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  1. #1
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    Default Cost of GM Clinics?

    2-day and 3-day? TIA.
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    I did a 2 day one for $500, but there was a 3 day option for $650.



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    Quote Originally Posted by SansPeurDansLaSelle View Post
    I did a 2 day one for $500, but there was a 3 day option for $650.
    This. And you get a +1 and maybe lunch (at the one I do, we get lunch). Worth the $$ IMO.



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    Does anyone know if there is a schedule any where of GM's clinic dates/locations?



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    Quote Originally Posted by Toaster View Post
    Does anyone know if there is a schedule any where of GM's clinic dates/locations?
    It's not updatedm but this is the website: http://www.ghmclinics.com/2012_Schedule.html

    I also heard a rumor that he may be doing at second clinic at Kromes this year, possibly in May, in addition to his fall clinic there, but there's nothing posted yet.



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    There was one in Ontario Canada last fall and the 2 day option with lunches and a 2 night stall was $945 CAN with taxes in. Lessons were about 1 3/4 hours and worth every penny (bucket list). I think I figured it out at $8 a minute. :-)



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    Up here I believe it's about $1000 for the two days which is generally 2-3hrs a day with him. I'm not sure that that includes the cost of stalls.



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    There's one in KY that is 3 days that is $1000 if memory serves. Lunch is included, and I think at one point there was no +1, even a groom had to pay an auditing fee, but I believe that was changed last time I got the flyer.

    I imagine GM charges the same flat fee for a day rate, and the clinic host charges what they need to in order to make the money back. Places where they have a bigger draw, or more students, can probably charge a little less, but I imagine there is a limit on the size of the groups.

    The time I audited I went all 3 days and it was fantastic. I am dying to ride in one of these clinics, but so far the KY one has not worked out with my work schedule and other commitments. If you have a chance to go, even just to watch, it is well worth the time and $.
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    About $1000 including stabling for two day in Northern California. Hard to write the check but worth it.



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