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MM Training Featured in Horse & Rider Magazine

MM Training and Consulting was recently featured in the February 2013 edition of Horse & Rider.  The article is titled “How to Host a Horse Camp”, and Marcia was interviewed about how our camps are structured, what we teach during camp, and the experiences that campers can expect to have.

Our youth camps incorporate ground training, safety, equitation and training in the saddle, trail time, leadership, and character building.  Coupled with fun and educational activities, fire side chats, and fun mementos, the camps make for a well-rounded experience.

This last year we enjoyed creating personalized day camp experiences for our clients.  One client invited all of her nieces and nephews to spend the day with her at the barn where they experienced activities suited to their varied abilities and age levels.  Some rode our lesson horse in the round pen on a lunge line; other more experienced youth brought their own horses and delved into advanced training techniques.  The aunt enjoyed an entire day playing with her nieces and nephews and giving them a wonderful memory of their time with her.

We encourage you to contact us about creating your own customized camp for your family, work team, friends, or sports team.  Options for camp focuses can include both horsemanship and relationship skills.  Horsemanship skills may include ground training, equitation, training in the saddle, showing, gaming, English, trail, showmanship or a combination.  Options for a relationship skills focus can include communication, connection, teamwork, building confidence, overcoming fear, learning self awareness, leadership, building relationships, and many more topics.  Please see the summer horse camp article in Horse & Rider for additional ideas or contact us to discuss your camp.  Make this summer a time to remember with a camp made just for you!

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