Corvin Performance Horses encourages a team work approach to a strong horse program, impacting today’s generation as well as generations to come by providing top quality horses for youth, amateur, non-pro and open riders to use.
We are in business to provide people from all over the United States a progressive facility where they can bring their horses for training and know that the horse is being trained to its full potential.
We are a horse training, boarding and teaching facility. We are unique in that we specailize in the training of reining, cutting and reined cow horses for people of all ages. We use a safe, non-aggressive approach in all of our training methods. To us, every indivdual is important and deserves to be treated with care. We offer a welcoming environment to people every time they come to the facility for a riding lesson or to see their horse and the progress of the horse’s training.
These include stall fees, ground fees, office fees, any required vet fees, judges fees, class fees and other miscellaneous charges from the show office. Each show office gives an invoice after the show. This invoice will be enclosed so that the owner can see a break down of the charges. We may request that these fees be paid in advance of the show.
Earnings won will be split 50/50 between the owner of the horse and the exhibitor in the class or competition. If it is a weekend show, the earnings are split 60/40, 60% to the owner of the horse, 40% to the exhibitor.
Meals while on road
If we are showing multiple horses for people, food expenses will be split between the number of owners. For example food for one day costs $40 and I am showing horses for 3 customers, each owner would pay $13.33 of the daily food bill. If I am only showing one customer’s horse, they would be responsible for the full $40.
Daily Fee while showing and traveling is $50 per day.
Hotel Fees to be split by the number of owners Zeb hauls for, shows for or helps at the shows, clinics, pre-works and events.