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Tammy Greaves Two-Day Riding and Horsemanship Clinic

Updated: Aug 7, 2023

The Irish Quarter Horse Association (IQHA) is thrilled to invite riders of all disciplines to a remarkable two-day Western Horsemanship and Riding Clinic. Set against the picturesque backdrop of Drumcoura City, this event promises an unforgettable experience for both Mainstream and Western riders. Renowned BHS and WES instructor, as well as AQHA professional, Tammy Greaves, will lead the clinic, bringing her expertise to help riders elevate their skills to new heights. Whether you're a dedicated dressage rider or curious about Western-inspired horsemanship, this clinic offers an incredible opportunity to expand your equestrian horizons. Mark your calendars for July 22nd and 23rd and prepare for an enriching journey!

Often, riders tend to limit themselves within a specific discipline, missing out on the potential benefits of exploring diverse equestrian techniques. This clinic aims to bridge the gap between Mainstream and Western riding, allowing participants to embrace new perspectives and broaden their equestrian knowledge. Tammy Greaves, with her vast experience coaching both Western and Dressage riders, offers a unique blend of expertise that seamlessly integrates these disciplines. By participating in this event, English riders can discover the surprising harmony that exists between these seemingly distinct styles.

Tammy possesses a deep understanding of traditional English riding and Western equestrian practices. Her invaluable insights and techniques have propelled countless riders to success, both in competitive arenas and recreational pursuits.

Dressage riders, renowned for their pursuit of precision and harmony with their horses, stand to gain immensely from Tammy Greaves' expertise. By incorporating elements of Western horsemanship, riders can develop a deeper connection with their equine partners, enhancing their communication and achieving a higher level of refinement in their movements. The clinic provides a unique opportunity for dressage enthusiasts to explore the subtle similarities between the two disciplines, leading to a more comprehensive understanding of equestrian artistry.

Riders, regardless of their specific discipline, can embrace the clinic as a gateway to expanding their equestrian repertoire. Tammy Greaves' expertise will help riders refine their seat, balance, and aids, allowing them to enhance their overall effectiveness in the saddle. By integrating Western principles, riders will gain a fresh perspective on communication and partnership with their horses, ultimately improving their performance and creating a more harmonious connection.

Whether you're a seasoned rider or just starting your equestrian journey, the IQHA's Western Horsemanship and Riding Clinic welcomes participants of all ages and skill levels. Tammy Greaves' coaching style is adaptable, ensuring that each rider receives personalized attention and guidance tailored to their unique needs and goals. From beginners looking to establish a solid foundation to advanced riders seeking to refine their skills, this clinic promises an inclusive and supportive environment for growth and learning.

Participants are welcome to come for one or both days. The event is open to members and nonmembers. The nonmember rate will include a year of IQHA/AQHA membership! Stabling will be available on-site for those bringing horses. If you would like to stay over there are pods at Drumcoura and B&B's located mere minutes away.

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