According to The Topeka Capital journal, horseman Clinton Anderson will be bringing his Walkabout Tour, a two-day horsemanship clinic, to the Kansas Expocentre on Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 2-3.
Each show, which is geared for all skill levels, will start at 9 a.m. Doors will open at 8:30 a.m. Tickets are $50.
Anderson will work with four local horses with various problems, including those with lazy feet, fear of tailors, overreactions and bolting when saddled.
“IN each demonstration, Clinton will show attendees how he starts with the horse, and the results he’s able to get by earning the horse’s respect and trust,” Brittney Chamberlain, Anderson’s event assistant said.
Chamberlain said Clinton and his horse, Diez, have been together for 13 years and will inspire participants to ” be the best horseman each one can be and to take their partnership with their horse even further than they could have envisioned.”