I have not seen him do a clinic, I did see him compete in the trainers challenge though (have a lot of pictures from that too). Liked his attention to detail and safety, both for himself and his colt.
He's my local. The only person who was able to deal with loading my paint (out of 4 trainers). He was dripping wet in the end of the training session (as well as my paint) (and I guess doesn't want to see me as a student anymore... ) However I think he did a great job and I know number of people around used him to deal with problem horses.
Does anyone know the breeding on that horse. He looks like a Smart Chic Oleana horse?! **DROOLSSSSS**
Where I bought the QH I had, raised, trained and sold earlier this year, there was a whack load of horses from that same line. They all have exceptional tempers and work ethic. Haven't found a breed of horse that is better.