Joe Wolter Clinic - Auditor Options

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Joe Wolter Horsemanship Clinics

July 10-11th

Auditor Cost: $50/day. Includes Full Salad Bar Lunch

9am to 4:30pm

West Meadow Farm * Bradford, NH

One of the most sought after clinicians working today, Joe is known for his deep understanding of horses and his thoughtful, patient approach to teaching.

As anyone who has attended a Joe Wolter clinic knows, he’s not one to boast. He might share a story or two, but he’s not about to brag about his many accomplishments. “I’m just a regular cowboy who had some help along the way,” says Joe. Whether it's in the show ring, on the ranch or conducting clinics, Joe continues to educate himself and expand his abilities. He remains as passionate as ever about horses and his quest to better understand them.

2-day clinic – July 10-11. This clinic is be best suited for riders that have never ridden with Joe Wolter before and/or riders that have particular issues with their horses that could use more help with their horse.  Joe is known for his deep understanding of horses and his thoughtful, patient approach to teaching.

4-day clinic – July 13-16. This clinic is best suited for the riders that have already ridden with Joe, ride often (Can walk, trot and canter comfortably) and would like to advance their horsemanship skills. In this 4 day clinic we will be touching on a variety of topics. General Horsemanship (Day 1, a going over issues you are currently experiencing with your horse), Day 2 obstacles (setting it up so it's the horses idea), Day 3 Putting what you learned to a purpose, we will be headed out on a 15 mile trail ride to a local deli for lunch. Day 4 Working with cattle, what to look for when asking your horse to "rate" a calf. Also, general roping information and practice.

NOTE: NO AUDITORS July 15th, we will be going off property.


Watching and learning is a different experience compared to riding in a clinic because rather than focusing on yourself,

you’ll get to see EVERYTHING with EVERY HORSE and RIDER.

Oh… and Joe constantly engages with the audience so you can ask questions, get more clarity.

View from the sideline - An auditor's perspective
Recently, life threw me a curveball, when my always sound horse came up lame just days before the much anticipated Joe Wolter clinic.  Rather than forego the clinic entirely, I elected to do something that I have never done before and audit the clinic.   The experience exceeded my expectations, and then some.  The auditors had an unobstructed front row seat of the clinic,  and Joe was extremely generous with his time, sharing his thoughts and observations with the auditors as the participants were working with their horses.  Thoughout the clinic,  he tirelessly fielded questions from auditors and participants alike.   Much to my surprise, without having to focus my attention on my horse, I was able to pick up all kinds of details and subtleties that I am certain I would have missed had I been on horseback.  While I am hopeful that next time around I will be able to participate in this clinic with my horse,  I am so thankful that I took advantage of the opportunity to audit.  Thank you Sandy and George for hosting this event, and thank you, Joe, for sharing your knowledge and passion for horses.


Please Remember:
• Your payment holds your spot, whether you are here for 5 min or all day.
• No video recording is permitted during any part of the clinic. This involves the use of any recording device, including cameras, tablets and cell phones.
• You are welcome to take still photographs.
• Smoking is not allowed in or around the barn. 
• No Dogs.

• Clinics generally start at 9am and continue until 4 or 5pm, with an hour break at noon. However, the schedule may vary depending on circumstances. Each clinic is unique and we want to be sure everyone gets the most out of the experience.
• Mircowave, mini-frig & coffee pot in the viewing area.