Courses and Camps
Continuous Equine Education Clinic
Jerry Jones is the owner-operator of the Circle K Horse Pavilion in Cookeville, TN. He has over 20 years of experience shoeing, training, and raising running horses. Jerry, for the past 10 years, has presented clinics and seminars to introduce techniques and maneuvers for a solid foundation of continuous equine education.
The Clinic addresses these among other topics:
North Star Positions
Boney Column Alignment
Total Balance of Horse
Primary and Secondary Impacts
*Primary Reasoning in Horse Behavior
Yin Yang Theory of Horse Energy
Respect Through Ground Work
Body language, Cues, and Program Reflects
*Seminar Fee: $500.00 per day plus expenses
-Two day riding clinic: $200.00 per person (clinic must be a minimum of 7 riders).
Seasonal Day Camp – May 27, 2013 through July 22, 2013
Circle K Horse Pavilion offers seasonal day camps. Spring, summer, and fall camps are based on the Putnam County School calendar.
The seasonal camps will feature both ground and mounted lessons and offer instruction in the discipline areas of Western, English, Jumping, Dressage, Showmanship, Horsemanship, Halter, Equation, and Hunt Seat.
Hours are from 9am to 4pm weekdays and flexible drop off and pickup hours are available for working parents. The camp promotes safe and progressive riding while allowing the camper “fun both in the ring and on the trail.”
We start with the ground work, which teaches safety in handling, leading, grooming, and riding. Also we cover proper nutrition and feeding of the horse, proper tack and tack care.
Whether you are starting as a beginner or are already an experienced horse person, there is an opportunity for you to begin or progress in your horse-handling skills.
To be a good rider, you must know what a horse is. You must understand the horse, and why it behaves the way it does. You and your horse must become almost as one. If you understand the instincts that cause a horse to act in a certain way, you can use that knowledge to become more skilled as a horse person.
The camp will cover several maneuvers within the basic handle: walk, trot, backup, circles, stops, and lateral maneuvers. Each camper learns safety awareness, development of a secure seat, correct posture, and good riding habits. Two hours of daily mounted instructions are available for each camper with hands-on work accomplished both in the ring and on the trail. Accommodations for horse owners are also available.
For more information, or to register for camp, call Margaret Martin at (931)260-8806.
Call for more details : (931)260-8806