Julie Goodnight Announces “Up-Close-And-Personal” Clinic Tour 2012 Dates and Locales and Her 2012 Expo Schedule

January 31, 2012: Clinician and TV Host Julie Goodnight announces her 2012 Clinic Tour Schedule—with opportunities to meet her in person and ask your horsemanship questions.

January 31, 2012: Clinician and TV Host Julie Goodnight announces her 2012 Clinic Tour Schedule—with opportunities to meet her in person and ask your horsemanship questions. Learn what will help you progress with your horse during the “Up-Close-And-Personal” events which focus on helping the riders in each clinic. In 2012, Julie will travel to Pennsylvania, Oregon, Kansas, Florida, Minnesota, California (for two clinics, including a ranch horse versatility event), Colorado (multiple appearances), South Carolina, Massachusetts, New York, and Ohio. Goodnight also announces her busy expo presentation schedule. Many of the expos allow riders to participate and can be contacted directly for info about riding with Goodnight.

It’s different at Julie’s clinics. It’s meant to be a time to learn in a positive, fun, intimate environment. You won’t be two stories above, watching her talk but never talking with her. Instead, this is your time to ask Julie about your horse; it’s your time to ride with Julie so that you know exactly what she’d do next to help you reach your goals.

Click here to register to ride or purchase spectator tickets now: You’ll find a map to find the clinic closest to you and a link to a page about each clinic. Follow the Facebook links to talk about each clinic and start chatting with others attending the same event! You may also call 800-225.8827 for friendly help.

What Julie’s Clinic Attendees Say:

I have nothing but the highest praise for my experience. Julie was always calm, low-key, positive about every rider and every horse, and, an excellent teacher. I liked the fact that she was teaching horsemanship and all of us, together with our horses, could learn something from each session. I would recommend her to anyone at any level interested in becoming a better rider.

The Complete Schedule (Clinics and Expos):

February 2012

Horse World Expo

Harrisburg, PA

February 23-26, 2012

March 2012

Rocky Mountain Horse Expo

Denver, CO

March 9-11, 2012

Northwest Horse Fair & Expo

Albany, OR

March 23-25, 2012

Clinic Tour Stop

Topeka, KS

March 31 – April 1, 2012

April 2012

Clinic Tour Stop

Altoona, FL

April 21-22, 2012

MN Horse Expo

St. Paul, MN

April 27-29, 2012

May 2012

Clinic Tour Stop

Norco, CA

May 4-5, 2012

Ranch Horse Versatility Clinic

Chino Hills, CA

May 6-7, 2012

Horse How-To Day at Triple Creek Ranch (Benefitting –in part– the Colorado Therapeutic Riding Center)

Longmont, CO

May 12, 2012

For this one-day event, riders apply and will be selected for the specific topics to be covered.

Women’s Riding & Yoga Retreat

Granby, CO

May 18-21, 2012

June 2012

Clinic Tour Stop

Palmetto Bluff, SC

June 2-3, 2012

Clinic Tour Stop

Grafton, MA

June 9-10, 2012

Clinic Tour Stop

Santa Fe, NM

June 16-17, 2012

Clinic Tour Stop

Putnam Valley, NY

June 23-24, 2012

September 2012

Clinic Tour Stop

Pagosa Springs, CO

September 8-9, 2012

Clinic Tour Stop

Port Clinton, OH

September 15-16, 2012

C Lazy U: Ranch Riding Adventure

Granby, CO

September 21-24, 2012

October 2012

CHA International Conference

Silverton, OR

October 11-14, 2012

C Lazy U Yoga Retreat–Women only

Granby, CO

October 19-22, 2012

Register Now—To Ride or Watch at a Clinic Tour Stop:

Call or reserve your spot online today at To register to ride or purchase tickets, call 800-225-8827, M-F, 9-5 MST for more information or help.

For those who register to ride, bring your horse/s and work with Julie to improve your horsemanship. Stabling available (extra fee); school horses available at some sites. $450 for both days, $225 nonrefundable deposit required. Spectator tickets are $25 per day, per person. Youth tickets are available at the door for only $10 (all but benefit clinics have youth pricing).

Julie Goodnight conducts horsemanship clinics for all disciplines (English and Western) and all ability levels, at various private and public facilities in North America. Clinics are fun and active, with a focus on bridging natural horsemanship techniques with the principles of classical riding. Julie’s teachings are focused on finding success and improvement for each and every horse and rider by developing a deeper understanding of the horse and riding skills that lead to a balanced and rhythmic rider and a light and responsive horse. Clinics are each two days, 9-5, and there are a maximum of fifteen riders in the clinic. (The CTRC special event is a one-day event.)

Expect to work together in the arena all day, doing both ground work and mounted work, with a focus on refining riding skills and developing a better relationship with your horse. All ability levels are welcome as long as the rider has basic control at the walk and trot. Each rider works at his/her own pace without pressure to go outside you or your horse’s comfort zone. You may bring two horses if you want to; the only additional charge is for stalling. Click here for a detailed PDF:

Find more free articles to read and refer to in Julie’s Training Library: and watch Horse Master on RFD-TV every Monday at 12:30 and 10:30p EST —Direct TV channel 345, Dish Network channel 231 and on many cable outlets. Check out specials and even more clips on Goodnight’s Facebook Fan Page: Sign up for his free monthly newsletter at: Goodnight is proud to recommend Myler Bits, Nutramax Laboratories, Circle Y Saddles, Redmond Equine, Bucas Blankets, and Spalding Fly Predators and is the spokesperson for CHA.






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