Make sure you and your horse are ready for summer weather! Please join the Gallatin Equestrian Partnership (GallEP) for its annual free Urban Riding Safety Clinic and annual public meeting on Saturday, June 1st at a private residence in Bozeman . Clinician Spencer Dominik will help horses and riders gain confidence as they become acquainted with a wide variety of objects likely to be encountered in town. The clinic is required for anyone wanting to ride with GallEP in the Ride to the Fair, Sweet Pea Parade and Christmas Caroling events.
The clinic will feature two sessions: 9-12 and 1-4, with the morning devoted to beginners and the afternoon to more advanced horses and riders. Each session is limited to 9 participants. Please leave dogs at home.
Plan to arrive at least 1/2 hour before your session, bring your proof of negative coggins and membership money if you haven't already joined ($25 or $15 if you are a member of another identified local horse club). We will have forms here. Please have your horses saddled at the start of the session, but we will begin with ground work, so have halters on.
Participants can register for and ride in both sessions with 2 different horses if those horses have no separation issues and can be safely tied to or in their own trailer. Also note that only one rider is allowed per horse.
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or 388-5668. Feel free to share the attached flyer!
Our mission is to serve as advocates to educate and unite equestrians and the community to enhance opportunities in the Gallatin Valley for equestrian activities:
To establish equestrian trails through cooperative efforts with government agencies, other non-profits, and landowners.
To create an equestrian park serving diverse equestrian needs in the Gallatin Valley and the larger region.