As the Horse Capital of BC, where better to learn about connecting with horses than in Langley.
Mark your calendar because there is a free demonstration of how to start connecting with your horse. The details are as follows:
It will be given by Jay OJay, the celebrated horseman, now based in Langley who helps fine riders and their spirited horses get connected. He will be demonstrating just what is possible with his own very young horses, Casper, Junior and Grace.
|When||Saturday August 28th from 1:30 pm to 3:00 pm|
|Where:||VTEA Riding Center (Valley Therapeutic Equestrian Association)
3330 256th Street
Aldergrove, BC V4W 1Y4
|Schedule:||1:30 – 1:50 Working with Casper
1:50 – 2:10 Working with Junior
2:10 – 2:20 Intermission
2:20 – 2:40 Working with Grace
2:40 – 3:00 Q and A with Jay O’Jay
The demonstration will be given in a round pen in the arena, which is being generously provided by a close neighbour, Dare’s Country Feeds, 25236 Fraser Highway, Aldergrove (Telephone: 604-856-1611)
If Jay OJay is a new name to you, you can find all about him, his training methods and his training DVDs on the Jay OJay website:
Jay O’Jay is a horseman who specializes in developing a respectful relationship and connection between horse and rider. His passion is the Western discipline of Reining, but through his clinics, videos and demonstrations, he aspires to teach “transferable skills” to riders and horse owners of all disciplines and experience. Those skills, based on the ability to earn respect and gain control of the horse, are the central elements in Jay’s “common sense” approach to his training program.
Jay has nurtured the natural gift he has for working with and connecting with horses – as well as people. With a personal mission to improve everyone’s relationship and experience with their horse, he shares his respect for the horse with enthusiasm, patience, and passion.
To contact Jay OJay, call 778-686-9115 or e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This is a show not to be missed, so make sure to be there on Saturday August 28.