We are temporarily suspending Charlie’s Tuesday night Ride Night program. Question? Contact Debbie Hill @ 480-206-1570 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Chillmethod is holding a 2 day Horsemanship Clinic at Horseshoe Park Equestrian Center, Queen Creek, AZ on January 14 and 15, 2017, 8 am to 5 pm. It is limited enrollment, sign up on line at wwwchillmethod.com or call Debbie at 480-206-1570. A $100 deposit required to hold a spot for you. Total tuition is $300. This clinic will be instructed by Charlie Hills, founder of Chillmethod and Brian Bausch from Beyond Riding. This clinic will be beneficial on any level of rider over 12 years or development of the horse once they are saddle broke. Each horse and rider will do some work from the ground and ride in a group. Charlie has been a life long student of the horse and the recipient of Ray Hunt’s saddle at the Ray Hunt Memorial. His insight and vision can enhance your horses balance and carriage making them easier to ride and more responsive. Brian is a very talented rider and competed recently winning his 6th World Championship title as a Mounted Shooter, along with a long list of accomplishments as a roper, reined coworkers, entertainer, and many other aspects of the equine athlete. Brian’s talents not only come from his ability to ride out his understanding “Beyond Riding” as he helps you learn the things you and your horse need to be happy, obedient and competitive.
This coming Tuesday, Nov 8th, 2016, 6 to 8pm, come ride with Charlie Hill at a mini clinic at Horseshoe Park Equestrian Center. Brian Bausch will be there helping Charlie. So vote early and come ride with Charlie and Brian. No cost to you, a free will offering will be taken for Feed My Starving Children.
Don’t forget to come ride with Charlie Hill and Brian Bausch at Horseshoe Park Equestrian Centre this Tuesday night, for a mini clinic, 6 to 8pm. Charlie will pay the arena fees for HPEC, no cost to you, a free will offering to Feed My Starving Children will be taken. Come have a fun night of riding.
Come ride with Charlie Hill at Horseshoe Park Equestrian Center, Tuesday, September 20th, 2016, from 6 to 8pm. Brian Bausch will be helping Charlie, come bring your horse and have a fun night. Charlie has a couple issues to work with, plus whatever else might develop through the evening. No cost, a free will offering will be taken for Feed My Starving Children. Philippians 4:6 Be anxious for nothing, but by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your request be made known to God.
I want to remind you of our clinic scheduled for May 21, 22, 23, 2016 at the covered arena at Horseshoe Park Equestrian Center, on Riggs Rd in Queen Creek, Az. This will be a good opportunity, whether you have any issues with your horse or not. Each day for this 3-day clinic will be divided into 2 sessions. On day one both sessions an AM and a PM will focus on evaluation from the ground, and what I call “riding from the ground.” This will reveal where they are feeling back to us and where they believe they can take over or rush to get done without proper preparation. You will be able to work with your horse as if you were on their back, getting them to feel back to you, follow a feel, and stay on your line. This will benefit your understanding of these terms and coordination of the aids that will help you as you ride. The morning session of day 2 will continue with the focus on these same things. We may begin to mount to confirm how these things relate to riding. After the morning session of day 2, we will focus on riding and will be joined by those that enrolled to only the riding in the last 3 sessions, which are the PM session of day 2 and both sessions of day 3.
Brian Bausch, and his horse Rustler, from Americas Got Talent, will again be partnering with me. Brian is a 5 time world champion mounted shooter and an accomplished trainer in many disciplines. His individual attention and keeping everything running smooth, for myself and those that have come to know Brian, we thank Brian and have a great appreciation for what he brings to the table.
The clinic will start at 9am each day and end at 5pm with a 1 hour lunch each day. There will not be a lunch stand on the premises. The cost for the clinic is $375 for all 3 days, $200 for the last 3 sessions and $30 per day for auditing or discounted $75 for all 3 days for auditing. Brian and Rustler will be preforming during one of our breaks with the jazz group, “Flavor” to some patriotic songs.
Romans 1:20 For since the creation of the world God’s invisible qualities-his eternal power and divine nature – have been made , so that men are without excuse.
We have rescheduled the loping your horse mini-clinic to April 19, 2016 at Horseshoe Park Equestrian Center. Contact Debbie if your interested.