MQHA Equine Review is an annual equestrian event that brings together the Maritime Province's to celebrate, educate, compete and shop under one roof. Multiple vendors, services, breed clubs, clinics and competitions are packed into two days of non-stop action. This event is open to the public at an admission charge of $5.00...this fee allows you to audit all clinics. The Maritime Quarter Horse Association is your Host of this great event along with many amazing sponsors that make it possible to bring to our event top clinicians from the USA and Local.
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2018 Equine Review
Saturday May 5th and Sunday May 6th
Princess Louise Park Show Centre, Inc.
10 Leonard Dr., Sussex, N.B.
Work is underway on 2018 Equine Review, we aim to offer something for everyone!
MQHA IN PARTNERSHIP WITH AQHA IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE AQHA PROFESSIONAL HORSEMAN & JUDGE BUDDY FISHER OF ABILENE, TX AS THEIR FEATURED CLINICIAN AT THE 2018 EQUINE REVIEW
More about Buddy Fisher
Buddy Fisher has been training and showing for more than 30 years. Buddy holds judging cards for the American Quarter Horse Association, National Snaffle Bit Association, National Reining Horse Association, and National Reined Cow Horse Association. He has judged notable shows such as the AQHA Open and Amateur World Championship Show, AQHA Select World Show, AQHA Youth World Show, the All American Quarter Horse Congress, NRHA Futurity, and the NSBA World Show. Buddy served as president for many years for the Big Country Quarter Horse Association and on Texas Quarter Horse Association horse show committee and remains an active member of both associations. Buddy owns and operates Buddy Fisher Quarter Horses in Abilene, Texas where he resides with his family, wife, Torey, and daughters, Kalee and Kaci.
Two clinics will be offered at the Review - Trail, and Building a Show Program at Home.
The trail clinic will work on:
The other clinic is designed for competitors who may not have regular access to coaching or lessons, or who maintain their show horses at home. This program will educate riders on how to design a successful program for your horse, allowing you to compete at your best in the show ring.
“Riders will say they can’t afford to keep a horse in training all season, and I get that. But the horses they are competing against are often kept in a training program with a trainer. Those horses are worked and cared for with a methodical approach.” ~Buddy Fisher
World class judge, trainer and coach Buddy Fisher will teach these riders how to build their own program. How to design a schooling program that also incorporates groundwork and callisthenics to build a successful, happy equine athlete.
This clinic is the first of it’s kind in our area! Do not miss out on the opportunity to learn from a top calibre trainer and coach. Buddy will share with you:
Please contact Equine Review Chair Bonny Conrad if you have questions about these clinics.
Applications are now open, and will be accepted until March 30. Please read all of the information on the clinic application carefully. Incomplete applications will not be considered for application.
Schedule to be announced soon.
Mark your calendars and watch for updates. You can also follow us on our Equine Review Facebook page.