Horsewoman Amy Skinner is coming to Maine

Amy Skinner of Essence Horsemanship and Bar T Ranch will visit Maine for a weekend of private and semi-private lessons next month.

The accomplished horsewoman teaches English and Western. Skinner has studied at the Andalusian School of Equestrian Art in Spain, with Buck Brannaman, Leslie Desmond, Brent Graef, and many others. Additionally, she is an accomplished guest columnist for NickerNews and BestHorsePractices. Read her articles here.

Currently living in Pittsboro, North Carolina, Skinner is working with Bar T’s Jim Thomas in starting colts, working with mustangs, and helping clients.

Skinner will travel north for two full days of lessons on April 29-30 at Goldenwinds Farm in Norridgewock, Maine. Lessons start at 8 am and go until 6 pm. Each lesson lasts 90 minutes and costs $90. Semi-private lessons last 90 minutes and cost $100 or $50 for each rider (maximum of two riders in each session). Auditors are welcome at $25 per day.

The weekend event will take place in Goldenwinds’ indoor arena, a 60’ x 120’ space.

There are no overnight facilities and attendees are asked to bring their own horse supplies as well as people food.

Stay tuned for registration details and sign-up forms coming next week.