April 15 2018
At Baile Hill Farm
64 Putnam Hill Rd, Sutton, MA, 01590
BONUS!!! EARLY BIRD SPECIAL: SIGN UP COMPLETE (ENTRY IN & PAID) BY MARCH 15 TO RESERVE YOUR SPOT & RECEIVE A $25 GIFT CERT TOWARDS A TRAILER SERVICE WITH WHITE HORSE TRUCK/TRAILER SALES and A $25 GIFT CERT TOWARDS A JH EVENTING LESSON or LESSON PACKAGE! THAT'S RIGHT-SIGN UP FOR THIS CLINIC FOR ONLY $25 AND GET $50 of CERTIFICATES IN RETURN!
Spring is just around the corner and that means fun outtings with our horses! Be prepared to get there safely and reliably. Trailering is often one of the most stressful parts of the going on an adventure with your horse. Whether you are thinking about purchasing a truck/trailer, or hire a shipper, are a seasoned shipper, a parent of a horse owner, a young rider, etc. this clinic is for you. Hosted by Jessica Halliday, barn owner and trainer, and Ryan Rudy, diesel mechanic and roper and owner of White Horse Trailer Repair and Sales. Participants will learn with both bumper pull and gooseneck trailers. Topics will include hooking and unhooking techniques, backing up, safe driving skills, how to appropriately pair a truck/trailer, how to maintain both, trailering essential supplies, and loading & unloading techniques. Participants will get hands on experience. Open to all ages. Light refreshments will be served.
When: Sunday April 15, 2018 3:00 PM
Where: Baile Hill Farm 64 Putnam Hill Rd, Sutton, MA 01590
Rates: $25 pre paid by April 10, 2018. Post entry or day of $35/participant.
*Group discount: 5 participants sign up together $100 (one entry is free!). Prepaid with completed applications!
A little about the clinician: Ryan Rudy
Ryan is a 2002 graduate of Assabet Valley Vocational High School with a certificate in Automotive Technology. Ryan has been working on trucks and trailers since the age of thirteen. He holds multiple licenses and certifications with National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence in heavy and light duty vehicles as well as having a Commercial Driver’s License. He is currently a General Foreman for a DPW’s Equipment Maintenance Division. Ryan has been hauling trailers for many years and has a vast knowledge in DOT rules and regulations which pertain to hauling horse trailers. His passion for horses started at a later age when he met his wife. Ryan learned to ride on a friend’s horse and quickly discovered the rodeo circuit. He currently owns a Quarter Horse named Bandit and they attend multiple APRA and Jackpot rodeos during the summers.
After attending numerous rodeos and horse shows, Ryan discovered there was a lack of knowledge for trailering safety and maintenance. He observed trailers anywhere from being pulled by the wrong tow vehicle to not having working brakes. After being asked by multiple people for trailering information, Ryan, along with Jessica Halliday, feel the importance of trailer safety and maintenance is something every horse owner should know. In this clinic, they will cover everything from properly hooking up your truck and trailer and maintenance to preparing your horse for his journey. We all love the precious cargo we tow behind us to shows, clinics, trail rides and rodeos!
Jessica Halliday - firstname.lastname@example.org; (978) 875-2036