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Wednesday Webinars - Zeus: Working with Wildies Part 1

Progressive ONLINE: Webinars


Learning new riding and training techniques requires practice, and having a coach to help you along the way is so important. We've got the answer: Scott's Progressive Online webinars and private sessions!

What a great way to keep engaged, keep learning and progressing with your horsemanship and selfmanship! Perfect for those winter months where you might have a bit more indoor time. Scott introduces concepts and new techniques during the sessions with video demonstrations. The bonus: you can view a recording of the session any time in the future.

Have an idea for a webinar? Just let us know.

You can register for a Webinar in just the same way as you would with any clinic on our website. Simply sign into your account, view the available clinics, and register for the one you want. Particulars for each clinic, such as spots available and start times will be shown on the schedule page.  To book private sessions, just contact us.


The webinars are group sessions, with each one focused on a particular topic. They are a combination of presentation from Scott, demonstration videos and graphics and Q & A sessions. Audience participation is both welcome and encouraged.

Each session will be recorded (video and audio) and will be available to you on the AHC website. These recordings will only be available to the participants of each group. What a valuable way to remember everything we discuss - without having to take notes!

Scheduled webinars are listed on our clinic schedule.

Each session is $39 and is generally 1.5 hours in duration.  Save up to 38% by signing up for one of our membership plans.

Video Conference - Pointers

  • you will need a device: phone, tablet, laptop or desktop computer with a microphone and speakers.
  • when you click the link to join the the session for the first time, the software will download and install on your device.  If it's your first time ever, please click the link ahead of time so you can be all ready.  Ensure your mic/speakers are working beforehand as well.
  • make sure you're in a quiet place free of background noise (kids playing, TV, machinery, etc).
  • make sure you're in a well lit room so your camera works well. Note: you don't require a web cam, but it's sure great to see your face when we're having a face to face conversation.
  • please wait your turn to speak - you'll also be able to type messages during the conference too (that the group, or just Scott, can see)
  • bluetooth / wired headsets are inexpensive and great for eliminating background noise for both parties

Shooting Video - Pointers

  • shoot short videos no longer than 2 minutes in duration
  • shoot in bright light and make sure the light source is in front of the subject not behind
  • if you're using a phone, PLEASE rotate it so you shoot alandscape video, not aportrait.  This will allow you to get your subject in the video without it being super tiny
  • having someone film you will ensure the subject remains in the frame (important if you're riding or moving around in groundwork)
  • use a stand or tripod to eliminate shaky, jerky movements
  • do not use digital zoom; stand closer instead