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Friesian stallions in the United States into the FPS, Barteld 292 and Pyt 325 while working at the Ghost Ranch with her family in Wrightwood, Her experience is quite extensive, including but not limited to stallion training and handling, live cover as well as artifi cial insemination, foaling,

imprinting, starting and training from initial haltering to the show ring. Pippa has hosted numerous keurings and events, but she loves riding and the relationship with the horse most.

Jerry Tindell Horse & Mule: Are they Diff erent? Jerry Tindell’s mission is to facilitate the

communication of the horses and mules to their owners and handlers. At the same time, to teach and enable their owners/ handlers to develop the skills nec- essary to interpret their animal’s signals for a safe and functional relationship. His philosophy stems from the horse and mule and

is then translated for the human. He wants to achieve as much or more with his animals as if we were built the same, leveraging their natural lifestyle to achieve extraordinary, yet expected, results that gain trust, control and confi dence for both of us, living in the human’s world. “I’m not trying to sell folks something,” Jerry

says. “I’m trying to teach folks about themselves and the animals they care for.”

Susan Peacock Bio Mechanics / Dressage Susan Hoff man Peacock has developed a

truly unique and inclusive training system for horses and riders. She breaks the learning pro- cess into easily understood topics that are pertinent to successful progression and understanding. Learning is broken down into

Three topics; Logical Progression, Biomechanics and Goal Setting. It

is amazing how quickly diffi cult topics can be understood when information is introduced to horses and riders is this clear method. Susan holds a Degree from California Univer-

sity of Pomona in Business Management. While she was studying her business classes she was very interested in the topic of how we learn and understand. She utilized these topics while she earned the highest instructor/trainer cer- tifi cation off ered by the United States Dressage Federation.

Jeanne DeBruce Horse Phycology Jeanne DeBruce has spent 20 years training

running Quarter Horses, as well as showing horses and Mules in Western Pleasure, Trail and National Champion Driving. Jeanne also has trained exotic animals like wolves and a pet crow named Harley. Donkeys to dogs, Jeanne is an all-around animal trainer and through the

years has received many awards for her abili- ties and accomplishments. Her “Hall of Fame” recognitions include Norco, Bishop Mule Days and the American Miniature Horse Registery in multiple categories.

Joe Misner BLM Mustangs Joseph P. Misner was the 2014 Champion of

the Extreme Mustang Makeover, Norco compe- tition and has competed in 13 Extreme Mustang Makeovers, including the Special invitational Mustang Magic Top 10 Trainer’s competitions, four times. He has placed in the top 10 in nine out of 13 Mustang Make- overs. Joe has been a T.I.P. trainer

for the Mustang Heritage Foundation for the past eight years, helping Mustangs fi nd homes. He has been training BLM Mustangs for over a decade, and has owned, trained ,and shown several breeds of horses for over 30 years. Joe is dedicated to helping America’s wild horses and horse owners achieve their highest poten- tial by using natural horsemanship techniques and learning leadership. He believes we can make a diff erence—one mustang at a time!

Jody Childs Gaited Horses & The Microwave Method As a featured trainer on RFD and HRTV on

Equestrian Nation, Charles Wilhelm’s Ultimate Super Horse Challenge and America’s Favorite Trail Horse. First a champion hunter/jumper trainer, Jody then raised and trained Peruvian horses garnering numerous championships in gait and per- formance. She was the fi rst gaited

horse rider to compete in the Ultimate Super Horse Challenge earning Reserve Champion. With mentoring and encouragement from Gary Lane, she was the gaited horse clinician for Horse Expo Pomona this year. Her demonstra- tion partner is a stunning Palomino Tennuvian who loves doing tricks and is related to Roy Rogers’ Trigger, Jr. She has introduced the “Mi- crowave Method in a crock pot world” to help people with Foxtrotters, Tennessee Walkers, Rocky Mountain horses and Pasos achieve smooth gaits.

Joline King Ranch Riding Joline King-Pebley of King Performance

Horses was born and raised in the horse show industry. The King Family has been in the horse training business for over 58 years specializing in western events, with an emphasis on reining and ranch riding. Joline holds many judges’ cards such as International Buckskin, Ponies of

America, United States Equestrian Federation, and National Reining Horse Association. She has judged throughout California, Hawaii, and was one of the 2017 Mule Day’s judges. She has been on multiple committees with USEF, PCHA,

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and CRHA. Joline prides herself for matching the perfect horse and rider combination that has led her students to many championships in the show ring.

American Vaulting Association Vaulting Equestrian Vaulting is a recreational and

competitive sport that combines dance, gym- nastics and harmony with the horse in a way that is both fun and challenging. The American Vaulting Association has member clubs all over the country and facilitates education and com- petition locally, nationally and internationally. Vaulting is a sport that can be enjoyed by all from ages 2-92. Performances can be individ- ual, in pairs or by a team of 6 vaulters with 1, 2 or 3 people on the horse at the same time. The horse travels in a circle at the walk, trot or canter and is controlled by a lunger. In a club setting, vaulters share the care and use of one or more horses, enabling those who do not own a horse to participate. They learn confi dence, teamwork and horsemanship while developing themselves into top athletes.

Jesseca Hutchings Cowboy Dressage Soft Feel (or Fresh Rein) is the guiding prin-

ciple of Cowboy Dressage®. It is a wordless, in- timate and for some a spiritual communication within the partnership between horse and rider. Soft feel is not only sending messages but hav- ing the sensitivity and awareness to feel and receive the message the horse sends back. The timing

and use of the Release, Relaxation, Preparation and Execution are the basic fundamentals of Soft Feel. Since Soft Feel is the mission of Cow- boy Dressage® it will be scored with emphases on lightness, harmony, fi nesse and partnership as a priority. Balance, cadence, carriage, con- trol, and performance are additional areas the horse and rider will be judged and scored.©

Victorian Roses Ladies Riding Society Exhibition The Victorian Roses Ladies Riding Society is a 501c3 educational history organization founded in 2008 in San Diego. Created by three original members who were looking for a period-accurate, upscale, equine re-enactment group, there are now over two dozen members who appear in several Southern California parades including the internationally televised Tournament of Roses Parade. The group also performs in exhibits such as Night of the Horse and Equestfest and can be seen at many local events throughout the year. Members are well versed in historical costuming as well as being avid equestrians in both riding and driving. All the “costumes” are custom made, one-of-a-kind originals and are designed and sewn by the members. The mission of the Victorian Roses is to present living history and to educate the public on aspects of the Victorian Era, specifi - cally the 1880s.

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