Jack Curtis combines the best of quality horsemanship, classical dressage, and centered riding principles, to advance horses and their partners to new heights. Growing up in southeast WI, he was starting horses under saddle for local breeders by the age of 14. Since 1994, Jack has given lessons, clinics, and demonstrations throughout the US. His ability to articulate his thoughts and ideas has an enormous impact on both his students and their horses. Jack will help you expand your horsemanship in a more meaningful way for both horse and human. He and his wife Paula, who also teaches and trains, recently relocated from WI to Jamestown, Tennessee with their two children.
Best Selling Author, Leading Online Coach, and Founder of The “Art Of The Horseman” which is the first-ever online horse fair. Paula Curtis wants her students to have fun and be creative in their riding. “I teach because I want riders to feel what is truly possible. If you can learn more about your horse, what motivates and makes him interested in what you have to offer, then you can train effectively.” She has coached students in multiple disciplines including eventing, dressage, hunters, jumpers, gymkhana, etc. Paula’s students have gone on to compete successfully, locally, regionally and nationally. She and her husband Jack, who also teaches and trains, recently relocated from WI to Jamestown, Tennessee with their two children.
Jack and Paul Curtis Website
Art of Horsemanship Facebook Page
Jack and Paul Curtis Clinics
Friday, March 17
A Connected mind from Ground to Saddle
Description: Learn the power of mental connection and it’s role in a meaningful relationship with our horse. Mind-Body-spirit. No Outside riders
Keys top Trail Riding Success.
Description: Essential Skills for the horse and rider team.
Saturday, March 18
Riding Aids and Communication Simplified
Description: Jack will explain the why and the how of using your aids so you can communicate in a clear and effective way.
Trail Ridden Dressage
Description: Practical dressage concepts for down the trail and real life.
Sunday, March 19
A Connected Mind from the Ground to Saddle
Description: Learn the power of mental connection and its role in a meaningful relationship with your horse.
Requirements: rider can walk, trot, and canter and has some experience doing groundwork. Neatly attired, good for both English and Western riders. cost $40/Rider
Keys to Trail Riding Success
Description: Essential skills for the horse and rider team.
Requirements: Rider that can walk, trot, and canter on their horse and has trail ridden or has trail goals. Neatly attired, can ride English or Western. cost $50/rider