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Magen Warlick Horsemanship Clinic 

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Saturday, October 30, 2021, 09:00am - 05:00pm

After a long pause in organized horse activities, we will again welcome Magen Warlick, world wide clinician, to help us gain trust, control, leadership, and respect concerning our equine partners. It's an honor to have her here in Silver City. 

In this clinic, Magen will teach ground exercises, mounted exercises, and work over trail obstacles.She makes learning fun and rewarding for both horse and rider, while keeping safety a priority. Magen is an outstanding 

teacher, rider, and communicator. As an accomplished competitor, she won the Championship in Extreme Cowboy Racing, at Calgary Stampede in 2018. Not an easy task! 

While the clinic itself is full, auditors are welcome to attend, for a donation. Much can be learned by observing! Bring a chair, a lunch (there will be a lunch break), and any weather gear you might need for comfort. 

There will be refreshments in the tack room every morning. Also, water and other beverages will be provided near the arena. 

The action will begin at 9:00 every day, and it's helpful to watch from the beginning, if possible, to get the greatest benefit. Many horses start out being pretty rowdy, but by the end of the 3 days, they are nearly angelic! It's truly amazing to see the transformation. Come on out and join the fun! 

The workshop will take place at Glen and Valerie Geesaman's, 52 Cow Trail, Arenas Valley, NM 88022 

Contact Valerie Geesaman 575-313-9997 or email

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