Mounted Police Colloquium & Mounted Police Civilian Sensory Training

This event brings together people and horses from all around the country to learn new techniques, share ideas, and train their amazing horses. Training is always conducted in a controlled environment geared to improving the confidence of both the horse and rider.

We are expecting well over 100 attendees this year for both the Mounted Police and the Civilian Sensory Course. 2014 was the largest year to date for the Civilian Course with over 50 civilian riders taking part. We have had participants from Canada, California, Texas and all along the East Coast attend in the past. We are expecting a great year for 2015 and we are continually humbled by the fact it is our 31st anniversary.

31st Annual National Mounted Police Colloquium

September 22-25, 2015

Instruction will include flatwork, jumping, crowd control, obstacle training, police tactics and competition courses.

Guest instructors are scheduled to include the Kentucky Horse Park Mounted Police, Lexington Mounted Police, Jerry Mayo (retired) Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Megan Lau Maryland National Capital Park Police-MC, Ron Markland (retired) United States Park Police, and Pat Berkery (retired) Philadelphia Mounted Police.

Mounted Police Civilian Sensory Training Clinic

Kentucky Horse Park, Alltech Arena
September 25-27, 2015    8am-5pm

School your horse with the same sensory training techniques the mounted police use to train their horses. The clinic, grounded in natural horsemanship fundamentals, is done in-hand and under saddle. Riders work at their own speed and comfort level. All breeds of horses and riding disciplines are welcome. Must be 18 years old to participate.

The maximum number of participants will be 30 people per day, but there will be a waiting list in case of cancellations, to be called on a first come, first served basis. Cancellations 30 days out will receive a full refund; cancellations 29-10 days out will receive a $75 refund.

Please contact Anne Anderson for more information at 859-299-5744 or