Mr. Ken Claflin has been training in Tang Soo Do since 1998.  He received his first degree black belt from Middlesex Tang Soo Do in Old Saybrook, CT, in 2003.  He recertified under SBN Denise Lee at Lees' Martial Arts in Old Lyme, CT, in May 2005.  Mr. Claflin received his second degree black belt in July 2006 from the Northwest Tang Soo Do Association and his third degree black belt in March 2013 from the Global Korean Martial Arts Federation in Dickson City, Pennsylvania.

For four and a half years in Montana, Mr. Claflin operated Wild Horse Martial Arts, teaching students Tang Soo Do.  For a year and a half in Clearfield, PA, Mr. Claflin was an assistant instructor under Mrs. Tammy Clyde at Clyde's Martial Arts.  For the past four years, Wild Horse Martial Arts has operated from the Rock Recreation Center in Trucksville, Pennsylvania.  Now, Wild Horse Martial Arts is opening a school in Hamlin, PA, at Hamlin Assembly of God.

Mr. Claflin (left) is affiliated with the Global Korean Martial Arts Federation in Pennsylvania, USA. He received his Association patch from KJN Robert Kovaleski (second from right) and KJN Eric Kovaleski (on right) at a seminar with KJN Cynthia Rothrock (second from left).