Troubleshoot Your Most Common Problems
Here Is Exactly What You Get When You Purchase
Using Science With A Difficult Trailer Loading Horse (45 Min. 50 Sec.)
Building Confidence and Trust in The Rescue Horse (40 Min. 0 Sec.)
Holistic Horse Training (25 Min. 23 Sec.)
Spook Busting in the Saddle (10 Min. 34 Sec.)
Trailer Loading (46 Min. 23 Sec.)
Simple Solutions To Common Challenges with Natural Obstacles (23 Min. 00 Sec.)
Re-Establishing Feel On The Ground (31 Min. 45 Sec.)
Whoa instead of go (08 Min. 59 Sec.)
Working With Head and Ear Shy Horses (19 Min. 54 Sec.)
Confidence Away From The Herd (27 Min. 39 Sec.)
Your Hands On The Reins - Solving Barn Sour Behavior and Charging Through The Bit (50 Min. 28 Sec.)
The Buck Stops Here and More (36 Min. 29 Sec.)
Emotional Motivators (46 Min. 00 Sec.)
Why Horses Spook and the Lies we Get Told about Spooky Horses (32 Min. 03 Sec.)
Exercises to Transform Spooky Horses to Calm & Connected (14 Min. 28 Sec.)
Trailering Presentation Part 2 (24 Min. 27 Sec.)
Trailer Loading Made Easy and Fun (30 Min. 57 Sec.)
Response In Spite Of Trouble (28 Min. 47 Sec.)
Feet Handling Rehab (51 Min. 20 Sec.)
Problem Solving Clinic (1 Hr. 00 Min. 55 Sec.)
Fixing A Lateral Walk In Hand (31 Min. 38 Sec.)
Foal Handling (20 Min. 17 Sec.)
Simple Steps to Easy Trailer Loading (35 Min. 14 Sec.)
Trailer Loading PRE Mare (46 Min. 22 Sec.)
Trailer Loading The Steady Horse Way (27 Min. 33 Sec.)
Straightening the Crooked Horse (21 Min. 07 Sec.)
Reschooling A Troubled Horse (1 Hr. 02 Min. 52 Sec.)
Joining Two Stallions With The Help Of A Relaxed Horse (25 Min. 00 Sec.)
Helping the Spooky Horse (1 Hr. 11 Min. 37 Sec.)
What to do when your Horse is Scared (10 Min. 54 Sec.)
How to turn a scared horse into a confident one (19 Min. 44 Sec.)
Positive Reinforcement_ Using Rewards Effectively Without Creating A Cookie Monster (29 Min. 41 Sec.)
Capturing True feel through spook busting at liberty (11 Min. 45 Sec.)
Overcoming Obstacles (46 Min. 20 Sec.)
Helping the Hot Horse Be Calm (53 Min. 40 Sec.)
Solving Jumping Problems by Understanding How Horses Learn (22 Min. 51 Sec.)
First Saddling and Saddle Issues (1 Hr. 13 Min. 58 Sec.)
Adjusting Food Aggression Freely (07 Min. 20 Sec.)
Hard To Catch Horse (34 Min. 19 Sec.)
Herd Bound / Buddy Sour (21 Min. 03 Sec.)
Obstacles or Opportunity (14 Min. 18 Sec.)
Response vs. Reaction – Scary Pigs (17 Min. 18 Sec.)
When Your Horse Says, “NO!” (1 Hr. 23 Min. 57 Sec.)
The trailer-loading dialog (20 Min. 17 Sec.)
Going anywhere without fear on the trail (07 Min. 00 Sec.)
Why I DON’T Want My Horse to Load Into the Trailer (16 Min. 37 Sec.)
Getting Prepared to be Caught- What to do With a Hard to Catch Horse (57 Min. 44 Sec.)
16 STEPS TO SOLVING SEPARATION ANXIETY UNDER SADDLE. (25 Min. 42 Sec.)
The Misunderstood Reasons Horses Act Poorly (16 Min. 05 Sec.)
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I am an avid student of the horse and have spent my whole life looking for and developing quality horsemanship. I have been riding since I was 6 years old, taking lessons whenever and wherever I was able while I moved around with my military family. I have ridden with many incredible horsemen and women, but my biggest influencers have been Theresa Doherty, a student of Egon von Neindorff, and Brent Graef.
For more than 40 years Lynn Palm and Cyril Pittion-Rossillon have provided training for thousands of horses and riders with their dressage principles based teaching methods. With clinics across the US and abroad, the duo also welcome riders to their multi-discipline facility, Fox Grove Farm in Ocala, Florida.
