Lessons In - Trail, Showmanship, Horsemanship, Western Pleasure, English, Hunter Under Saddle, Hunt Seat Equitation
Instructor Ann Sherwood is a specialist in varying aspects of horsemanship.  Each instructor is
listed below. Having spent years refining these skills s
he is qualified to help you with any horse
and riding issues that you may be having.
Ann Sherwood
Anne Sherwood,  Instructor in Equine Studies, is a graduate of the Northwest College Equine Studies
Program.  Anne is active in FFA, 4-H, Collegiate Horse Judging, Coaching her team to state and National
Honors.  Anne has a strong background in Rodeo.  Currently she has  changed her focus to training and
coaching amateurs and youth for AQHA and Paint Breed Shows, as well as 4-H and Open Shows.  Anne's
students have gone on to win AQHA's Rookie of the Year for Wyoming, as well as many AQHA All Around
awards for Wyoming and the Center of the Nation.
Anne has three times been awarded the Who's Who Among America's Teachers Award, as well as receiving
three Honorary Chapter FFA degrees, one State Honorary Chapter FFA degree, one FFA Blue & Gold Award
and a VIP FFA Award.

Double Stitched is tailored to each rider’s particular goals and each
rider is treated as an individual. Private, semi-private and group
lessons can be scheduled throughout the day and evening  Beginning
too advanced riders of all ages are carefully instructed in the basics  and
are given the opportunity to progress through private and group
lessons at a pace that is appropriate to their skills. Lessons are fun,
challenging and structured around a solid foundation. Whether your
goals are competition or riding for pleasure Double Stitched is focused
on safety, education and correct riding. We encourage you to visit our
facility, watch a lesson and see the difference for yourself.  
                     ~ Skills & Topics Covered ~

Ground safety                                                  Bathing & Clipping

Grooming & Cleaning                                     Gaits of horse & movement

Haltering & Leading                                        Becoming a balanced rider

Tacking up a horse                                         Proper body position

Parts of horse & equipment                          Navigating horse traffic

Reading & Performing patterns                    Becoming ring savvy

Knowing what judges look for                      Clothing and tack for the show pen

Confidence                                                      Strength

New Friendships                                             Fun, Fun, Fun
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Anne Sherwood
230 Hwy 14 A
Powell, WY 82435
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