Thank you for your interest in the Southern Equine Expo.We will announce the clinics accepting riders later in 2019 after we solidify our complete clinician line up and program. Below is a summary of the Southern Equine Expo clinic program.
Friday and Saturday Demonstrations/Clinics with rider spots available (there are many clinics offered during each day, not all clinicians need outside riders). We can not guarantee participation as a rider during the clinics.It is important to remember that thesesessions are not a private lesson for your benefit alone. Theclinician has a planned program of training theories and techniques to deliver to the audience.Demonstration ridersmust be willing to do as the instructor requests, unless they believe it to be harmful to them or their horse. By applying for clinic(s), the rider acknowledges their role as a Demo Rider and agrees to respectfully follow allrequests and instructions made by the clinician. Horses should be comfortable in a noisy environment. This is a symposium style event, so there will be lots of distractions, with people and horses moving about.
Sunday clinics are tailored toward the riders in the clinics. Each clinician will conduct clinics similar to their individual clinics that you might attend any weekend during the year. This is an excellent opportunity to improve your skills and become a better horseman. Clinics are limited to 5 to 10 riders.
If you are interested riding in one of our clinics, please read the Horse Packet the requirements of the Southern Equine Expo. To download the Horse Packet, click here.
All participates riding or working around horses during the Southern Equine Expo must sign our liability waiver. Click here to download the Liability Waiver.