Parent Questions – Episode Three: What Class Should My Child Do At The Horse Show?
Parents that are new to horse showing have a lot of great questions – and they shouldn’t be embarrassed to ask.
In this third episode of a new series, Traci Brooks and Pier Klemm discuss what divisions and classes to compete in.
A few suggestions:
. Collaborate with your trainer.
. Familiarize yourself with the Prize List.
. Compete in classes at levels in which you are comfortable and confident.
If you have questions, drop us a note and we’ll address your horse show questions in a future episode.
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Parent Questions – Episode Five: When Should I Clap And Cheer?
Episode summary Traci Brooks discusses many of the common questions that parents ask about horse showing. In this episode she discusses clapping and cheering at the horse show. Why we do it, When to do it, and How to do it! This is the fifth in a series of videos that...
Parent Questions – Episode Four: What Is A Class and What Is A Division?
Episode summary Traci Brooks discusses many of the common questions that parents ask about horse showing. In this episode she discusses the difference between horse show Classes and Divisions. This is the fourth in a series of videos that answer parents' questions...
Parent Questions – Episode Two: Getting Ready For A Horse Show
Episode summary Parents that are new to horse showing have a lot of great questions - and they shouldn't be embarrassed to ask. In this second episode of a new series, Traci Brooks and Pier Klemm discuss what's involved in getting your child ready for a horse show....
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Balmoral provides world-class hunter, jumper and equitation training out of two locations in Southern California.
Traci and Carleton Brooks have a lifetime of experience with horses, an extensive teaching and training background and a keen ability to match horses and riders and produce results. They share an appreciation and respect for horses, and in addition to their training skills they are also well known for their high standard of horse care and attention to detail.
Together they’ve trained and produced numerous National Champions such as Penn Square, Ragtime Cowboy, Triton Z, Wish List, Sleepwalk, Virtue and Corallie. They are also well known for bringing riders from beginners to National Champions. Together they have trained horses and riders to numerous championship at shows such as The Pennsylvania National Horse Show, The Washington International Horse Show, The National Horse Show, Devon, Junior Hunter Finals and International Derby Finals.