30TH JUNE - 2ND JULY 2017

CABOOLTURE SHOWGROUNDS
Presented by: Australian Events - FREECALL 1800 671 588

2017 FARM FANTASTIC EXPO

FRIDAY 30TH JUNE - SUNDAY 2ND JULY 2017 - CABOOLTURE SHOWGROUNDS
Please Note: NO dogs or pets allowed. CONDITIONS OF ENTRY

2017 FARM FANTASTIC EXPO

30TH JUNE - 2ND JULY 2017

CABOOLTURE SHOWGROUNDS
Presented by: Australian Events - FREECALL 1800 671 588
Friday, Saturday & Sunday 8.30am - 4pm
Adults $10, Aged Seniors $8, Children under 16 free with an adult.
Please Note: NO dogs or pets allowed. CONDITIONS OF ENTRY

TIMES
FRIDAY 30TH JUNE 2017: 8.30AM - 4PM
SATURDAY 1ST JULY 2017: 8.30AM - 4PM
SUNDAY 2ND JULY 2017: 8.30AM - 4PM

COST
ADULTS $10
AGED SENIORS CARD $8
CHILDREN (under 16 with an adult)FREE

VENUE
CABOOLTURE SHOWGROUNDS,
BEERBURRUM RD, CABOOLTURE
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PLENTY OF GREAT
DAILY ENTERTAINMENT

Australian Horse Academy Demonstrations

DAILY FROM 10AM, 12pm & 2PM

Michael Sekulich developed and manages the Australian Horse Academy and will be conducting horsemanship clinics and demonstrations at the Farm Fantastic Expo, based on the teachings of Xenophon, fourth century horseman who’s techniques are widely used today throughout the world including the Germany Cavalry School in Hanover and the Spanish Riding School in Vienna.

Originally from Yugoslavia, Michael came to Australia in 1970 bringing with him many years of experience in the equine industry. His career has spanned from stock work in the Snowy Mountains, camp drafting, cutting, show jumping, endurance as well as training horses for stunt work in the movies. Through his unique brand of natural horsemanship, Michael starts, trains and re-educates horses as well as teaching his students to be better and safer horsemen and women.

Many of the techniques used by today’s Natural Horsemanship trainers have ancient roots. The idea of working sympathetically with the horse’s nature goes back to Xenophon and his treatise On Horsemanship, which has influenced humane practitioners of horse training in many disciplines, including both natural horsemanship and dressage.

Natural horsemanship is the philosophy of working with horses by appealing to their instincts and herd mentality. It involves communication techniques derived from wild horse observation in order to build a partnership that closely resembles the relationship that exists between horses. The teachings of Australian Horse Academy are based on these ancient roots of natural horsemanship and emphasises the use of groundwork to establish boundaries and set up communication with the horse while using timing,

The teachings of Australian Horse Academy are based on these ancient roots of natural horsemanship and emphasises the use of groundwork to establish boundaries and set up communication with the horse while using timing, feel, consistency and pressure points.

DAILY SESSION TIMES (PRESENTING IN CENTRE RING):

10am Introduction of Acupressure for training

12pm In a Saddle Training – 5 Handy ‘tools’.

2pm – Ultimate Challenge – Cow Horse v Elec Cow

 

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