00/day. Feed not provided. Current Neg. Coggins required (out of state horses require current health certificate). All participants must wear appropriate boots and helmet while riding. No stallions.