Clinton is looking for fearful, disrespectful or spooky problem horses, horses with general control problems, and horses that you’ve tried training using the Method but need some help in areas. Demo horses must be under 10 years of age, and are needed for the following demonstrations:
One 3-hour demonstration
PROBLEM TRAILER LOADING
One 1.25-hour demonstration
One 45-minute demonstration
One 1.5-hour demonstration
Demo Horse Application
FeeThere is a $100 one-time, non-refundable deposit for Clinton to use your horse in the demonstration regardless of how much the horse is used. The $100 is payable upon confirmation that your horse is selected.
ScheduleAll horses must arrive at the facility between 9 a.m. and noon on Friday, and will be released at the end of the day Sunday once the demonstrations are over.
At the Midwest Horse Fair, horses used for demos must arrive at the event on Thursday, April 19th by 9:00 p.m. and will be permitted to leave the event at 5:00 p.m. on Sunday, April 22nd.
The schedule will vary for horses used for training demonstrations at Equine Affaire.
AccomodationsStalls will be available at the facility. Rates vary by state and facility. All horse owners are responsible for their own feed and shavings and care of their horses.
APPLICATIONsMidwest Horse Fair applications must be turned in 2 months in advance.
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