Five Day Clinics:
The five day clinics will be limited to six participants. It is designed to allow more time for people to dig a little deeper into the philosophy behind the horsemanship. It will begin with supper Sunday night. We will gather for breakfast and discussion each morning, lunch and discussion each day. I will work with each person individually the first day and the rest of the week will evolve based on the interests of the group.
Three and Four day Clinics:
Three and four day clinics will have eight participants each with an individual session each day. Groups available on request.
Trail Clinics will be conducted in two groups of four or five. One group will work in the mornings, the other in the afternoon. The groups will work on supporting horses in group and trail environments. Groups will be organized by readiness of both the horse and person to match activities of the rest of a group. Prior work with me in clinics is a prerequisite.
A few words from my students:
Libby is able to teach concepts that are abstract by breaking down each piece into small details. She has the concentration and dedication to ride each step with you until you achieve the desired result. The hour you spend with Libby in a lesson is far reaching. You absorb the experience of the lesson and then you keep working and tinkering with the ideas presented during your session. Once the horses have been exposed to this concept a few times, the horses begin to look for the communication between you. You can see your horse’s curiosity peak and they are willing to try more things under your leadership. This idea forms a true partnership with harmony. If you have a chance to ride with Libby, you don’t want to miss out. You will have the best new partner imaginable.
~Prudence Glover, Townsend, Massechusetts