Problem Solving Horse Clinics

A series of natural horse training clinics will be held in Southern Arizona to help raise money for the total care of horses that have been displaced by the recent horrific fires that Southern Arizona has endured. These events are being sponsored by Clay Harper and the Southern Arizona Horse Expo, LLC.

The clinics will address several challenges and their solutions, presented by several trainers who are giving their time and treasures to benefit this great cause. Among the lineup is Jamie Drizin, Austin Mayfield, Thomas Clover, Darcie Litwicki and of course, Clay Harper. This is a good opportunity to meet them in person and see them in action.

I attended the clinic held at the Lucky Pup Ranch near Benson, Arizona on July 23rd. What a great place and perfect setting for all we were going to experience.
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I not only wanted to do my part with donations for the cause, but wanted to see these trainers up close and fill my brain with more natural horse care knowledge. That I did indeed! Each trainer worked with a horse with a different issue from the rest, so that made it really informative. We even had some real horse action, so everything was real time: no stopping of the camera to cut out the parts that actually do happen.

There was a silent auction with horsey items that had been donated by several individuals to make it fun. There was good food, and new and old horse friends were in attendance.

There are several more clinics scheduled within the next few months, so don't miss out on some of the awesome local talent we have here in Arizona. You can come as an auditor or bring your problem horse and really get your money's worth to get the help you may need to strengthen your relationship with your horse.

Some of the upcoming clinics will be held at Heart of Tucson Rescue, Hacienda Del Sol Ranch in Tucson, 77 Arena in Oracle and the newly remodeled 3C Ranch in Oracle for the finale in this series. Come and see what our local trainers have to offer in finding that solution for you and your horse. And to boot, you will be donating your dollars for those equines in need.

Contact Clay and Jacquie Harper at 520-531-1162 for all information and dates for the upcoming events.

Nancy Fredrick


EasyCare Office Manager

As the office manager, I make sure the general operations of the organization run smoothly and seamlessly from A to Z. I have been on the EasyCare team since 2001 and have first hand product knowledge as my horses are barefoot and booted.

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