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The benefit will be followed by a 2-day Sumerel Training System Workshop, May 18-19 at the Heartwood Arabians facility. Students in the workshop may participate as observers ($95) or as active participants receiving one-on-one instruction from Dan as they work with their own horse ($195).
Dan Sumerel specializes in teaching horse lovers how to clearly understand what their horse is trying to communicate to them and, more importantly, how to respond in a way that encourages the horse to want to cooperate with the handler - no matter what the breed, age or gender of the horse. More about Dan Sumerel and the Sumerel Training System can be found at www.sumereltraining.com.
Stepping Stones, a non-profit organization that has served the Monroe/Wayne County area since 1979, provides horseback riding therapy to children and adults with physical and/or mental disabilities. Depending entirely upon volunteers from the community, the Stepping Stones program is also certified by the North American Riding for the Handicapped Association (NARHA).
For more information, contact Terrie Meyers or Stan Croy at 734-586-8361, e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, or Sharon Ford of Sumerel Training System, 877-339-4900, 540-463-6813 [fax], email@example.com
Heartwood Arabians is offering breeders a lock on stud fees. Book a full price breeding to *Ortel and lock in the price of future breedings. We think you'll love your *Ortel foals - breed back at the same fee that you pay for your first breeding. Call or e-mail for more information.