Julie Goodnight clinics focus on understanding the horse’s natural behavior, improving the relationship between horse and rider and developing the rider’s skill and ability to communicate with and control the horse. You’ll leave with a better understanding of your horse and tools to help you create the connection you want!
Goodnight offers 2- to 5-day clinics on topics ranging from general horsemanship to wholeness retreats, ranch riding and trail riding; open to riders of all breeds, disciplines and ability levels. Bring your horse and get personalized coaching or come as a spectator and learn from observing Goodnight work with all the horses.
For more information on clinics, call now at 719-530-0531.
C Lazy U Retreats
Join Julie Goodnight and Barbra Schulte for four nights and …
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C Lazy U Retreats
"I have been a rider and a spectator at Julie Goodnight clinics. What I enjoyed the most is that Julie is constantly watching and teaching. I was amazed at how she could see each of us and notice each horse. I wish all horse people could interact with Julie. She makes it simple and fun."
"I saw you first at Equine Affaire several times then had the good fortune to come to your clinic with Kimmer in Tn… I found your clinic very professional, positive, straightforward and very rewarding Joanne had learned so much from you, it has made her a much better rider, more confident in her manner of correction. Which has been a blessing to both horse and rider. So thank you, Julie."
"I got to audit a clinic. Julie answered each of our questions thoroughly and thoughtfully. She was fun and it was a pleasure to see the changes in all the rider/horse as the day progressed! Hope to see Julie again!!"
"Julie, I want to thank you again for the very informative and professional clinic you provided in Lincoln this past weekend. I was aware that I was doing several things with my riding incorrectly which was confusing both my horse and me. I came away from your clinic with the drills, tools and information I needed to work on and improve my riding with practice. It was a pleasure learning from you and I especially appreciated your ability to immediately identify when I was not doing a drill or riding correctly and have a correction/solution for it."