Clay Webster Rides Against Cancer
Springbank, Alberta - Canadian performance
trainer, Clay Webster is sharing what he loves best to help a
cause that is close to his heart. In 1995, Webster lost his mother,
Faye, to leukemia. Now the horseman dedicates himself to a number
of charity benefit demonstrations each year, to help raise money
for a cure.
Starting at 7:30 pm on November 29, 2002,
Kestrel Ridge Farm in Springbank, AB and Clay Webster Performance
Horses Inc. will host a Canadian Cancer Society horse demonstration.
All equine enthusiasts are invited to learn about Webster's GENTLE
LOGIC© training program and watch as he applies the system
to various horses.
There will be no admission fee, however,
donations will be encouraged. All proceeds will be donated back
to the Canadian Cancer Society. The session will cover a variety
of horse related topics including, the progression of foundation
ground work to performance in the reining show pen, body control,
health issues and questions about problem horses, etc.
This proven competitor, proven clinician
has worked with over 1,500 horses of various breeds and disciplines
and instructed hundreds of riders through lessons and clinics.
Webster's own GENTLE LOGIC© program was derived from the
inspiration of some of the world's most prominent trainers, clinics
and lessons, formal education, apprenticeships, books and videos,
and numerous years of experience in the horse industry. His recent
accomplishments include the National Reining Horse Association
Open Reserve Championship at the 2002 Blacklandslide, the Novice
Horse Open Championship and Reserve Championship at the 2002 Okanagan
Summer Slide, the NRHA Ltd. Open Championship at the 2002 Reining
Alberta Spring Classic, the 4 & 5- Year-Old Ltd. Open Derby
Championship at the 2002 Saamis Summer Slide, and the Ltd.
Open Reserve Championship at the 2001 Canadian Supreme. Webster
was also awarded the number two standing in all of Canada for
the 2001 Reining Canada Top Ten Limited Open Division, and the
Reining Canada Provincial Limited Open Reserve Championship for
the year 2001.
For more information, please contact Randy Moat at Kestrel Ridge
Farm at (403) 242-9110. Or check out the Kestrel Ridge website
for directions and examples of concepts that may be covered www.kestrelridgefarm.com.
Clay Webster's website can also be found at www.northernhorsereview.com/we
We hope to see you there!