Riding Clinics & Workshops

Meridian Equine Education Center’s goal is fun and effective education! Our intent is to bring a variety of clinicians, educators, and horse professionals to our facility to offer our community and clientsa wide variety of learning opportunities. Whether you are a trail enthusiast or serious competitor, MEEC will have something to offer!

Check back often for upcoming clinics and events!

2017 Clinic Dates

Sunday, September 17th, 2017    1:00 – 4:00 PM



Come spend three hours with us on Sunday, September 17th from 1:00 – 4:00 pm, and learn from world renowned trainer, Josh Lyons. Tickets are only $45 per person, and all proceeds will benefit the Meridian Equine Therapeutic Riding Program. Josh will be demonstrating techniques with his own horses, and will be able to answer any questions you may have. Because it is a spectator event, Josh will be able to help everyone from the first time horse owner to the seasoned veteran.

For more information on Josh or Lyons Legacy Horsemanship, visit their website at www.LyonsLegacy.com.


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Event Sponsored by Tribute Equine Nutrition




Past Clinics

Dan James with Double Dan Horsemanship
Bridleless Reining
Freestyle Reining Champion

What a great weekend of ground work and basic horsemanship with Dan James! Riders progressed through Dan’s training system overcoming, not only training issues, but their own personal fears, and gained confidence on the ground and in the saddle with their horses. Participants also got to experience an exciting performance at the end of the weekend!


Mark and Miranda Lyon with M & M Horsemanship


2 Days of education with two fabulous teachers! Day 1 was filled with lots of great instruction with groundwork exercises that translate to success in the saddle. Day 2 was followed up with Trail Obstacle Training preparing all our participants for the Obstacle Course Challenge on Sunday!



Charlie Wills former NRHA Professionalcharlie-and-champ-murfreesboron
Reining Clinic 

Charlie spent the day going through each maneuver, helping riders understand proper form and function as well as ways to improve maneuver scores. Riders also received one on one instruction on how to fix specific horse and rider issues.