Get the attention and benefit of two professionals in one clinic! Jack and Emma Minteer from Rose Hill Ranch in Naples, NY will be focusing on building trust and confidence with your horse as well as problem solving and stress free obstacles. Spots are limited so sign up today!
March 7, 9am-4pm
Jack and Emma have years of experience working with young horses as well as a variety of problem horses. These professionals are sure to help you conquer any problems you have with your horse and will help you and your horse gain more trust and confidence in each other. This clinic is suitable for riders of all ages and abilities.
$175/participant (lunch provided)
Auditors are welcome at $25/adult and $15/youth.
To register or sign up to audit, contact Homestead Stables at (716) 338-9800. Your spot will not be held unless payment and registration form has been received. Download registration form here.
Jack & Emma Minteer Bio
After a bull riding career of over thirty years, Jack now competes in Reined Cow Horse events. He is a second generation trainer who uses the same training principles as his father, Dave Minteer. Jack and his family represent over 100 years of training experience. Emma’s passion for horses started at an early age and by the time she was 15, she was already starting colts. She became involved with the Extreme Mustang Makeover in 2012 and has since trained four mustangs through the EMM, making the top ten finals in all four competitions. The Minteers are very involved with the Extreme Mustang Makeover, working together with the Mustang Heritage Foundation in creating more awareness and adoptions for America’s Mustangs. In addition to working with mustangs, Jack and Emma work with problem horses and start horses for all disciplines.
Learn more about Jack and Emma at www.rosehillranch.net.
Stalls & Camping
A limited number of stalls are available for $25/day shavings included, owner supplies all hay and grain. Camping hook ups available for $25/day. All horses will need to provide a negative coggins and rabies vaccination within 1 year.