2021 Horsemanship Clinic – Lee Smith
Horsemanship Clinic with Lee Smith
January 12-13, 2021
Horseshoe Park and Equestrian Center
Come ride with our 2021 Master Horsewoman Lee Smith. This is a horsemanship class where Lee will present the concepts of what she considers to be natural in horsemanship; using what is naturally happening to teach. She will help riders learn more about developing feel, timing and balance, on the ground and in the saddle. An introduction to riding with cadence and rhythm will be covered in depth. All levels of riders welcome.
Must bring your own horse to participate. Stalls are available at Horseshoe Park. Please contact Jennifer Broadhead to reserve- 480-358-3793.
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About Lee Smith
Lee Smith lives on a cattle ranch near Estancia, New Mexico. She and her husband, Mark, have a cow-calf operation and raise quality Quarter Horses at their Harmony Hills Ranch.
For more than 40 years, Lee has traveled the world sharing what she believes to be the “Essential Elements of Horsemanship” with people who wish to learn about quality horsemanship and stockmanship. She has conducted hundreds of clinics and demonstrations, as well as teaching ranch horse classes at the Diamond S.
Lee considers herself a student of the horse, and says she’s lucky to have shared her experience with thousands of horse enthusiasts from around the globe.
A gifted and eloquent teacher, Lee has extraordinary insight into both horses and people. She shares what she sees as if speaking for the horse, and provides her students with the opportunity to observe the communication exchange between horse and human — teaching people how to learn from the horse.
Lee leads people on a pathway of discovery to the essential elements of horsemanship. She helps them unlock their potential to understand the horse’s mind, body and spirit; and then shows them how to appreciate and build upon the incredible moments of harmony that are possible. Lee believes that through life’s experiences (horse related or not), the answers lie within us.