Hunter/jumping clinic set this weekend

Melanie Smith Taylor watches a student perform during one of her hunter/jumper clinics.

Melanie Smith Taylor watches a student perform during one of her hunter/jumper clinics.

Callaway County residents interested in hunter/jumping horsemanship will have an opportunity to observe horses and riders performing this weekend in Fulton.

The public is invited to observe this weekend’s three-day hunter/jumper clinic for William Woods University students.

Students may either participate or audit the clinics, which will be from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. today through Sunday.

The clinic is hosted by TaylorMade Horsemanship of Memphis, Tenn. Melanie Smith Taylor and Mindy Bower teamed up to create TaylorMade Horsemanship, a program designed to help riders become closer to their horses.

The clinics start today when riders will be observed and assigned to small groups.

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