2012 NEWE Clinic .pdf
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With International Clinician Donald Newe
Are you searching for long lasting, stress-free and
gentle solutions for timid, stubborn or aggressive
Do you dream of a really harmonious relationship
with your horse full of trust?
Do you want to understand his behavior better?
Do you want to accomplish this without the use of
force, punishment or dominance?
Clinic to be held July 27th, 28th and 29th at
683 Quaker Meeting House Road
Honeoye Falls, NY 14472
Contact Kim Strauss for more information:
Clinic is open to both participants and auditors.
Individual sessions are also available around
these dates, please contact Kim to book.
Don’t miss this opportunity for
you and your horse to
communicate better, understand
one another better and grow
together. Be prepared for a truly
unique and 21st century
approach to horsemanship!
Who is Donald Newe?
Donald is a specialist in horse behavior who has
worked with more than 5000 horses (and started some
800 of them) for over 40 years. He has trained under
several teachers, including Tom & Bill Dorrance and
Ray Hunt. Donald has been featured in many articles
in both the French and International Horse Press and
is co-author of the book “Demande à ton cheval ” [Ask
Your Horse]. Donald has taught the Mounted Federal
Police in Belgium and the Ecole Nationale Vétérinaire
de Maisons Alfort in France. He is a member of the
JANE GOODALL INSTITUTE, an authorized
BITLESS BRIDLE ® Instructor, a former official
representative of Nevzorov Haute Ecole, and founder
of “EQUINE BEHAVIOUR – HARMONY IN
HORSEMANSHIP ®” and Palareta, International
Center of Instruction and Research in Equestrian Art.
Visit the website www.equinebehaviour.com.