Schooling shows are meant to allow riders to practice showing their horse in a informal and friendly setting. There will be a judge, but their main purpose is to provide feedback and guidance to each rider. This schooling show is open to all riders (English or western), we only ask that you come dressed in appropriate show attire to participate, and of course will need to execute the patterns we have designated.
There will be a set list of patterns that will be part of each schooling show, so riders can practice the pattern that most pertains to their level. Patterns will range from beginner (walk-trot), intermediate (PGHRA modified patterns), to advanced (NRHA full patterns). We will also be doing western pleasure, trail and ranch riding patterns. Patterns are available to view on our website under the Patterns link, and copies will be available and posted at the schooling show.
The judge for the schooling shows will be announced when further information is released.
Registration for each schooling show will be announced at a later time.
If you have any questions about the schooling shows, please contact the PGHRA at email@example.com.
The Prince George Reining Horse Association is pleased to announce that it will be hosting a series of Drop-In Reining Rides at the Prince George Agriplex.
The goal of our Drop-In Reining series is to provide both an opportunity for new riders interested in Reining to come out to learn and participate in an an event that is very comfortable and non-threatening, while also providing those seasoned Reining Competitors an opportunity to come out and school their little reining babies and also get their seasoned Reining Horses ready for the upcoming season.
At each of the Drop-In Reining Series, a number of our local trainers will be onsite to answer questions and provide some basic instruction to attending riders if requested.
If you have any questions regarding the Drop-In Reining Rides, please email our President Nicole Klassen firstname.lastname@example.org.
PGRHA DROP IN RIDING RATES
$15 for members.
$30 for non-members.
The PGRHA will be hosting a number of clinics over the 2021 season. These clinics will be open to all riders of any levels or discipline, however they will be slightly more geared towards those riders that train for reining and are preparing for shows in the upcoming year.
The clinicians will be various trainers from BC and Alberta.
Dates & Clinicians:
Shawna Sapergia April 16, 17 & 18th, 2021
Austin Seelhof May 14th, & 15th, 2021