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Reiners Giving Back Clinic

Thursday, October 20 2016
Reiners have always been known for their friendly attitudes and generous spirits, but most of all, they are famous for “craving” the sport of Reining, always wanting to learn more and strive for that “perfect run”. What better mentors can you find than Casey Deary, Jason Vanlandingham, and Tim McQuay?
Join your fellow Reiners for a day filled with education and fellowship, all while supporting Rein In Cancer and the Reining Horse Foundation! All profits from the first annual Reiners Giving Back event will go directly to these important Non-Profit groups in our very own industry.
Location: Tom McCutcheon Reining Horses – Aubrey, Texas
Time: Attendees may observe all day, plus ride in one of three riding sessions.
Group 1: 9 am-11 am
Lunch: 11 am-12:30 pm
Group 2 (Advanced Level): 12:30 am-2:30 pm
Group 3: 2:30 pm-4:30 pm
Cost: $200 per Horse and Rider Combination / $25 per Non-Riding Auditor
*Space will be limited in each group, so sign up early to secure your space! Limited stabling available upon request. Contact Mandy McCutcheon to sign up and stay tuned for more details.
Thanks to Pard’s South for Sponsoring this New Event!
Pard’s South, newly located in Aubrey, Texas, will be sponsoring this new event. Don’t forget to stop by and check out their new store!
Welcome Clinicians!
Casey Deary
Jason Vanlandingham
Tim McQuay
Reiners Giving Back | mcutch1@aol.com | 940-453-7543
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