Everybody wants smooth, effortless transitions, whether from walk to jog, jog to lope, or more advanced maneuvers such as stop or back to lope. But achieving smooth transitions with Soft Feel and relaxation requires practice and preparation. In this clinic, riders will work at their and their horse’s own level to improve gait transitions.
|Time: 1-1.5 hrs||Skill: Everyone||Location: Schedule|
Cowboy Dressage World of Colorado
Lyn Ringrose-Moe grew up in the central California foothills of Mariposa County. From early childhood, Lyn was a cowgirl at heart and loved horses of all kinds. Always striving to give the horse the benefit of the doubt, Lyn travels internationally helping riders and horses achieve their goals while maintaining a kind, gentle approach. As a coach, Lyn helps many riders achieve their personal best through her positive, supportive coaching methods. She believes in the possibilities in each horse (or mule) and rider and strives to bring out the best qualities in each. Lyn believes that Cowboy Dressage can benefit any horse/rider participating in any discipline, as the focus is on tactful horsemanship and harmony between the horse and rider.
As a founding partner in Cowboy Dressage World, Lyn created the Cowboy Dressage Judging Program and functions as the Judge Mentor, as well as a Recommended Judge. Lyn enjoys an active international clinic schedule and competes in Cowboy Dressage, Classical Dressage, Working Equitation, and Ranch Riding. In the past, she’s competed in working cow horse classes, combined training, and show jumping, as well as participating in cutting, reining, and team roping. She has worked with or trained most breeds of horses (and mules) and finds beauty in all of them. Lyn resides at the Sliding J Ranch in Acampo, California.