Julie Goodnight’s 2014 Clinic Tour Dates Announced

Clinician and TV Host Julie Goodnight announces her 2014 Clinic Tour Schedule with opportunities to ride, meet Goodnight...

Clinician and TV Host Julie Goodnight announces her 2014 Clinic Tour Schedule—with opportunities to ride, meet Goodnight and ask horsemanship questions. Learn what will help you progress with your horse during these “up-close and personal” events. Sign up to ride or get tickets to watch at

In 2014, Goodnight travels to Tennessee, Kansas, Ohio (two clinics), California, Virginia, Pennsylvania, Colorado (multiple appearances), Georgia and Wisconsin for two-day clinics.

Goodnight’s clinics offer a time to learn in a positive, fun, intimate environment. This is your time to ask Goodnight about your horse; it’s your time to ride with her so that you know exactly what she’d do next to help you reach your goals. Each of her clinic tour stops provides an opportunity for horse owners to ride with her. Audiences are also invited to watch and learn in a friendly environment.

Clinics are fun and active, with a focus on bridging natural horsemanship techniques with the principles of classical riding. 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; each rider works at his/her own pace.

Clinic participants are eager to ride with Julie each year—and riding spots fill quickly!

“I attended a clinic with my mare, and it was the highlight of my summer!” said past clinic attendee Kate Westfall. “I felt so connected with my horse during the clinic and have continued a wonderful relationship. Julie shared a lot of knowledge and taught in a patient but no-nonsense way. The exercises were simple, safe, effective and easy to reproduce once I got home. This was a gem of a clinic and worth every penny!”

Go to our website to register to ride or purchase spectator tickets now You may also call 800-225-8827, Monday through Friday, 9-5 MST for friendly help.

The 2014 Clinic Schedule:

March 29-30, 2014
Lynnville, TN

April 12-13, 2014
Wakarusa, KS

May 16-19, 2014
*Special Event; book with guest ranch
C Lazy U Ranch, Riding & Yoga Retreat
Granby, CO

May 31-June 1, 2014
Hartville, OH

June 7-8, 2014
Kelseyville, CA

June 14-15, 2014
Lancaster, OH

June 21-22, 2014
Chesterfield, VA

June 28-29, 2014
Front Range, CO

September 13-14, 201
Montoursville, PA

September 18-22, 2014
*Special Event; book with guest ranch
C Lazy U Ranch, Ranch Riding Adventure
Granby, CO

October 11-12, 2014
Gillsville, GA

October 18-19, 2014
West Bend, WI

October 24-27, 2014
*Special Event; book with guest ranch
C Lazy U Ranch, Riding & Yoga Retreat
Granby, CO

For more information or to register to ride or purchase tickets for the two-day clinics, go to or call 800-225-8827. Clinics at the amazing C Lazy U Ranch are four or five days, and the price includes meals, lodging and horse rental or accommodations. Expect five-star accommodation, meals and service in the Rocky Mountain splendor of Colorado. To register or for more information on these special events, call C Lazy U at 970-887-3344.

For more about Julie Goodnight’s training, watch her whole library of training advice and topics with her new online video channel ( or catch Horse Master broadcast on RFD-TV every Monday at 12:30 pm and 10:30 pm EST on Direct TV channel 345, Dish Network channel 231 and on many cable outlets. Visit for the clinic schedule. Sign up for the free monthly newsletter at Goodnight is proud to recommend Myler Bits, Nutramax Laboratories, Circle Y Saddles, Redmond Equine, The Equine Feed Oat Project, Bucas Blankets and Spalding Fly Predators. Goodnight is the spokesperson for the Certified Horsemanship Association.






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