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Wed, Aug 07


Washington State Horse Park

Cal Middleton Horsemanship Clinic 2024

Cal Middleton Horsemanship Clinic 2024
Cal Middleton Horsemanship Clinic 2024

Time & Location

Aug 07, 2024, 9:00 AM – Aug 11, 2024, 5:00 PM

Washington State Horse Park, 1202 Douglas Munro Blvd, Cle Elum, WA 98922, USA

About the event

Cal Middleton Horsemanship Clinic 2024

Aug 7-11, 2024

Welcome to the Horse Park! Thank you for your support! Please note the following when participating in events at the WSHP:

  • WSHP Membership discounts do not apply to events.
  • If you are coming to the Park for an event, be aware that some registrations are taken directly by the organizer while others are taken on this website. You must register through the event and pay the applicable event fees. See EVENT REGISTRATION & INFORMATION below for details on this event.
  • All event attendees are responsible for understanding and adhering to the Park's Rules and Regulations. Click here to review or print a copy.
  • Click here for the online registration process and cancellation policy.
  • All participants or users of the Park must sign a waiver before using the facilities.

Click here to sign a waiver

Making reservations for the WSHP - SCROLL DOWN TO MAKE YOUR SELECTION(S) In addition to any registration for an event hosted at the Park, participants must purchase/pay for the following:

  • Haul in fee - $15 per trailer/per day (This applies to anyone using the facilities and not staying overnight)
  • Overnight accommodations: RV Hook-up - $45 per day or Dry camping - $10 per day
  • Stall - $30 per horse/per day (This is REQUIRED for any overnight stay. No Haul-In fee is required when reserving a stall)
  • Day Holding Stall - $15  Daytime use of a stall for up to 8 hours.  Half a bag of shavings are included and you must clean your stall upon leaving.
  • Stall Cleaning - $25  If you know you will not be able to thoroughly clean your stall, please add this item.
  • Shavings - $12 per bag (One bag of shavings is included with your stall rental. Additional bags of shavings can be purchased online or onsite and picked up from the office or event host)
To register for the clinic, call or text Cindy at (425) 749-6659. ABOUT CAL MIDDLETON

Cal’s journey through his professional life with horses has been a constant upward evolution. Cal has mainly been focused on two ideas; gaining knowledge, and sharing that knowledge with others. The understanding of the horse that he worked hard to acquire throughout his life and career was never quite enough, as he was always searching for something deeper that would fit a greater number of horses. He was invited to attend a clinic with Peter Campbell, who learned horsemanship and ranching from the great Tom Dorrance. Tom Dorrance is the man that started it all, teaching his stockmanship concepts to, not only Peter Campbell, but also to Ray Hunt and others who helped popularize many of Tom’s methods. Like so many others, Cal was intrigued with Peter’s approach to the horse and spent as much time as he could learning from Peter until Peter’s death in 2017. Cal continues to learn from the older generation, he rides horses for the public, gives clinics, offers consulting services, and takes every opportunity he can to mentor the younger generation through his apprenticeship program. Cal has been teaching clinics and helping others with horses professionally since 2005. He has learned from so many trainers, horsemen and women, as well as from his own experiences.

Cal published his first book in 2016, started the Horses and Life podcast in 2019 and has contributing author to many equine magazines for over a decade. Cal also has a passion for children and has worked full time as a behavioral implementor and consultant inside schools and homes. He also worked 8 years as a high school wrestling coach, among many other jobs in the real world.

This clinic will give you the opportunity to work on foundation and horsemanship. With Cal's in-depth skills as an instructor, this clinic will be invaluable for novice to experienced riders alike.

To register for the clinic, call or text Cindy at (425) 749-6659.

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