The Certified Horsemanship Association Radio Show will be on Horses in the Morning on the third Tuesday of each month at 9 a.m. Eastern Standard time. Please join us and listen in live! Topics will be based on training riders on how to have safe and effective communication with their horses. Click on hyperlinked dates below to listen to past shows.
Tara Reimer B. Sc. (Ag) has always been involved with horses including 30+ years of show ring experience. Tara spent 15 years with 4-H, both as a member and leader. From young, she has driven and shown the family’s Belgian hitch. Tara and her husband, Derek, own/operate Cloud 9 Ranch near Steinbach, Manitoba where she spends most of her time teaching Western and English riding and vaulting lessons, training horses, judging and giving clinics. She is a CHA Clinic Instructor certifying riding coaches across Canada and USA and she is the CHA Region 2 Director. She is also an AQHA Professional Horseman. Through Equine Canada she is a General Performance Judge and Western Coach. Tara continues to show horses herself and enjoys the challenge of preparing young horses for Futurities. She has experience showing AQHA, Futurities, Open shows, Gymkhana, Reining, Rodeo and Working Cow Horse Events. Tara’s passion is teaching, humans and horses, to develop their talents. It is because of these students that Tara was honored as 2013 CHA Instructor of the Year. Tara is also the Editorial and Marketing Manager for Horse Country magazine, educating horse enthusiasts and showcasing Canadian horses and their people. Cloud 9 Ranch– For the Horses’ Sake. www.cloud9ranch.ca
Designated the 2012 Horseperson of the Year by the Colorado Horse Council, Gerrie Barnes is known for quality, integrity, professionalism, and leadership in the horse community. She is a Certified Level 4 Western Riding Instructor by the Certified Horsemanship Association. Gerrie is a favorite with all levels of riders and folks who would like to get into riding and horses. She’s warm, funny, and respectful. Folks feel as though she’s talking directly to each one of them personally. As a professional educator, her information is clear, up to date, and researched. Her experience allows her to tailor that information to the skill level of the participants. She lives near Houston, Texas and her business, Progressive Horsemanship, specializes in adult western riders of all levels. Her areas of interest are Ranch Pleasure, Ranch Horse Versatility, Trail Class, and Western Dressage. www.progressivehorsemanship.com
July Show - Vaulting - What It Is, How To Do It and How to Incorporate It Into Your Riding Program Sponsored by Sky Line Equine with Patti Skipton and Tammi Gainer
June Show - Ground Handling Issues with Horses and How to Solve Them with Jill Montgomery and Dale Rudin. Sponsored by Sterling Back Ground Checks
April show - Pack and Trail Tips Defined - Training Your Horse to Hobble, Picket Line, Highline, etc. With Stan Loewen and Phil Peterson. Sponsored by Revitavet
March show - Helping Gaited Horses to Stay in Their Gaits in the Arena and on the Trail with Julie Dillon and Teresa Musgrave. Sponsored by North American Trail Ride Conference - NATRC.org
February show - Cantering From Just Starting to Flying Changes and Everything In Between. Guests - Jody Taylor and Julie Goodnight. Brought to you by Free Ride Western Safety Stirrups
January Show - Exercises and Drills for Riders to Do at All Levels Guests - Tara Gamble adn Teresa Kackert. Brought to you by Revitvet
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