N6920 County Rd E,
Albany, WI 53502
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Thanks to all who participated in our 4 State 4-H prep clinics. Practice hard. have fun. and best of luck to all for a great show. See you in Milwaukee!
A perfect day for the third of four clinics for 4-H participants heading to State in a couple of weeks! The last one is this Wednesday – we’ll be working on Pleasure and Horsemanship, star, ting at 6:00.
Beautiful day ahead – perfect for a Trail Clinic! The State 4-H trail pattern is set up in my outdoor arena through today – coaching from 11 – 1. Everyone did a great job yesterday and agreed it was good practice for State!
Today and tomorrow – I have the State 4-H Trail pattern set up in my arena. Instruction from 11 – 1 both days for 4-H youth going to State. $10 per horse/rider. Still room to join us! Please RSVP at 608-692-3440. See you there!
One of my hay suppliers has extra hay for sale. $5/bale. If interested, give me a call at 608-692-3440!
Please note – I’ve had the barn land-line phone disconnected (seems mainly telemarketers have that number!), so please use my cell number to reach me. That is 608-692-3440. Thanks!
Happy new year – may 2013 be your best year yet! Happy trails from Gibson Training Center!
Keeping your horse tuned up and in good shape over the winter is always a challenge. Consider winter training! Contact me about special winter rates (cell is 608-692-3440 or e-mail is email@example.com). Training rates include board, high quality feed and hay, a customized training program including working your horse 4 – 5 times a week and giving you one lesson a week, thorough grooming before and after workouts and on-site vet and farrier care from some of the best! Give your horse a head star, t for the 2013 riding/showing season!!
A warm fall day, great people, and lots of learning! Thanks to all who attended!
A huge thank you to Dr. Judy Batker and farrier Dean Johanningmeier for their informative and interactive presentations at our clinic yesterday! All in attendance learned and had their questions answered by two of the best in their respective professions! We are so fortunate to have them working with us here at Gibson Training!
Some have asked about bringing a horse to the clinic tomorrow – this is going to be presentations by Dr. Batker, Dean Johanningmeier and myself – so no horses, just people who are excited about horses and want to learn!!
Sunny and 62 on Saturday! PERFECT weather to join us from 10 – 3 at Gibson Training for our fall clinic! See details on my web site – or in previous posts!
A fun fall day of learning, good food, bargains, and time with fellow horse-lovers is just around the corner! SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10 from 10:00 – 3:00 GIBSON TRAINING CENTER. Agenda: 10 – 11 Dr. Judy Batker (Joint lameness – what to look for and what to do about it) 11 – 12 Gary Gibson (Ground work – why it’s so important, even with your experienced horse) 12 – 1 Lunch, door prizes, shopping our used tack/clothing sale – also presenters will all be here to answer your questions 1 – 2 Dean Johanningmeier (Understanding your horse’s feet) 2 – 3 Gary Gibson (Basic horsemanship demonstration and Q&A) Cost for all this? FREE!!!! If you haven’t already, please RSVP so we can plan for food and seating! 608-862-2452 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Openings available for training! Contact me for more information – 608-692-3440.