Editor’s Note: We heard about this Durango clinic in June and we think you’d be interested. It’s at the Wilderado Ranch. The cost is $150 for a single day or $400 for all three days. Call Mac at (970) 759-1160 to sign up and for more information.
Lucy Lippon and Dee Brazeal write:
No longer isolated, we are going to have some fun at the Wildorado Ranch in Durango. No matter your discipline or skill level, come join them, June 4-6! You’ll get two clinicians over three days!
Lucy Lippon has Western roots with an impeccable background in dressage, showjumping, and cross country. She was trained and mentored by Jack LeGoff, legendary coach of championship US Olympic eventing teams.
She is a fun and engaging instructor who imparts confidence in her students with expertise and warm personality. Lippon believes in the value and pleasure of cultivating a deep bond with your horse.
Dee Brazeal is a long-respected horseman and clinician in the 4 Corners area, well known for his training abilities with both horse and rider.
Brazeal has learned about horses in many different disciplines and has started countless horses and is especially adept at training horses with remedial issues. His goal is to create understanding and unity between horse and rider.
The duo is offering reduced rates to encourage a sense of community among local horse people from all disciplines, especially after the pandemic has forced us to isolate.
Wildorado Ranch is spacious and wonderfully accommodating. The usual Covid-related precautions will be available, including social distancing, sanitizer, and masks.
The cost is $150 for a single day or $400 for all three days. Call Mac at (970) 759-1160