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    05-27-2011, 08:19 PM
Trail Clinic SW Alberta

Due to the massive amount of rain we've had this week this clinic will be postponed by a week or two (TBD shortly):

Backcountry Horsemanship Clinic
June 4-5, 2011

Trail riding in the Rocky Mountains is a fantastic experience every rider
Should feel safe experiencing whether planning a single outing, or intending
To make this a frequent activity for you and your horse.
Rocky Mountain Outfitters is offering a clinic in-camp on backcountry
Horsemanship. Spend the weekend in the backcountry of Kananaskis gaining
Hands-on knowledge and skills from outfitters with an abundance of
Topics and activities included in the clinic are: setting up a camp, what to
Bring, safely fording a creek, handling hills, poor weather, bears, etc.
You are encouraged to bring your own horse; however, for those who
Choose to use ours, there will be an additional charge.
Limited space > cost is $250 for the weekend.
Call Allan @ (403)401-0040 for more information.

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