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Training Clinic in Pennsylvania

August 25, 2007
Olde McDonald's Farm
Marionville, PA
Owner Jim Whisner

10 AM to 1 PM morning session. Getting ready for the show ring from proper conditioning to tack and attire. There are 5 slots available for horses in this session. Joey will address any and all questions pertaining to the show ring at this time.

1 PM to 2 PM lunch break ( fully catered all food and drinks included in the price of the clinic)

2PM to 5PM afternoon session. Open to any and all questions (and breeds). There will be 5 slots available for horses at this time. Joey will address any questions or problems pertaining to riding, training and or any things horse related.

Contact for Directions and more information:
Jim Whisner
(814) 226-9736
(814) 229-3865

Cristy McHenry
(304) 662-2421
(304) 692-0969
Cost: Horse & Rider $65.00 per day
Auditors: $40.00 per day
Stalls: $10.00 for day
Note: Stalls must be cleaned by owner before leaving

There will also be a horsey flea market going on as well, any interested can set up a table to sell and horse related or unrelated items, we ask vendors to donate 5% of proceeds to the Appalachian club.
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