ABC's of Cowboy Dressage Clinic

Always striving to give the horse the benefit of the doubt, Lyn travels internationally helping riders and horses achieve their goals while always maintaining a gentle, kind approach. As a coach, Lyn helps many riders achieve their personal best through her positive, supportive coaching methods. She believes in the possibilities in each horse (or mule) and rider and strives to bring out the best qualities in each.

Lyn has a keen interest in teaching others how to ride their horses and mules into a state of mental and physical soundness, stressing the importance of groundwork for developing a deep connection and partnership. She is constantly advancing her own knowledge of both equine and rider biomechanics. Because of her multi-discipline background, she understands the difficulties found within each equine discipline and has developed ways to help both horses and riders. She is all about balanced horses (mules) with balanced riders, while having FUN.

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A note from the founding partners of Cowboy Dressage:

We have always felt that it takes courage to live your dreams. It is the goal of Cowboy Dressage World to help make your dreams a reality. Horsemanship is an arduous journey. A good relationship with a horse is an endless endeavor. There are highs and lows, frustration and joy, disappointment and achievement. Horses can stir all our deepest emotions. They heighten our senses and test our patience and knowledge. They can bring us peace and safe haven. Horses call to us and for many the call penetrates to the depth of our very being. Cowboy Dressage World wants you to experience it all. Open your heart and mind and let’s saddle up and ride!

-Eitan, Debbie, Garn, Lyn, and Wyatt

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February 11th, 2020 | 6:00pm
Location: Montana State University-Bob Miller Pavilion
Cowboy Dressage Intro/Question/Answer Session.
FREE to attend/open to MSU students/public

Presented by Amy Prechter ambassador for Cowboy Dressage in Montana & owner of Cedar Ridge Equine.

Required Forms

CRE Waiver of Rights Form
CRE Rider Ability Form
MSU Assumption of Risk Form
Lyn Ringrose Moe Liability Release Form

MSU Student Day - FREE to Students

Friday, March 6th | 9:00am-4:00pm
Location: Montana State University-Bob Miller Pavilion
Limited space available
Open to MSU Juniors/Seniors, Colt Starting Students & IHSA MSU Equestrian Team Riders
Must submit application and be accepted

Student Registration Form

Bio-Mechanics of the Horse & Rider

Friday, March 6th | 6:00pm
Location: Montana State University-Bob Miller Pavilion
Lyn Ringrose Moe will present on Bio-Mechanics of the horse and rider.

FREE to MSU Students
$25.00 at door to public

ABC's of Cowboy Dressage Clinic

Saturday, March 7th | 9:00am-4:00pm
Sunday, March 8th | 9:00am-4:00pm
Limited Space Available
All attendees are responsible for your own lunch!

$350 per rider for weekend - $75 deposit required

Register For Weekend

$30 per day to audit clinic
FREE to 4H members to audit clinic

Clinic Schedule

CB Dressage March 7-8th schedule (March 6th will follow same format as Day 1)
Day 1
8:30 - 9:00 sign in, etc
9:00-10:15 group 1 (4-5 riders), groundwork and partnership, horses saddled in rope halters, handler has horseman's stick, dressage whip, or flag, bridles available at arena
10:15-11:30 group 2 (4-5 riders), same as group 1
11:30-12:45 group 3 (4-5 riders), same as group 1 and 2
12:45-1:30 Lunch
1:30-2:30 group1 mounted, riding the court -straight lines and circles with bend
2:30-3:30 group 2 mounted
3:30-4:30 group 3 mounted
4:30 Q and A, wrap up day 1

Day 2
9-10:15 Group 1 mounted, the gaits and frames, review of day 1
10:15-11:30 Group 2 (same as above)
11:30-12:45 Group 3 (same as above)
12:45-1:30 Lunch
1:30-2:30 Group 1, ride test w/feedback
2:30-3:30 Group 2, ride test w/feedback
3:30-4:30 Group 3, ride test w/feedback
4:30-5:00 Qand A, clinic wrap up

At the end of day 2, they will be able to ride a basic test, understanding how to navigate in the court, with some idea of the gaits and frames required. Lyn will recommend a test for each participant based upon their horse's and their skill level.

Map to Bob Miller Pavillion and Bart Farm

Bob Miller Pavillion Msu Location