The Anchorage Horse Council at William Chamberlin Equestrian is hosting multiple clinicians in 2018. These clinics are organized directly through AHC, there are other clinics hosted at the center but are organized by other clubs or individuals.


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Wylene Wilson-Davis Clinic

June 21st-25th 2018

Wylene Wilson-Davis is coming to WCCEC!

Extreme Wylene began riding at age 6, learning Monte Foreman balance riding techniques from her mother who worked with Monty for nearly 20 years. By age 17, Wylene had trained her first horse which led her to a lifetime career commitment.
In 2013 she was in a 3 part mini series "Mustang Millionaire" produced by ABC for National GEO WILD. Wylene was also featured in the movie "Wild Horse Wild Ride". Wylene continues to successfully compete in prestigious competitions across the country, she is three time Winner of the Supreme Extreme Mustang Makeover and promotes the Extreme Mustang Makeover programs.

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Working Equitation Beginner Clinic

August 18th and 19th 2018

Clinician Julie Alonzo

Location: William Chamberlin Equestrian Center, 3900 Abbott Rd, Anchorage, AK

Contact: Zoe at the Anchorage Horse Council, email :

Cost: $250 for both days, stall rental is $20 for 24 hours with a $20 'clean stall' refundable deposit. 

Your spot in the clinic is held with a $100 deposit mailed in, print off the form here and send it in with deposit. 

To learn more about the exciting spot of Working Equitation check out their website at

General Schedule / What will be taught

Saturday, August 18, 2018: A focus on Ease of Handling Obstacles

Morning Session: Whole-group Instruction, no horses yet!

9 - 10:30  Group lecture / overview of the sport. Our clinician will provide an in-depth lecture, with video examples, of what working equitation judges are looking for, with an emphasis on the obstacles used in Ease of Handling.

10:30 - 11:30 - On-foot instruction of some of the tricker obstacles. 

11:30 - 12:00 - Lunch

Afternoon Session: Small Group Instruction on Ease of Handling Obstacles - clinic participants will be divided into groups of 2-3 riders for this part of the clinic. Two clinicians will be on hand to provide individual guidance on the obstacles

12:15  - 1:45 Group #1 

  1:45 -  3:15 Group #2

  3:15 - 4:45  Group #3

  4:45 - 6:15  Group #4

(Divide the riders by ability level, so that people of like-ability ride together in the same small group -- with the schedule above, we can accommodate 16 riders easily (if we have two groups of 2 riders each riding in each of the 4 sessions), and up to 24 riders. 

7:00  Dinner

Sunday: August 19, 2018:

Schooling Show, EOH round: Clinician will provide written feedback using an official scorecard.  Allot 10 minutes per rider. 

Afternoon Session: A Focus on Working Equitation Dressage

12:00 - On foot, no horses, instruction on the WE Dressage Tests

1 - 6 - Individual Lessons on the WE Dressage Tests  (organize people in advance for this, allotting 10 - 15 minutes per rider. We can work late, if people are willing to stay late.