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    05-17-2011, 08:23 PM
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horsemanship course/ volunteering in the Caribbean

Hi Everybody,
I am new here and am happy to find this site.
I have a new farm in the Caribbean and am offering natural horsemanship workshop courses and volunteer opportunities.
The natural horsemanship program will focus on theory, methods and techniques. This is a hands on training course with personal instruction, by me. Students will learn halter training foals for the first time. Students will also learn proper grooming, tacking and plenty of ground work exercises. Horseback riding both on and off property, lessons available. All experience levels welcome. For more information on this opportunity PM me.
The volunteer program is designed for an all around basic introduction to natural horsemanship. Assist with grooming, feeding, tacking and equipement maintenance.
Volunteers also have the option to learn organic gardening as we have many vegetable gardens, tropical fruit trees, ornamentals/ flowers and herbs. General farm maintenance such as painting, fence repair, paddock clean up and tack room maintenance.
This is a great opportunity for those who wish to learn about horses and organic farming in a tropical setting..
Both programs include comfortable lodging, meals and WiFi on site. For more information PM me.
Passport is required and the willingness to learn is a must!
Property is set on top of a mountain overlooking the city of Puerto Plata in the Dominican Republic. It is a very beautiful, quiet and serene location where the horses live free in the pastures, with-in the herd, naturally.
I speak English, Italian and Spanish.
Look forward to hearing from you.
     

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