Jeff Cook Clinic Registration and INFO

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“A true renaissance horseman, Jeff embraces the concept that there is never an end to learning.”

“Jeff’s masterful presence truly brings out the best in people and horses.”

-From an article by Kaite Shoultz in Horse & Style Magazine

“I’ve ridden in many clinics and private lessons with Jeff Cook. Every session is a win for horse and rider. He meets you where you are, but you’ll have a better partnership with your horse by the end of the day. Guaranteed.”

Allyson Bourke, Trout Lake WA

“Jeff is straightforward, highly skilled, a great communicator, and is respectful. He will expect you (hair, clothes, BOOTS), your tack, and your horse to be well-groomed. He always does a tack check and may ask about your choice of bit and about your horse. He builds on solid Flatwork into his plan for jumping exercises. Tips: be teachable, ask if you don’t understand, practice your no stirrup work, be on time. He’s also fair, polite, and wants the best. He does not appreciate riders in a class that should not be at that level. “

Julia Cook Richard , Quarry Ridge Farm

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Thanks to Kerrits for some extra love for our riders 🙂

Thanks to Ground Espresso Bar & Cafe for keeping us caffeinated and sharp 🙂