Advance at Home Live Event: Sept 26-28, 2023


Frequently Asked Questions

Q- Where is Westfall Horsemanship? 

A- We live in a beautiful area on the back side of Mohican State Park. The cell phone service is spotty so PLEASE check your directions before you lose signal.

The most accurate way to find us is to search 'Westfall Horsemanship' in your GPS. Please visit this page for directions.

Q-What airports are nearby?

Airports: There are three airports that are nearly the same distance
-1 hr 14 mins, John Glenn Columbus International (CMH)
-1 hr 19 mins, Cleveland Hopkins International (CLE)
-1 hr 20 mins, Akron-Canton Airport (CAK)

Q-What hotels are nearby?

A-This area is popular with tourists so there are many places to stay. You'll find spots listed on Air BnB.

Click here to read more about lodging options during your clinic as well as places to stay with your horse!

Q-How should I dress?

A- The weather in Ohio can change by the minute. The event will be held in our indoor arena so we will be sheltered from the sun, wind and rain. Layers are a great idea as well as boots or shoes that you would wear while in the barn.

Q-What are the hours each day?

A- 9am- 5pm on both Tuesday and Wednesday. 9am-2pm on Thursday

Q- Can someone attend with me as an observer (parent, spouse, friend, travel companion, etc.)?

Due to the structure of the event, observers will not be allowed during the teaching hours.

They ARE welcome to stop by and say hi before and after the event each day.

Q-Will I be handling horses?

A- You will have the opportunity to participate in groundwork exercises with the horses (or miniature horses:). Examples include round pen work on or off-line or group work with the horses. Please wear appropriate shoes to participate.

Q-Can I bring my horse?

A- Students participating in the 6 month option were given the opportunity to bring a horse. During their work session, they will use their own horses. This mix of horses (mind and some student horses) will provide ALL students with insights into the overall process as well as the opportunity to see the way different horses think.