This class is designed to help the horse and rider at work in the snaffle bit and/or the Bosal (hackamore). This class will help you find a softer more pliable horse, and help you to start being able to speak to individual parts of your horse at a time, while putting these parts into motion independently of each other.
This class is designed to help the confident horseman to understand sending the horse safely over, around, or through obstacles that may be found on the trail. This will cover obstacles from jumps to deadfalls, inclines and declines, and many more. This course will take you quite possibly beyond the trail, to the extreme trail obstacles.
Harley Goad is sixteen years old, and she attends York Agricultural Institute in Jamestown Tennessee. She also is a member of The Mt. Helen United Baptist Church, Fentress County 4-H project, and the Mark Twain Chapter FFA. She has been competing in 4-H horse judging, horse bowl and hipology for the past six years and showing in 4-H horse shows for the past seven years. She has won 20 State 4-H Championships and a reserve World Championship in the Racking Horse Celebration. Harley has also competed in two Youth and Yearling Mustang Challenges held by Flying B Horsemanship, where she received first runner up in the first competition and in her second competition she received first place. She is competing in the youth division of the Extreme Mustang Makeover in October at Miller Colosseum in Murfreesboro Tennessee. Harley is an apprentice for Mike Branch with Flying B Horsemanship. She loves showing horses and just helping all the people she can to improve basic horsemanship skills.
Caleb Leach- Apprentice Program
" Again, thank you for having me, I really enjoyed my time with you. My horsemanship was challenged yet again, and I believe I'm a better horseman even after just a few days there. I look forward to my future training as your apprentice".
Caleb is 18 years old, a member of Willowbrook Baptist Church, was a member of Anderson County 4H Horse Project, and was home schooled through high school.