Jeff Cook Hunter Jumper sessions at the Mane Event, Chilliwack, October 25 – 27, 2019.

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Info provided at the request of the Mane Event

Jeff’s sessions will be limited to 4 riders in each group and his clinic titles are: (Info at bottom of post re registration and questions)

Hunter Sessions:

Hunters with Jeff Cook
Form Must Have FunctionWorking on the Fundamentals of Position
On The Flat and Over Fences
Group 1, Session 1
Friday, October 25 from 4:00 pm – 5:15 pm

Hunters with Jeff Cook
Both flat and Jumping Exercises to
Improve the Relationship Between
Horse and Rider
Group 1, Session 2
Saturday, October 26 from 3:15 pm – 4:45 pm

Hunters with Jeff Cook
Tips for Showing on the Flat
And Over Fences
Group 1, Session 3
Sunday, October 27 from 9:15 am – 10:30 am

Jumping Sessions:

Jumping – Jeff Cook
The Importance of Correct Position
Both on the Flat and Over Fences
Group 1, Session 1
Friday, October 25 5:30 pm – 6:45 pm

Jumping with Jeff Cook
Exercises to Produce the
Rideability on Today’s
Competitive Courses
Group 2, Session 2
Saturday, October 26 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm

Jumping with Jeff Cook
Work on Courses Found in Show
Jumping Competitions
Group 2, Session 3
Sunday, October 27 10:45 am – 12:00 pm

Jeff Cook is a  long time horseman, born in Portland he rode the Pacific Northwest show scene with Don and Joan (Curtin) Kerron. Relocating to Toronto provided an opportunity to work with Hugh Graham for a couple of years, before returning to the Lake Oswego Hunt Club in Portland.

Not long after George Morris came knocking – Jeff headed east, from 1986-1991. “It was such a dream come true then” said Jeff. “To work for George and have the chance to learn directly from him for 5 years was priceless. His horses, his system, his approach to competing were eye opening and inspiring to a young professional.”

“He then helped place me with Carl and Lolly Hogan for 7 years (through 1998) in the St Louis area. We were half the time in Wellington where I spent most of my time training and teaching, then I went back to work for George for another 5 years 1998-2003. Such an amazing way to learn the sport, at the feet of George Morris.”

“Following that I worked for Ira Gumberg in Wellington for a time, that is when I started getting request for clinics and began traveling around the country. I returned home to Portland and started riding the Kilkenny Crest horses for Doug and Sheri Boyd. As clinic requests grew I didn’t feel I could do justice to those horses so a couple of years ago I gave them up and now devote my full time to clinics, I quite enjoy the direction my life has taken.”

“I love the show ring but my true love is teaching”. I am just as happy teaching lessons at home or doing clinics, I like that the most.”

To apply for the clinic sessions with Jeff please use this link:   applications are open until September 30th.

If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact our office at 1-844-578-7518, Ext. 103 or email [email protected]