Registrations for the 2011 Light Hands Horsemanship Clinic in Santa Ynez, California are already double what they were this time last year. If you plan to attend this event we suggest you register soon. Light Hands Horsemanship is held at Intrepid Farm, which is a beautiful venue but has space limitations so registrations are limited.

For attendees needing a hotel, we suggest booking rooms early as well. The Amgen Tour de California bike race will be in the neighboring town of Solvang on the same Friday as LHH, which may limit hotel room availability.

LHH continues to grow as an international event. Currently there are registrations for attendees from the UK, Germany, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, France, Norway, Scotland and possibly Hungary and Argentina too.

The vendors at the event display an array of products and services and make for great shopping in between clinics. So far there are 14 vendors that have committed to exhibiting. Some of the clinicians will be exhibiting their materials as well.

With clinicians such as Eitan Beth-Halachmy, Richard Winters, Jon Ensign, Dr. Robert Miller, Lester Buckley, Sheila Varian, Jack Brainard, Ernie Morris, Rick Lamb of the Horseshow on RFD-TV, great vendors, great food since it's a catered event, museum tours, entertainment and a beautiful setting, LHH continues to grow in popularity. It is certainly a "don't miss" event ... so register now and secure your spot for 2011.

Register by visiting www.lighthandshorsemanship.com or by calling 530-346-2715. For questions call or email LHH at lhh@foothill.net.