Jill M. Rohrbach
The cost is $400 per horse/rider and includes three days of instruction on July 23-25. Check-in is 9 a.m. on Friday, and the event concludes at 4 p.m. on Sunday. The fee does not include meals and the camping fee at Steele Creek Horse Camp on the Buffalo National River near Ponca. You’ll pay $10 a night for camping.
Space is limited to 10 horses/riders. You can secure your reservation with a 50 percent deposit. The balance is then due when you check in for the clinic. Proof of negative coggins is required, of course. Front shoes or boots are recommended for horses.
All camping essentials from food to drinking cups to insect repellant is your responsibility. You need to provide feed, hay and water (buckets too) for your horse. Proper horse camping is one of the topics that will be discussed throughout the weekend.