Upcoming MEC Schooling Shows for 2017

MEC 1st Show – English – Saturday, July 15th, 2017
MEC 2nd Show – English – Saturday, July 29th, 2017
MEC 3rd Show – English – Saturday, August 12th, 2017

All MEC Schooling shows are held at Freedom Acres at 366 Chenier Road in Mattawa, Ontario, home of Robert and Diane Corriveau. Shows start at approximately 9 am and finish around 5 pm. Inclement weather does not deter the show! Keep your calendars handy.

Donations are accepted at all events!


Each year, the club puts on 2-3 clinics.  See upcoming clinics below:

To be determined at a later date

Private Clinics – $45.00/45 min
Semi Private – $45.00/1 hr
Group Clinics – from $30.00 – $35.00/hr

Contact Daisy Collins for registration!
Ph: 705.499.2952

Insights & Tips


Top hunter/jumper trainer Kip Rosenthal on how to make the most of your lessons.


Here is Kip Rosenthal’s “multisensory” approach for riders who want to learn well and quickly.


  • Listen carefully during your lessons. Don’t question each directive: just do it. Let your instructor “stretch” you a little.
  • Watch and learn from others and from yourself. Audit the lessons that come before and after yours whenever you can and observe as the other riders in your own group receive instruction. Videotape your lesson and review the tape often.
  • Feel the learning. Don’t just think about what your instructor says. Concentrate on how the feeling changes as you do what you’re told.
  • Write it down. Keep a journal of your progress. Record what you’ve learned after each lesson and go over your jottings with your instructor every so often. If, after 3 months, you discover you’re still writing down the same problems, an adjustment may be needed.
  • Read relevant books and articles. Ask your instructor for recommendations, and then read as much as you can to reinforce the content of your lessons.