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"It is not enough for a man to know how to ride; he must know how to fall."
--Mexican Proverb


Training Clinics
Training Clinics are open to all adopters who needs help in gentling, handling, halter breaking, or any other type of horse handling. Clinics are offered once a month.

The National Wild Horse Association provides complete support for anyone who has adopted a wild horse or burro, and for domestic horses. Foals are trained in a separate category so please let us know the age and breed of your horse. Burro training is available periodically.

The clinics start from the very beginning - haltering and leading your newly adopted horse, all the way to being ready to show your horse. The clinics are hands on - you don't just sit and watch, you actually get in there with the horse learning how to work with your horse. Everyone is welcome - with or without a horse.

Clinics are usually held on the 3rd Saturday of every month except October, check our Calendar of Events page for upcoming dates, locations, and subjects.

Please call 702.452.5853 and leave a message with your phone number and information to reserve a spot, space is limited. Transportation may be available for your horse if necessary, for a small donation. Please bring your own chair to the clinic, snacks and drinks (water and soda) will be provided.

Dogs are not welcome, children are. However, failure to control children and/or to follow the directions of the Trainer, Field Director, or NWHA Board Member may result in your dismissal from the training class and may impact your future participation in activities with the National Wild Horse Association.

Clinics are usually scheduled for the third Saturday of every month except October.
Please check back for information on when clinics will resume or sign up for our email updates and you will be notified.
For more information or help call 702.452.5853.
No dogs please.