Dr Angelo Telatin is a PhD in Equine Behavior as well as a Professor of Equine Science at Delaware Valley University and an experienced showjump rider, trainer, and coach.
Angelo has brought many young horses from their first jump to successful competitions and has also developed a specialty in retraining jumpers that are “burnt out” and now known for refusals or worse.
His success comes from a slow and systematic approach, teaching the horses one new skill at a time and moving forward when they are showing the necessary skill level and confidence to do so.
Angelo’s 2021 Presentations
Find a Secure Jump Position Through Gridwork -
Join in on a lesson to watch a group of riders learn how to stop leaning forward or getting left behind, finding a secure jumping position over two grids you can easily set for yourself at home.