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Presenters & Demonstrations

 

Bob Wise

Carriage Driving

The Saddle and Harness Association is a Southern California non-profit organization that strives to bring together equine enthusiasts to promote the sport of riding and pleasure driving, to further the education of competitors, as well as the audience, in equine sports and activities, to learn everyday, to encourage beginners and to do all this with everyone's safety in mind and a good sportsmanlike attitude. The club considers beginners and new members equally as valuable as veteran members, riders, drivers, and trainers. Exclusive attire, equipment, equines and carriages are not required to participate. Safety is the top priority. Saddle and Harness is a premiere Norco horse club and hosts seven horse shows each year. The club also participates in several local equestrian parades.

Saddle and Harness also participates in events with other clubs and encourages its members to support local equine events, activities and shows. Saddle and Harness serves the Inland Empire, Riverside, San Bernardino and surrounding communities.

To become a Saddle & Harness member or sponsor click on the "Forms" tab above. Saddle and Harness general membership/board meetings are held the second Thursday of each month, time: 7:00 PM at Norco Fire Department (Corner of Sixth Street and Hillside).

 

Chuck Turley

Carriages Saddles & Harness Club

The Saddle and Harness Association is a Southern California non-profit organization that strives to bring together equine enthusiasts to promote the sport of riding and pleasure driving, to further the education of competitors, as well as the audience, in equine sports and activities, to learn everyday, to encourage beginners and to do all this with everyone's safety in mind and a good sportsmanlike attitude. The club considers beginners and new members equally as valuable as veteran members, riders, drivers, and trainers. Exclusive attire, equipment, equines and carriages are not required to participate. Safety is the top priority. Saddle and Harness is a premiere Norco horse club and hosts seven horse shows each year. The club also participates in several local equestrian parades.

Saddle and Harness also participates in events with other clubs and encourages its members to support local equine events, activities and shows. Saddle and Harness serves the Inland Empire, Riverside, San Bernardino and surrounding communities.

To become a Saddle & Harness member or sponsor click on the "Forms" tab above. Saddle and Harness general membership/board meetings are held the second Thursday of each month, time: 7:00 PM at Norco Fire Department (Corner of Sixth Street and Hillside).

 
 

Dave Robart

Dave Robart is a Three-time world champion and three-time reserved world champion also multiple national Top five and top 10s a renowned horse trainer and bit revolutionist who owns and operates Robart Training Center in Hookerton, NC. Robart’s training practices using his patented ‘Pinchless Bits’ and methods of positive reinforcement have provided an answer to what other trainers have labeled problematic horses. “My passion for horses began when I was 11 years old, exercising race horses in California. This passion grew even stronger when I began breaking horses with his father, a trainer of Roy Roger’s horses.” It was in 1985 that Robart opened his first training facility.

Robart has over 30 years of experience are now available to the novice horse owners and riders through clinics where he educates them on bits, biting, training techniques, and tracing behavior problems. The most popular portion of Robart’s clinics involves a lesson on understanding body language where he uses his patented products to show cause and effect.

 
 

Jerry Tindell

“My 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 necessary to interpret their animal’s signals for a safe and functional relationship.”

“My philosophy is simple; it stems from the horse and mule and is then translated for the human. I want to achieve as much or more with my animals as if we were built the same. I leverage their natural lifestyle to achieve extraordinary yet expected results that gain trust, control and confidence for both of us living in the human’s world.

I'm not trying to sell folks something, I’m trying to teach folks about themselves and the animals they care for.”

Website: jerrytindell.com

 

Kenny Lawson

Mounted Shooting /The Silver Dollar Ranch

Kenny Lawson developed two horses that won the 2017 Cowboy Mounted Shooting World Titles. Based in California, Kenny enjoys training and educating horses whereby the horse has a good experience. He is a specialist in teaching Mounted Shooting.

 
 

Mary Rose Anderson

Mary Rose takes pride in her ability to create a versatile horse and for the safety of her riders she's developed a strong coaching technique over the years designed to educated her students in each of their horses potential.

 
 

Matt Sheridan

Matt's biography and accomplishments:

Matt Sheridan is a fifth generation horseman who for the past 23 years has successfully trained and shown horses in a variety of breeds and events. Matt is keenly interested in advancing others' knowledge of horses and horsemanship through clinics, training and lessons. His focus is teaching others to have responsive horses that move well beyond the basics of the present horsemanship movement. Matt uses his horses to help others see what they can achieve through practical applications to riding.

Website: http://mattsheridan.net

 
 

OC Polo

The Orange County Polo Club (OC Polo) had its start over 30 years ago at a stable near Anaheim Stadium and was originally known as the Winston Polo Club. It was here that Denny Geiler first became involved in polo and would later take on the role of Club President. Over the years, the club has been located at many equestrian facilities throughout Orange County.

Recently, Denny jumped at the chance to ensure that OC Polo will always have a place to call home in Orange County. In 2015, Denny and his family purchased an older stable in Silverado Canyon, and built a brand-new state of the art stables and polo facility at the renamed Rancho Silverado Stables. The new facility showcases two polo arenas, stabling for over 60 horses and a clubhouse that acts as a central gathering place for family and friends.

OC Polo is a family affair. Many of our members, management, staff and ownership are multi-generational polo players. Even the family members who don’t play polo, play an integral role in our club. For those new to the sport, the Club features a polo and riding school run by USPA Certified Polo Instructor, Heather Perkins. Students of all ages and experience levels are welcome. Believe us when we say anyone can learn to play polo!

 
 

Sheryl Lynde

My Passion is working with horses - I start colts and build a strong foundation from the ground up to the saddle. I desensitize to tarps, dragging ropes, flags, etc. and expose them to trail and cow work. I work with Problem Horses and resolve issues once I determine the cause - is the horse Fearful, Aggressive, Disrespectful - a little of all, then once I address the cause I can successfully address the issues of bucking, bolting, charging, etc. I also teach the rider how to be the leader their horse is looking for - what caused the issues with the horse and how to resolve them and build that trust between Horse and Rider.

Website: http://sheryllyndeclinics.com