Young riders attending the Tulsa Reining Classic won’t want to miss the Youth Horsemanship and Reining Clinic with
Petroll, set for Friday, August 31. It will be a remarkable opportunity to learn from two NRHA Professionals who are great motivators and proven trainers. Melanie and Sebastian own and operate Petroll Reining Horses LLC, a full service training/breeding operation and Petroll Riding Academy, a lesson program.
“Besides successfully training and showing open horses, the Petrolls have produced Non Pro and young rider standouts, including futurity, derby and world champions. We feel that they are a perfect choice for the 2018 Youth Clinics,” said Tulsa Reining Classic Show Manager Cheryl Cody. “Sebastian and Melanie are generous with their time and we know that the attendees will get plenty of one-on-one attention and encouragement.”
“We are very excited about the youth clinic in Tulsa. The youth are our future and we gladly encourage the new generation.” said Melanie.
Horsemanship and fine tuning reining skills will be the main focus of the clinic. “I would like everybody to pick one area that they want to work on. I think that way everybody gets the most out of the clinic.” Sebastian explained. The clinic will start at 4 pm in the Super Duty Arena and admission is free!
For more information about Melanie and Sebastian check out their website PetrollReining.com or their Facebook pages Petroll Reining Horses and Petroll Riding Academy. The Tulsa Reining Classic will take place at Expo Square in Tulsa, Oklahoma August 27 – September 2.
Kole Price to Present Non Pro Clinic at the Tulsa Reining Classic
As summer comes to an end, thoughts turn to the Tulsa Reining Classic and Tulsa Time! Besides a burgeoning show that features Limited Age events, the US Equestrian Reining Championships, the National Reining Horse Association South Central Affiliate Region Finals, and a double slate of ancillary classes, there are tremendous learning opportunities.
In 2018, the Non Pro Clinic with Kole Price will be a highlight. The clinic is set for Friday, Augsut 31 and it will present a remarkable opportunity to learn from an NRHA Professional. Showing in NRHA events since 2009, trainer Kole Price has $159,653 in earnings, and landed on NRHA’s top 30 professionals list in 2017. His wins include the 2015 Level 1 NRHA Open Futurity Championship, NRHA Level 4 Open Futurity Finalist and several All American Quarter Horse Congress Reining Championships.
Cheryl Cody, the Tulsa Reining Classic Show Manager said, “Kole has put together an impressive list of laurels of his own but he is also able to successfully coach and help others. We are very happy to welcome him as coach of the Non Pro Clinic this year!”
Kole enjoys helping Non Pros achieve their goals. Four of his Non Pros finished in the National Reining Horse Association’s top 25 last year. He said, “Every successful run starts from perfect practice at home. Preparation is the key to success.”
He’s excited to be helping Non Pros prepare for their own success at Tulsa. “They say true success is found in helping others. I find much reward in watching Non Pros go on to be successful in and out of the show arena. I am looking forward to meeting the Non Pro riders at the Tulsa Reining Classic Non Pro Clinic who are eager to learn!”
The clinic will start at 4 pm in the Super Duty Arena and admission is free! The Tulsa Reining Classic will take place at Expo Square in Tulsa, Oklahoma August 27 – September 2.
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