Dave Vatamaniuck works with his young horse during the Brooke Rempel The Heart of Horsemanship clinic Jan. 21 at Gamache’s indoor arena. Rempel, who has spent several years training and apprenticing with Josh Nichol, came from Alberta to teach a four-day clinic, focusing on establishing a solid foundation based on trust and understanding to create a willing partnership between horse and rider. Rempel believes softness is the cornerstone to a lasting relationship between horse and rider. Lindsay Chung photo

The heart of horsemanship

Brooke Rempel shares insights during four-day horsemanship clinic in Quesnel

Horsewoman Brooke Rempel, who has spent several years training and apprenticing with Josh Nichol, was in Quesnel for four days to teach a horsemanship clinic Jan. 18-21 at Gamache’s indoor arena, focused on developing a deep connection between horse and rider.

Rempel’s philosophy is that the heart of horsemanship resides within a calm, centered connection between horse and rider.

Rempel, who lives in Alberta, offers clinics in Quesnel several times a year.

For more information, visit heartofhorsemanship.ca.


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