HORSEMANSHIP AND SHOWING CLINIC

April 21, 2016

University of Tennessee Extension Office and the Stewart County Riding Club are hosting Tony Schurmann for a horsemanship and showing clinic. 
Do you feel unprepared for this coming show season? Did you not perform as well as you had hoped at your least show? Are you new to showing and have no idea what the Judge is looking for? Then this horsemanship and showing clinic is for you!

The goal of this clinic is to go class-by-class for every discipline and express what the judge specifically looks for in that class. Tony will also communicate with each rider to work through whatever issue they may be having in the show ring. Show ettiquite and preparedness will also be discussed.

About our Clinician:
Tony Schurmann is a professional All-Around Horseman from Clarksville, Tennessee. He has been around horses most of his life and has over 16 years experience breaking training and showing all breeds of horses.
Tony has worked with some of the country's top horse trainers. Tony has and continues to show AQHA & APHA circuits. He has experience showing at the Illinois Paint Horse Association (IPHA), Wisconsin Paint Horse Association, Michigan Paint Horse Association, Illinois Quarter Horse Association (IQHA), Tennessee Quarter Horse Association (TQHA) and at American Quarter Horse Congress as well as many open shows and fair shows; and shown under some of the top judges in the world.
Tony enjoys riding horses, training horses, showing horses, judging shows as well as hosting many horse and rider clinics. He aims to help the Riders as well as the horses achieve confidence in themselves and a unique bond between Horse and Rider. Tony strives to set each horse and rider up for success by being very thorough when working with each client and their horse at a pace best suited for individual needs.
He offers disciplines in Halter, Showmanship, Horsemanship, Trail, Western Pleasure, Hunt Seat and Equitation.

 

 

 

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