Miranda Lyon

Miranda Lyon is a world-renowned horsewoman who focuses on the individuality of each horse and equestrian when she teaches them. She has and continues to study how a horse works mentally as well as physically allowing her to advance them to the best of their ability. This enables people to understand how to communicate with their horses better. Miranda and her husband Mark who make up M and M Horsemanship base out of Whitesboro Texas. Mark and Miranda stay at their home base for a few months of the year during the winter and travel throughout the US, Europe, and Africa the remainder of the year teaching clinics, lessons, coaching and training horses.

Miranda Lyon’s Clinics

Friday, February 22, 2019

LEAD CHANGES- MAKING THEM SIMPLE TO UNDERSTAND FOR THE HORSE AND RIDER.
Description: Join Miranda to understand the simplicity of the lead change and how to set your horse up for success as well as keeping you and your horse on an easy learning path that will keep anxiety and misunderstanding out of the equation.
Requirements: Preferably participants with some form of body control to advance on. Different levels are good, but that we can at least show some advancing with that have already started a concept we can build more polish and detail on as well. 3 to 5 riders. Cost $40/rider

Saturday, February 23, 2019

ACHIEVING BRIDLE-LESS RIDING THROUGH BODY CONTROL.
Description: Join Miranda as she teaches the importance of body control and ways to achieve it for not only advancing up to riding one handed in a bridle, but to start riding bridle-less. No matter what your poal, she will describe important steps in building towards, as well as polishing a horse for bridle-less riding.
Requirements: Preferably participants with some form of body control to advance on and some that have played with or would like to better their bridle-less riding. Different levels are good, but that we can at least show some advancing with that have already started a concept we can build more polish and detail on as well. 3 to 5 riders. Cost $40/rider