|A BRIEF HISTORY • OUR FACILITY|
In 2011, Clay and Jenn Webster purchased their very own training facility located approximately 25 minutes east of Okotoks, Alberta and named it "Twin Corazones Ranch." The moniker is a tribute to Faythe and Braxton Webster, Clay and Jenn's beautiful set of twins born in 2011. "Corazones" comes from the Spanish word for "Hearts."
Clay is a highly regarded clinician and speaker. He conducts several clinics each year and has been invited to teach his clinics at such prestigious equine extravaganzas as the Mane Event in Chilliwack, BC, and Farmfair Internationals at Northlands Park, Edmonton, AB. He is an active competitor in horse shows of local and international status. Some of his recent accomplishments include:
Clay has additionally claimed numerous national championships and reserve championships, bronzes and buckles, over the last 10 years. His non-pros and youth riders have also reached greats heights with their own championships under Clay's tutelage. Early in 2014, Jenn Webster rode MS TYSON CHIC N NIC to a Reserve World Championship in the $5,000 Limited Non-Pro, at the NRCHA Celebration of Champions in Fort Worth, Texas – no easy feat! Plus, horses Clay has trained have proven to be some of the easiest, most successful non-pro mounts to ever attain success in the show pen throughout North America.
CLAY WEBSTER is without a doubt, one of Canada's most talented reining and cow horse trainers and instructors. Born and raised in southern Alberta, Clay spent many of his young days growing up on the family cattle ranch, located south of Longview, AB. He began riding horses at the tender age of four and helping his family with the cattle operation shortly thereafter.
Clay got his start in the horse industry with the Canadian Equestrian Federation program at Olds College in the early 1990s. Clay maintained the success of his own personal horse training venture, Clay Webster Performance Horses Inc. (CWPH) for over the last 20 years.
Throughout this time, Clay has had the opportunity to work with several thousand horses of various breeds and disciplines. These have included problem horses, Suffield Mustangs, Thoroughbreds, Warmbloods, Quarter Horses, Arabians, Canadians, Standardbreds, Friesians, Morgans, Drafts, Paints, ponies, plus many more. He studied numerous styles of training from some of the most prominent trainers of the industry and honed his colt starting and performance horse finishing skills from the ideologies he liked best. With a background of competition in a variety of disciplines, Webster now prefers to specialize in the professional training of reining and working cow horses.
Seven days a week, JENNIFER WEBSTER stays incredibly busy with Faythe and Braxton Webster – they say twins are "double trouble" but the truth is, they are really double the love. Prior to this chapter in their lives, Jenn held an administrative position for J. Drummond Farms coordinating all of the breeding and foaling responsibilities for CWPH. And prior to that, she was the Assistant Editor of Canada's leading horse magazine, the Western Horse Review, since 2000. You can find many of Jenn's freelance pieces in various equine magazines across North America.
This busy mother of two began her career in the horse industry with a start from Olds College, earning her Equine Science Business Management major with honors. To gain acceptance into post-secondary, Jenn became involved with the Calgary Polo Club and later, garnered more experience from Jonathan Asselin and Nancy Southern in the jumping industry as well.
These days, Jenn enjoys riding her own horses (when someone is available to babysit) and hone her skills as a non-pro reiner and reined/box competitor. Jenn is Clay's ultimate support from the sidelines and he, hers. In 2005, Jenn won the Non-Pro Futurity of the Canadian Supreme aboard Juanna Be A Lee and in 2006, she claimed the championship of the RA Sire & Dam Non-Pro Maturity with the same horse. In 2007, Jenn won an AQHA Media Award, second place in the News Reporting category. And in 2008, she and her mare "Selena" earned too many Non-Pro championships to name. By 2013, both Selena and Jenn returned to the showpen after returning from the "broodmare pasture" and claimed the Reserve World Championship Title at the 2013 NRCHA Celebration of Champions in the $5,000 Non-Pro Limited category.
Jenn looks forward to the future and is extremely grateful for the opportunities the horse industry has presented to both her and Clay.
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