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Learn to enjoy the journey; life is a series of completed processes that interlock for success.

—Sharon Camarillo






BARREL RACING PERFORMANCE EVALUATION

For Sharon Camarillo Clinic students, we offer an online video performance evaluation service. Post your competitive or practice runs on YouTube , we will evaluate your performance and Email you a report, including a customized training plan for improvement. Please contact us for pricing and to arrange this service!




In order to study horsemanship one needs an attitude of compassion, awareness, patience, forgiveness and confidence.

—Sharon Camarillo



Baylee from Missouri

Posted by sharoncamarillo Admin on

Dear Sharon, I was wondering what supplements you use for your horse. I am 11 years old and I have a 20 year-old horse. His name is Rocket. He is off the track. He is winning me lots of money in both barrels and poles. Though Rocket is a very good horse he tends to rear up a lot. He is not trying to throw me off; I think he tries to scare me so I'll get off. Someone who had him before let him get away with the rearing so now he does it all the time! He is...

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Amanda from Mississippi

Posted by sharoncamarillo Admin on

My six year-old gelding is the biggest pet and is the first barrel horse I trained. He is actually very good except that when he goes to a show, he blows up at the 1st barrel. He tries to run out and throws his head down. If he is outside or no one is in the arena, 99% of the time he does what he should. I have had his teeth checked, had him checked by a chiropractor, put him in the pasture for six months, trail rode him, and even went back to the basics. Please help!

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Amanda from Mississippi

Posted by sharoncamarillo Admin on

Amanda from Mississippi, writes: Dear Sharon, My six year-old gelding is the biggest pet and is the first barrel horse I trained. He is actually very good except that when he goes to a show, he blows up at the 1st barrel. He tries to run out and throws his head down. If he is outside or no one is in the arena, 99% of the time he does what he should. I have had his teeth checked, had him checked by a chiropractor, put him in the pasture for six months, trail rode him, and even went back to...

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