Kansas Horse Council 8831 Quail Lane Suite 201, Manhattan, KS 66502 785-776-0662 ©1999-2016 Kansas Horse Council, All rights reserved.

Chris Cox Demo Rider

Want to Ride in a Chris Cox Clinic at Equifest? Here’s what we’re looking for:

1. Ground Work In Preparation For Riding‐ Two horses needed for this demonstration. The perfect horse is one that is pushy on the ground, walks over the rider/owner, and has no respect. A lot of rescue horses have a lack of ground control. Be prepared to start and at the arena 15 minutes prior to start time, horse only needs to have halter on. 2. Riding with your Hands, Feet & Seat‐ Two or Three intermediate riders for this demo (no beginners). All disciplines (English or Western) and gaited riders welcome. This is perfect for riders that are struggling with their seat/balance and riding correctly. Chris will work with them to help teach rhythm, timing and balance. Be tacked up and ready to ride 15 minutes prior to start. (No green broke horses in this demo and no bucking issues for this demo please). Must be able to walk, trot and canter on a loose rein. 3. Regaining Confidence in the Saddle‐ Two riders for this demo. This demo is perfect for the rider that has had a traumatic or terrifying experience with a horse and is trying to build their confidence in riding again and are afraid to lope/canter. Chris works with each rider in the demo on discovering their inner confidence in their horsemanship through the correct seat position. We ask that the rider be able to walk, trot and/or willing to lope. Send Video, and please show the rider on horse and describe where they are lacking confidence. Video does not need to have lope. (60’ Round pen will be used in demo) 4. Transforming a Hard Mouth to Softness‐ 5. Understanding Your Horse’s Personality‐ please submit to director@kansashorsecouncil.com
Kansas Horse Council 8831 Quail Lane Suite 201, Manhattan, KS 66502 785-776-0662 ©1999-2016 Kansas Horse Council, All rights reserved.

Chris Cox Demo Rider

Want to Ride in a Chris Cox Clinic at Equifest? Here’s what

we’re looking for:

1. Ground Work In Preparation For Riding‐ Two horses needed for this demonstration. The perfect horse is one that is pushy on the ground, walks over the rider/owner, and has no respect. A lot of rescue horses have a lack of ground control. Be prepared to start and at the arena 15 minutes prior to start time, horse only needs to have halter on. 2. Riding with your Hands, Feet & Seat‐ Two or Three intermediate riders for this demo (no beginners). All disciplines (English or Western) and gaited riders welcome. This is perfect for riders that are struggling with their seat/balance and riding correctly. Chris will work with them to help teach rhythm, timing and balance. Be tacked up and ready to ride 15 minutes prior to start. (No green broke horses in this demo and no bucking issues for this demo please). Must be able to walk, trot and canter on a loose rein. 3. Regaining Confidence in the Saddle‐ Two riders for this demo. This demo is perfect for the rider that has had a traumatic or terrifying experience with a horse and is trying to build their confidence in riding again and are afraid to lope/canter. Chris works with each rider in the demo on discovering their inner confidence in their horsemanship through the correct seat position. We ask that the rider be able to walk, trot and/or willing to lope. Send Video, and please show the rider on horse and describe where they are lacking confidence. Video does not need to have lope. (60’ Round pen will be used in demo) 4. Transforming a Hard Mouth to Softness‐ 5. Understanding Your Horse’s Personality‐ please submit to director@kansashorsecouncil.com