Terry Myers is a leading trainer, teacher and national clinician, but above all he is a true horseman.
Terry Myers has trained stock and hunter horses for state, national and world competition. His training is for all horses regardless of the discipline, as he incorporates work with both horse and rider to achieve balanced movements. His Ride-in- Sync™ philosophy helps riders understand how body position affects the horse’s performance. Through Myers’ 45 years of experience and work with horses and riders, he has developed coaching and demonstration methods which provides logical information that is easily understood and put to use. Consistent and frequent feedback from clinic attendees is confirmation that Terry’s training ideology and teaching style produces results. Myers has hosted clinics in horsemanship, ranch riding, showmanship, trail, ground work and body positioning at horse expos across the country as well as Ontario, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick in Canada. Clinics are also held at private stables as well as at the Terry Myers Training Center in Ohio. He has been to the West Point Academy several times to coach the cadets and army mules. Myers has been published in Horse & Rider, Western Horseman, Horse Circuit News, Horsemen’s Corral and Horseback magazines and has hosted Internet chat on EquiSearch, an online magazine. Myers was the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association coach for the Ohio Wesleyan University Equestrian Team for nearly 14 years. With the philosophy that a clinician needs to be able to show that their skills can produce results, Myers has had years of showring success showing Quarter horses and Paint horses and has achieved several state and national championship titles. Myers has coached countless riders to showring success. As a 20+ year board member on the Ohio State 4-H board, Myers has been closely involved with the 4-H youth in Ohio. He continues to judge 4-H and open shows across the state. As a leading trainer, teacher and national clinician, it is Terry Myers’ greatest pleasure to share his knowledge and passion with horse enthusiasts around the county.
Terry Myers will present programs at the 2018 Michigan Horse Expo at the following times…or
you can visit with Terry at other times at his booth in the vendor area. For additional information on
Terry, visit his website: www.TMTrainingCenter.com.
Thursday, March 8
- Meet & Greet, MSU Pavilion, 6:30-9:30 p.m.
Friday, March 9
- Main Arena – 1:00-2:15 p.m. – Collection made simple for all disciplines
- Round Pen (50’) – 3:45-4:45 p.m. – Ground Work Gets Your Horse Ready to
Saturday, March 10
- Main Arena – 9:45-11:15 a.m. – Training for Lead Departures and Transitions
for the English and Western Horse
- Round Pen – 2:30-3:30 p.m.. – Stop Being Your Horse’s Barrier. Easy Rider
Fixes to Improve Your Horse’s Performance
Sunday, March 11
- Round Pen – 12:00-1:00 p.m. – Control Your Fear: Body Control Makes a
Confident Horse and Rider
- Seminar Room B – 1:30-2:30 – Your Instincts and Emotions are Sometimes Your
Own Worst Enemy. Learn How to Change Your Instincts to be Compatible With
Youth Horse’s Instincts
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