KnP Training and Lessons is a family-owned business with 3 generations worth of experience in horse training. The trainers at KnP specialize in helping everyday horse owners overcome their riding and horsemanship obstacles to achieve their horsemanship dreams using patience and understanding. KnP is primarily a mobile training and coaching service but also offers in house training, riding lessons, and clinics throughout the year.
Revolutionize your riding, fix problems, and improve your equine relationship with KnP Training and Lessons. Contact us to schedule your lesson today.
October 25-26, 2014
This riding clinic is for beginners to intermediate riders and horses. This clinic is geared towards improving your equine relationship and you and your horse’s current skill set. Topics include; groundwork for respect, getting control of the whole horse, neck reining, proper cuing, stops, side pass, yielding the quarters, getting forward motion, exercises for a better broke horse, an explanation of bits and how they work, question and more. $150 per person, audit $15.
Advanced Horsemanship Clinic
November 1-2, 2014
Take your horsemanship to the next level. Learn the patterns, drills, and training philosophies used by professionals to create truly broke horses that are a joy to ride and handle. Topics include; groundwork for respect, finishing exercises, two tracking, flying lead changes, sidepassing, yielding the quarters, collection, speed control, head sets without using training aids, rollbacks, pivots, and much more. Great for anyone interested in western dressage, western riding, trail, competitive trail riding, western horsemanship, or those looking for body control in speed events. Riders must be comfortable at the walk, trot, and canter.
November 15, 2014
Stop the Spooking. Get help with ground manners, and other spooking related issues. Perfect for anyone looking to build confidence and trust in their horse and themselves or interested in competing in trail and competitive trail riding. Learn how to approach and overcome any obstacle and the steps to building a trusting relationship. Limited to 14 people. $75 per person, may bring an additional horse for $35, limit one additional horse per person.
Training For A Bright Future Clinic
November 16, 2014
This clinic covers the do’s and don’ts of handling young horses, provides groundwork exercises for control and respect, and shows you how to interact positively and correctly with your young horse while preparing them to be started under saddle. Topics include desensitization with multiple obstacles, and everyday skills such as worming, preparing for the farrier, fly spraying, bathing, and clipping. Clinic limited to 12. $75 per person.