29th Annual Mounted Police Colloquium
October 21-25, 2013
Guest Instructors may include Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Philadelphia and U.S. Park Police, Toronto, Canada Mounted Police, Lexington and the Kentucky Horse Park Mounted Police. Course content will include flatwork, jumping, crowd control and additional topics to be announced.
The Kentucky Horse Park will be the conference site for the 29th Annual National Mounted Police Colloquium. Registration will be limited to the first 100 paid applicants. You are not registered until your payment or purchase order has been received.
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Mounted Police Civilian Sensory Training Clinic (Novice)Kentucky Horse Park, Covered Arena
October 26, 2013
Guest instructors may include Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Philadelphia and U.S. Park Police, Toronto, Canada Mounted Police, Lexington, and the Kentucky Horse Park Mounted Police. School your horse with the same sensory training techniques the mounted police use to train their horses. The clinic, grounded in natural horsemanship fundamentals, is done in-hand and under saddle. Riders work at their own speed and comfort level. All breeds of horses and riding disciplines are welcome. Must be 21 years old to participate.
Contact Info:Captain Lisa Rakes: 859-576-4429
Stall Information:All participants will be furnished a 10x10 stall (asphalt flooring) in an open shed-row style barn. Water will be available from a freeze-proof hydrant at the end of each barn. You will need to provide your own bedding and water/feed buckets. Shavings and/or feed can also be purchased from our on-site concessionaire, Devers, by calling 859.233.9702. Stalls will be on a first-come, first-served basis but there will be plenty available. Working out of your trailer is also permitted.
Medical Information:Medical coverage will be provided by Safety Tec, Inc. during clinic hours. An EMT will be on-site and readily available. They can also be reached at 859.321.1963.
Requirements:HelmetsRope-style halter12 ft. leadRegular tack, feed/water buckets, etc.