Sun, 31 Mar | Scolboa Meadow

Natural Horsemanship Workshops

Demonstrations and hands on learning in the art of Natural Horsemanship all in aid of Crosskennan Lane Animal Sanctuary!
Registration is Closed

Time & Location

31 Mar 2019, 09:30 – 16:30
Scolboa Meadow, Scolboa Meadow, United Kingdom

About the Event

Crosskennan have long followed the techniques of Natural Horsemanship. At this workshop you will be given demonstrations of techniques used in Natural Horsemanship and depending on numbers per workshop you will get the opportunity to work hands on with horses. All this training can be taken into working with your own horses and ponies.

Ticket Cost £15 per person per Session

Family tickets are available for groups of 4 (max of 2 adults)

Children's tickets are also available - Child (+1) and are for a child attending with an adult. Covers entry for 1 child and one responsible adult.

All children attending the event must be supervised at all times by an appropriate adult.

MORNING SESSION 9:30AM - 12:30PM

AFTERNOON SESSION 1:30PM - 4:30PM

Tea and coffee will be provided.

If you wish to attend both sessions please purchase a ticket for each.

If you are staying for both sessions then please bring a lunch with you.

Do not bring a horse to this event. Horses will be provided for you to work with. We cannot accommodate individual horses at this event.

Thank you.

Natural Horsemanship and Parelli

Natural Horsemanship is a philosophy of working with horses based on the horse's natural instincts and methods of communication, with the understanding that horses do not learn through fear or pain, but rather from pressure and the release of pressure.

In 1982 Pat Parelli began creating a natural horsemanship program to improve the relationship between humans and horses. Natural Horsemanship has become a viable and important aspect of the international horse industry and continues to expand and influence the way in which horses are trained.

It is a common misconception that Natural Horsemanship equals “wimpy” horsemanship, where the ‘relationship’ is prized above all else. This is not the case. Natural horsemanship trainers must use firm but fair force when necessary to ensure the safety of the rider or handler, as well as the horse. We simply do not use fear or pain to motivate the animal, nor do we attempt to force the animal into submission.

Tickets
Price
Quantity
Total
  • Morning Session - Single
    £15
    £15
    0
    £0
  • Sold Out
    Morning Session - Family (4)
    £30
    £30
    0
    £0
  • Sold Out
    Morning Session - Group of 5
    £60
    £60
    0
    £0
  • Sold Out
    Afternoon Session - Single
    £15
    £15
    0
    £0
  • Sold Out
    Afternoon Session - Group of 5
    £60
    £60
    0
    £0
Total£0

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