March 24 & 25 Doors Open at 9:30 a.m.
Erie County Fairgrounds
Hamburg, New York
I will be at Booth D36 in the Agri Discovery Center to answer questions about your horse and your horsemanship! Also, I will be a presenting Clinician, together with Deb Borer, featured in the SHOWPLEX on Sunday afternoon.
Bringing It Together
Sunday, March 25, 2018 -- 2:15 - 3:00 pm
Erie County Fairgrounds SHOWPLEX
Presenters: Gail Pearles and Deb Borer
Watch & learn as we work with five students and their respective disciplines from Fox Hunting to Trail Riding to Ranch Horse. Together Deb and I will be coaching students in the Buck Brannaman style horsemanship principles together with our advanced understanding of humanphysiology as it relates to the movements of the horse.
Over the past 25 years, I have helped people of all ages learn to ride, train and care for their horses. From colt starting to trailer loading to equine care and nutrition, there is no concern that is too big or too small. The techniques I teach make sense to the horse and help to keep the rider safe and the relationship enjoyable. I use holistic horse care practices.
Kinship With Horses
DEB BORER will be located next to my booth at D35. Deb is a licensed massage therapist and a certified personal trainer. She has partnered with me to deepen our understanding of the biomechanics of the horse and human through our completion of Jean Luc Cornille's Science in Motion one year study program.
TAKING IT TO THE NEXT LEVEL The Science of Motion Deb Borer and I have become students of Jean Luc Cornille and completed his one-year study program. As such, we are now able to offer a deeper level of understanding by combining my horsemanship training methods, together with Debra's in depth knowledge of human physiology and Jean Luc Cornille's Science of Motion theories. Click here to go to Jean Luc's website.
Jean Luc has gained worldwide recognition by applying practical science to the training of the equine athlete. Influenced by his background as a gymnast, Jean Luc deeply understands how equine training can be enhanced by contemporary scientific research. A unique combination of riding skill, training experience and extensive knowledge of the equine physiology enables Jean Luc to "translate" scientific insights into a language comprehensible to both horse and rider. This approach has been the trademark of his training. Jean Luc's competitive career is as distinguished as it is diversified. Competing at national and international levels in dressage, steeplechase, stadium jumping and three day events, he won extensively in all specialties. His work has concentrated on applying the latest biomechanical research to redefine traditional approaches to equine training. It was here that Jean Luc also discovered a strong connection to the rehabilitation of lame horses. He has successfully rehabilitated such severe disabilities as navicular syndrome, contracted tendons, degenerative joint disease, and upward fixation of the patella, as well as cases of obscure and idiopathic lameness. As a result, our training under Jean Luc has been invaluable --providing an incredible insight into the biomechanics of horse and rider and much more!