Nope! :) All you need is you, your horse, your everyday halter, and a lead that is at least 6 feet long.
No. Although the afternoon portion is designed to ride through the obstacles, many choose to stay on the ground and continue to work their horse in-hand.
Clickers and treat bags are easily found on Amazon. I do keep a few on hand, but no extra treats. As far as treats are concerned it is recommended to use timothy pellets or the like, mixed with cut up carrots, and/or SMALL flavorful treats or feed.
You will need a chair, clipboard, and if the clinic is held during a colder month, a lap blanket is nice. We provide pens and workbooks.
Yes. Although some hosts provide lunch for the participants, it's best to bring a lunch, plenty of water, and snacks to keep you energized throughout the day.
Yes. In all fairness to all guests, if you spouse/significant other is sitting in the arena partaking in the lecture and gathering information like everyone else, he/she needs to pay as an auditor.