Tellington TTouch Training Canada

Horse Workshop Information

Robyn Hood instructs a rider on a gray horse at the Tellington TTouch clinic




We are so excited to have you join us this summer! Please take some time to fill in the following form so we can help enhance your experience.


Student Information Form

Name, age, sex, goals, special considerations etc.
Please briefly outline your horse experience/riding level

Horse Information Form (if applicable)

Workshop Location: The Icelandic Horse Farm 5435 Rochdell Rd. Coldstream, BC V1B 3E8

Phone: 250 545 2336

Website: or

Local Coordinator: Robyn Hood and Phil Pretty

Cell: 250 308 6122 Email: [email protected]

Times: For the first day arrive at the farm by 8:45am to get settled in; class begins at 9:00 am

All other days, the training runs 9:00 am to 5:00 pm, with a 1-hour lunch break.

Class ends at 3:30 pm on the last day.

Animals attending the Workshop:

If you would like your horse to attend please ask for a form so you can register him/her. Your horse must be registered in order to attend.

If there is a question or concern about your horse, the Instructor will notify you.

Please assume that your registered animal may attend unless you are otherwise notified.

What to Bring for Your Horse:

If you are attending with a horse remember to bring:

~ A flat, well fitted halter.

~ Any tack you would normally use for riding or applicable exercises.

~ Rain sheet if your horse is usually blanketed in inclement weather.

Short term board costs $10 per day at the farm for self-care (cleaning your own paddocks, checking water, distributing feed.)  Full board costs $15 per day.  We will clean your paddock, feed your horse and check your water.  Both prices include high quality grass hay 3 times per day.


What to Bring for Yourself:

Wear clothing that is appropriate for working with horses. Long pants for riding, boots with a heel and an approved helmet are advised. The farm does have a selection of helmets available to lend if you are worried about fitting one into your suitcase!

Because the afternoons can be very warm, many participants choose to bring a cooler change of clothes to wear when not riding. (i.e. Breathable pants, or shorts).

The weather can vary greatly in the Okanagan Valley so please bring layers appropriate for a variety of temperature, ranging from cool, rainy days (10-15 degrees Celcius) to hot sunny days (high 20’s to high 30’s degrees Celcius).
Please be sure to bring a sunhat and sunscreen but it will likely be cool in the mornings. You may prefer to bring your own water bottle, spring water is always available. We will do our best to work in spaces to keep everyone comfortable.

If you are traveling from the USA please be sure to have a valid passport.

If you are traveling with a horse please remember that horses require a current negative Coggins test and International Health Certificate.

Please bring a mask in case we go indoors.

Directions to the Venue:

Please follow this link: for directions from Kelowna International Airport.


Suggested Reading:

Before attending the training we suggest you become acquainted with:
Before attending any TTouch training we suggest you become acquainted with Linda’s book; ‘The Ultimate Horse Behaviour & Training Book”.
“Training & Re-Training Your Horse: The Tellington Way” by Linda Tellington-Jones & Mandy Pretty

Included Online Course:

We have included lifetime access to the online course, “Getting in TTouch with Your Horse: An Introduction”.

To access this please go to and create a user account. Once this is completed we will enroll you into the course . We highly recommend you go through the material prior to the hands-on date to maximize your experience.




If you have any questions please do not hesitate to get in touch with us by email or phone (1-800-255-2336).