Genesis Equestrian Center, Inc.

Creating Foundations for Life


Clinic is taught by Alicyn Arnold, and is geared towards individuals who are wanting to refine their horsemanship skills and have a better partnership with their horse on the trail.   

----Refine your eye to seeing the changes a horse can make and the effort can give to make your ride even better.  Help your horse from the ground up to begin to be a soft, confident, and willing partner, proper flexing and bending, feel and timing of the feet, transitions, circles & serpentine, confidence building, seat, hand, & leg position. 

Each clinic is very flexible. Even though we will have a basic topic for that clinic, we can work on whatever you need, and answer whatever questions you have. Clinic will meet at the Kotewii Park in Strawtown and begin at 10am.  Clinic is weather dependent, rain dates are possible.   

The only equipment you will need is a rope halter, flag, snaffle bit, and saddle of your choosing. Nothing fancy.  If you are lacking any of these, please contact Alicyn.  We may be able to hook you up.

2018 DATES- (dates are subject to change up to a month before. Be sure to check for changes)

 April 20; May 18; August 24; Oct 19; November 9

*Cost: $50/participant

*Time: 10AM- 12:30PM  

Please contact Alicyn for more information or any questions.


No 2019 clinic; check back for 2020

*Time- 9AM- 12PM- Horsemanship 1

        - 1:30-4:30PM- Horsemanship 2

If you have a problem horse or a colt to start or restart we should have time to include them, just let us know.

*Cost- $575/class; Non-refundable $250 deposit due with signup for each class; Full balance due May 10, 2019

*Auditors welcome-$30/day (children under 12 are free)

*Stall/arena fee- $100 (Wednesday after 4pm- Sunday) Bedding not provided but may be purchased for $7/bag. Please leave your stalls clean  

Buster is an excellent horseman.  He has a soft and gentle way with horses that really gets to the horses mind and feet. We all have a fun time learning and being with each other here at his clinics. You can visit Buster & Sheryl's website to learn more about them at  

Western Horseman 

Eclectic Horseman- Flag work ; Saddling a tied horse ; Encouragement ; Memories of Ray Hunt

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 August 2-4, 2019 @ Genesis Equestrian Center  

Time- 9AM-12PM- Horsemanship 1

          1:30-4:30PM- Horsemanship 2

If you have a problem horse or a colt to start or restart we should have time to include them, just let us know. 

Cost- $375/class; Non-refundable deposit of $200/class required to hold your spot. Full balance is due before the clinic begins. 

Auditors Welcome- $25/day 

Stall/arena fee- $75 (Thursday after 4PM-Sunday) Bedding not provided but may be purchased for $7/bag. Please leave your stalls clean. 

Jaton is the legendary horseman Ray Hunt's grandson.  He is an excellent horseman, right in line with his Grandpa. I have seen him start and ride many colts and troubled horses. He is great at helping you get the best out of your horse and helping you make the changes so you can help your horse. Easy to talk to you and positive instructor.  Here is a link to his facebook page and learn more about him at his website,    Also here is a link to an article on Jaton in Western Horseman




2019 Genesis Equestrian Center, Inc.

April 27 & 28

September 14 & 15

* Max of 12 riders 9AM-4PM

*Cost - $300 for 2 full days or $175 for one; Stall/arena fee-$50 (Friday after 4pm-Sunday)Bedding not provided but may be purchased $7/bag. Please leave your stalls clean

*Auditors welcome -$20/day

Full Clinic amount is expected to hold your spot.  Checks are not cashed until the clinic date.  Clinic fee is non-refundable less than 30 days from the clinic date/except due to cancellation of a clinic.  It is the responsibility of the participant to cancel their reservation, for any reason, 30 days prior to the clinic date they have signed up for if they expect a refund. 

Please contact Genesis Equestrian to sign-up and reserve your spot today! 

"The mission of our farm is to support our horsemanship community by teaching and supporting all disciplines and mentoring others who are interested in a lifetime of self-development. We shall remain steadfast in practicing the philosophies and principles of horsemanship which consider the horse as a collaborative partner." 

Barb is not only a fantastic horsewoman, she is a very special person as well. I thoroughly enjoy her clinics and have so much to take home to work on at the end. You can learn more about Barb on her website;