PERCEPTIVE HORSEMANSHIP & RIDING WITH LESTER BUCKLEY
November 1-3, 20197am
PERCEPTIVE HORSEMANSHIP & RIDING WITH LESTER BUCKLEY.
NOV ,2 and 3rd 2019
Multi-disciplinary teacher of Western & English riding, Sport Horse disciplines & the principles of Classical Dressage
Brandreth Farms, Talking Rock, GA
Indoor arena and stalls
Two-day clinic for beginner to advanced riders and trainers of all disciplines
Limited to 12 riders (3 riders per group) – 90-minute sessions. There will be a short lecture in the morning, a demo after lunch and a happy hour Q & A Saturday evening. BYOB
Rider fee is $475 for the 2-day clinic (includes light breakfast & lunch).
Private lesson available Nov,1st after 3:00 pm and semi lessons on Nov, 2nd after 5:30 on Nov 2nd .( PLEASE plan ahead for lessons. )
No additional cost for indoor stabling.
Full trailer hookup $25 per night
Dry hookup $15 per night.
Auditors $60 per day (includes breakfast & lunch). Limited to 40 auditors.
Riders need to bring their own water buckets, rolling cart or wheel barrow and rake.
No shavings needed
Riders and Auditors are required to sign Release of Liability.
Microtel Inn & Suites by Wyndham Jasper
Lester Buckley is licensed by the German FN in dressage and sport jumping.
Lester is also a championship cutting horse trainer.
He blends the concepts of Tom Dorrance and Ray Hunt with those of classical dressage.
For many years, Mr. Buckley supervised colt starting and horse training at the Parker Ranch in Hawaii and the King Ranch in Texas. He has started over 3,000 horses. He has trained horses from elite level dressage and show jumping to horses used by working cowboys.
Lester works with each horse and rider to help them achieve balance and forward movement while establishing trust and understanding.
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To learn more about Lester, go to lesterbuckley.com to read testimonials from Jack Brainard (legendary Texas horseman), Sheila Varian (Arabian horse legend), and Leopoldo Palacios (FEI Official International Show Jumping Course Designer) and Dr. Robert Miller (DVM and Equine Behaviorist).
No Dogs allowed!