Monty Robert’s Clinics and Courses

“Thank you so much Hannah for offering the Join-Up Clinic. It was definitely money and time well spent because Ralph and I definitely came away much better for it. An absolute must for anyone who wishes to improve their horsemanship skills in a way that is beneficial for both horses and humans. Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!” Adela Gentry

Join us to learn the Monty Roberts language of “Equus”. 2 or 3 day clinics are now being offered. Hannah Campbell will be teaching the basics of Monty’s revolutionary Join-Up® technique. Monty has developed this unique concept and methodology over many years. The title of his book, “The Man Who Listens To Horses,” reminds us that the results we see will be dictated by our own ability to learn “Equus,” the language of horses. An open mind and realistic goals are important when participating in these clinics. People from all over the country are attending these Join-Up® clinics and going home with more knowledge and understanding of “Equus” than they ever thought possible.

Students will be introduced to the silent language of horses that Monty calls “Equus.” We will use a variety of horses to demonstrate training techniques. This provides an excellent opportunity to learn how the basics of Join-Up® applies to all horses. Students will learn to identify the source of the problems and the concepts behind the techniques used to address the problems. Participants will work individually in the round pen progressing through the stages of training using Join-Up® as the foundation of their program. The focus will be on developing technique, encountering new issues, and achieving solutions. Participants will work in the round pen under the direction of the Join-Up® team. Helmets are required for participants working in the round pen. Due to clinic time constraints, there is no guarantee as to a specific amount of time a participant will spend with round pen instruction. Please bring an approved riding helmet (we won’t be riding, but we will be working with horses), and pen and paper. You may bring tape recorders, cameras, and video equipment.

Participants may attend these clinics with or without their own horses. We encourage clinic participants to bring horses of any breed, or discipline to learn the Join-Up® technique. Inexperienced persons wanting to learn this method to start horses are recommended to bring an older, mature schooled horse to initially learn the steps and refine techniques in starting a horse safely. If you are bringing your own horse, arrangements must be made with the clinic coordinator on an individual basis.



Adult Join up


Enrollment Information

Enrollment is limited to 6 participants. Due to the progressive format of daily sessions, Day One is critical. For more Information: call or email us. You may also print out the registration form and mail it and a check to us. A non-refundable check for a quarter of the entire cost is due at registration. The remaining 3/4ths will be payable the first day of the clinic.

Initial registration and payments can be made by calling 1-770-843-2478. Join-Up® Clinics are uniquely structured to benefit all who attend, whether or not they bring a horse. Clinics include demonstrations of techniques and involved discussions. People are encouraged to bring horses of any age, breed, or discipline to learn the value of Join-Up®, and to enhance and develop positive relationships with their horses. Clinic participants without horses are included in all learning opportunities. “Hands-on” experience is NOT limited to those who bring horses.

Daily Schedule

8:45 am – 9:00 am – Registration

9:00 am – 12:00 pm – Morning Session

1:00 pm – 4:30 pm – Afternoon Session

* There are many restaurants and grocery stores within 10 minutes of the farm. We eat lunch every day as a group at local restaurants, so please plan on going with us.

* Contact us if you need help finding a hotel in the area.


Clinic with your horse $650.00

Clinic with our horse $500.00

* The cost of clinics includes stabling for your horse for enrolled days only. Participants are recommended to bring their own feed. Bedding will be provided. Box stalls and limited outside paddocks are available. Only fescue/bermuda hay is available at the WF facility.

Horses participating in the clinics must meet the listed requirements below

· Due to the unique nature of mustangs and mules and clinic time constraints, no mustangs or mules will be used during these clinics

· Minimum age is 2 years old

· Halter broken

· Sound with hooves in good condition

· Free of injury or disease and have normal vision in both eyes

· Current Health certificate

· Current Inoculations: Negative Coggins (within 12 months), and a negative vesicular stomatitis statement from veterinarian if coming from Arizona, New Mexico, or Texas

* Join-Up® is beneficial to any horse, but due to the nature of the clinics and for the safety of all participants, WF retains the right to refuse participation of a particular horse in any clinic at any time. Owners of horses that have been refused participation will be reimbursed all or part of the horse participation fee only. Only pre-approved horses will be used.

Registration Form

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Junior Join up

This clinic is an abbreviated Join Up® clinic designed to fit the needs of younger participants. The clinics allow participants to experience the responsibility of being a leader, how to achieve a simple Join Up®, and get a basic understanding of how horses think and learn. You can hear more about it from horse nation radio in the link below.


Enrollment Information

Clinics will be limited to 10 participants per class. Clinics are for participants between the ages of 8 and 18

Daily Schedule

8:45 am – 9:00 am – Registration

9:00 am – 12:00 pm – Morning Session

1:00 pm – 3:00 pm – Afternoon Session


$100 per participant

long-lineLong Lining

Key Learning Points: Non-violent approach to working with a horse, the language of ‘EQUUS’, benefits of long lining with two lines, disadvantages of single line lunging, Tacking up and attaching double long lines, working the horse on double long lines, different speeds and directions, different locations, ongoing double long line training. $250

IMG_2729Horsemanship 101

Key Learning Points: Non-violent approach to working with a horse, the Language of Equus, building a trust-based partnership, approaching, touching and handling a horse, how horses learn, think and see, Join-Up in the round pen, Grooming a horse, how to fit and use the Dually™ Training Halter, Spatial awareness, breathing and intention. $250.

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