If you have been hoping to see Jay O’Jay in action in Langley, where better than at the new and impressive High Point Equestrian Centre just south of Campbell Valley Park. He is giving a Horsemanship Clinic on Saturday and Sunday, November 5th and 6th 2011 and it runs from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm each day. The exact address is 658 200th St, Langley, BC.
The cost for this 2 day clinic is $350 per horse and rider and this includes Lunch for both days. The clinic is now fully booked. You can reserve for another clinic in the near future or get more information by contacting Kelly Allen at email@example.com or by telephone at 604-831-1519 or Annabel Young at 604-961-7541.
Spectators are most welcome and this is a great way to see Jay’s special talents. The fee is $30 per day with lunch or $20 per day without lunch.
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.
Jay is a world renowned horsemanship trainer and has done clinics and demonstrations throughout Western Canada and the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany. If you have never heard of Jay’s special training techniques go to his web site and find out more.
Jay O’Jay is also a director of Valley Therapeutic Equestrian Association in Aldergrove, which provides therapeutic riding for children and adults of varying abilities. Some may have seen a horsemanship demonstration he gave there showing just what is possible with his own very young horses, Casper, Junior and Grace.
If all this is not enough to entice you, then you may find the opportunity to see the new exclusive High Point Equestrian Centre tips the balance. It has an immense indoor arena and twin, state of the art barns. In truth, there is nothing lacking for the equestrian enthusiast at High Point … and it is just a couple of hundred feet from the wilderness trails to be found throughout Campbell Valley Park.
Update: Jay O Jay is giving a Round Penning Clinic on December 3 & 4 at the same location.