July 15, 11:30am–3pmWhere
Autumn Rose Farm 7540 Hyland-Croy Rd, Plain City, OH 43064
The Ohio Quarter Horse Association is partnering with the Ohio State University and Autumn Rose Farm to offer a free clinic, featuring opportunities to test drive a finished Reining horse.Middle school, high school and college students are invited to visit Autumn Rose Farm for a free clinic with sessions on Reining, Showmanship, Western Horsemanship and Hunt Seat Equitation. Participants will learn about student showing opportunities, as well as have the chance to ride a finished Reining horse. All levels of ability are welcome, from no experience to seasoned exhibitors. Professional instructors will be on-hand, and all horses will be supplied by Autumn Rose Farm, located on the northwest side of Columbus.CliniciansRoger Landis serves as an Ohio Quarter Horse Association Director, and is a certified NRHA, AQHA, NSBA and APHA judge. Ollie Griffith, owner of Autmn Rose Farm, has showed Reining horses for many years, and is currently the head of the NRHA Teaching Panel. He also serves on the board of directors for IEA and IHSA as an exeuctive committee member. Griffith also holds NRHA, AQHA and FEI judge’s cards. Dr. Kimberly Cole is a faculty member at the Ohio State University in the Department of Animal Sciences. She coordinates the state’s 4-H Equine Program, including running several Horse Judging, Hippology and Horse Bowl contests throughout the year.ContactFor more information, contact Autumn Rose Farm, 614-764-1881.