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        04-01-2008, 10:48 PM
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    Savvy in the Canadian Rockies!

    :roll: Focus on Level 3 Savvy during a 5-Month Working Student Program at Cardinal Ranch.
    Experience a working horse ranch in the Canadian Rockies and study Level 3 of the Parelli Natural Horse.man.ship Program. Intensive coaching is provided in a series of Level 3 clinics by 3 Star Parelli Professional, Don Halladay. Also participate in clinics with World Champion Reiner, Craig Johnson, and Associate Parelli Instructor for Dressage, Karen Rohlf.
    Students will be exposed to all aspects of ranch operation like cattle handling and drives, holistic horse care, developing horses naturally, right from foal imprinting and early learning. There will be lots of riding out in ‘nature’s playground’.
    Are you ready to bring your horse.man.ship to the next level?
    Are you ready to be part in a supportive and challenging team?
    Then join the Cardinal Ranch for a time of fun, hard work, and inspiration as we move towards our goals together!
    Applications are still being accepted for 2008 (May 5 – Oct 3, 2008) (Start dates are flexible)
    More information on applications, schedule, fees, and course outlines available at www.cardinalranch.com or call 1 250 968 4481.
    After completing the 5 Month Level 3 Development Program, students may stay on as volunteers at no cost making their total stay up to one year.
         

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