Popular horsemanship and problem solving clinician Jason Irwin will make his way to Alberta this fall. The Alberta Equestrian Federation has a two-day clinic scheduled with Irwin October 28 and 29 at the Silver Slate Arena in Nanton, Alta.
This clinic presents a unique opportunity for horse riders young and old to learn from one of the most accomplished and respected horse trainers in Canada. Jason's clinics typically provide valuable insights into a variety of topics such as groundwork, liberty, and obstacle training for riders of all levels and disciplines. Applicants are encourage to register as soon as possible to take advantage of this rare opportunity.
With over two decades of experience in the horse training business, Irwin has trained hundreds of young horses in both western and English disciplines, putting a solid foundation on them. Irwin specializes in starting young horses, working with problem horses, adding finishing training to older horses, competing in colt starting competitions, and training liberty horses.
Irwin travels around the world to start colts and give training demonstrations at some of the world's biggest horse expos. His expertise has enabled his horses to perform in everything from barrel racing to ranch work, fox hunting and drill teams. His goal in training is a solid foundation, allowing the horse to excel in any discipline.
Irwin has been the trainer for NorthStar Livestock Quarter Horses, a family business based out of Port Elgin, Ontario, for the last twenty years. Jason and his wife Bronwyn teach over twenty clinics a year, catering to both beginners and experienced trainers. Jason's training methods are practical and easy-to-understand, which is evident in training articles he has written for Horse Canada.
For more information and to register, click here.