Have you thought about riding bitless, or do you currently ride without a bit? Come learn all about bitless riding and the keys to doing is safely. This 3 hour riding clinic will be held at our rescue! Bring your horse or use one of ours. Learn specific techniques to improve communication with your horse while riding.
How is it different from riding w a bit?
Why would you want to ride in a rope halter?
What other aids can you use to communicate w your horse?
Are you giving proper release?
Date: Saturday June 27th 1-3pm 3 hour riding clinic
What to bring: Bring a Parelli Rope Halter and lead line if you have one, if not we have a few to loan
Max Participants: 4 students
Cost: $60- must be paid in advance and non refundable since space is limited. Click here to sign up
Back again to show us how the Parelli 7 games can work in real scenarios and be used for problem solving, obstacle courses, and trailer loading. Details Use one of our horses or bring yours! (proof of neg coggins must accompany horse) Clinic Hours: 9-noon Cost:$50 Prerequisite: Familiarity w the Parelli 7 games If you have no experience w the 7 games, Contact Clair for a private lesson can be arranged before our clinic date We will have more details and updated information on this site soon, just wanted to get the announcement out there so everyone can mark their calendars! SPACE IS LIMITED TO PREPAY TO RESERVE YOUR SPACE Check to Horse Rescue of South Florida 3847 2nd Ave SE Naples, FL 34117 Click on this link to sign up w Paypal or use your address email@example.com or call w your credit card 239-963-7296 See you there!
Grab your wallets and come shopping! Great deals on used tack. Proceeds go to helping care for our horses.
Saturday June 13th from 9-noon
Sutherland’s General Store Parking Lot
Collier Blvd (that is route 951)
Boots and Breeches
Shipping boots/splint boots
Turn out Sheets
Join us to learn about volunteer and adoption opportunities!
Saturday June 6th at 9am
Golden Gate Estates, Naples, FL
Volunteers play a vital role in the care of the horses here! A few committed volunteers will have the opportunity to spend the summer working with horses. It is hot, hard work, but so very rewarding. You should attend this event if:
1. You are committed to helping horses
2. Have the ability/transportation to show up on designated dates on time
3. Can follow directions and work well with others
4. Can commit to at least once a week thru August
If you are interested in adopting a horse in the future, this is a great way to learn about horses and to develop a relationship with a horse that is already here. Learn what it takes, time, money, and resources to responsibly care for a horse.
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org