From freestyle reining at All-American Quarter Horse Congress in Columbus, Ohio, to the World Equestrian Games to “Australia’s Got Talent” on television down under, Double Dan Horsemanship has become a household name in horsemanship. Dan James, half of Australian duo, will hold a clinic Sept. 28-29 at Dream Weaver Farm in Crockett, Virginia.
The clinic is $550 for two full days and a $50 deposit holds a spot. Please contact Dream Weaver Farm‘s owner/operator Lynn Decker if you’d like to participate.
Pistols blazing, Dan James took home the Congress trophy in freestyle reining in 2018 on his golden palomino Don Magnum. With his long mane flowing in the wind, Don Magnum showed he didn’t even need a rider to perform spectacular spins nor a bridle to slide into Congress glory. He was also the Congress freestyle champion in 2014. He has also won Road to the Horse
Born in Australia, James has traveled the world training horses, including working in Texas with cutting horse trainer Punk Carter. Dan has been working out of Taylor Made Farm in Nicholasville, Kentucky, since 2012.
Dream Weaver Farm, which is just minutes from the Interstates 77 and 81 interchange, hosts a variety of popular national clinicians throughout the year. This year’s lineup will also include:
- Richard Schouten Remount Horsemanship, May 11-12
- Julie Goodnight Horsemanship, June 1-2
- Dan James w/Double Dan Horsemanship, Sept. 28-29
Meanwhile, Joe Wolter Horsemanship will return in 2020.