Adele Shaw is an internationally recognized mentor and trainer focused on creating a positive relationship between horse and human through science-based training and care practices. Drawn to horses labeled as “trouble makers” and “lost causes” from an early age, Adele has always had a passion for understanding the “why” behind behavior and a deep desire to help horses find their way back to wellness.
Anna Twinney is a Natural Horsewoman, Equine Behaviorist, International Clinician, Animal Communicator, Healer, Teacher, Speaker, and Coach. She is best known for her authentic communication and connection to heal the hearts of horses and humans alike.
Dr Angelo Telatin is a PhD in Equine Behavior as well as a Professor of Equine Science at Delaware Valley University and an experienced show jump rider, trainer, and coach.
I am Anna Marciniak from Spain, and I invite you to take this fascinating journey together with me and your horse to discover how much you can be, do and enjoy by removing all that blocks you or is an obstacle on your path. Because of the Horse I learned how to remove these obstacles, and in effect I found myself in the place where I can simply DO MORE. I am excited to share with you what I learned on the way..."
West Taylor first started his horse training journey at the age of 40. Unlike a lot of others in the industry West was not “raised up” with horses. West had a successful career in the IT (information and technology) business for many years.
Kate is an equine scientist and researcher with a PhD in horse behaviour (Sydney School of Veterinary Science, University of Sydney), BEqSc (Hons), equestrian coach (Equestrian Australia and British Horse Society), horse trainer (John and Josh Lyons Certified Trainer). Kate has ridden, trained and competed in Dressage, Jumping, Western and polo in Australia, Europe, USA and Asia.
Jenny Wild & Peer Claßen
In 2008 Jenny and Peer met at a Horse-musical by German Parelli Instructor Silke Vallentin. They fell in love and then also started teaching together in 2009. Since then they have developed their own style of horsemanship with the help of many great horsemen and -women. It puts the horse first and focuses on the process rather than on results. This is well reflected in their current teaching motto: „We give horses a voice“.
Jim Hicks is an accomplished professional Horseman. He uniquely blends the principles of horsemanship with the movements of dressage to bring out the best in himself and his equine partners.
Over 30 years ago, Hicks and his Wife sought out Ray Hunt, with a desire to learn more about the horse, and Hunt remains one of the greatest influences on the Hicks’ careers.
Hi! My name is Katie. I have been a horse rider for 25 years and a riding instructor for 12 finding my passion as a teacher in a riding school environment. From childhood through to my early 20’s I competed successfully at shows, dressage, show jumping and eventing at state level.
Lindsey Partridge is a 3 time discipline champion at the Retired Racehorse Project Thoroughbred Makeover, Legends Champion of the 2019 Midwest Fair Mustang Makeover, Founder of Harmony Horsemanship, Level 2 Centered Riding Instructor, Equine Canada English and Western Competition Coach, Horse Trainer for feature films, Freestyle Judge, 2018 Versatility Challenge Reserve Champion at Equine Affaire, and 2018 Pro Extreme Cowboy Regional Reserve Champion, Toronto Star nicknamed "Canada's Horse Whisperer," best known for her extreme bridleless performances with her off the track Thoroughbred Trivia Time and the massive blue tarp, taking her horse into the Super 8 hotel, or taking Dreamer at liberty through New York City for Dreamers Day Out.
When Mike was born his mom new a vet who gave Mike a Shetland Pony named Ranger for his birth. When Mike was 4 years old his mom and dad got a divorce and Mikes mom remaired when he was 6 years old to his step dad Gary. Even though Mikes step dad was not into horses he always made
sure Mike and his sister had horses.
A master horseman with an uncanny ability to “read a horse”, and knowing how to communicate,
interact and respond within a split second changed the way we interact with horses today. Pat has the
talent, knowledge, and the passion for teaching both horses and people.
Scott's philosophy is simple: the horse only has one job. It's a job the horse is instinctively great at and can take pride in. That job isn't to be submissive, obedient, nor does it require control. It can be assisted with a soft approach.
I have traveled across the country over the span of multiple decades building my knowledge of horses and finding ways to impart that wisdom to the hundreds of people who look to me for guidance each year. I was mentored by some of the greats, including Ray Hunt, and as a kid I used to bring my saddle to the sidelines of clinics and wait for the call to ride.
Ben grew up riding horses and working cattle on the Western Slope of Colorado. After finishing school, he spent much of his time doing day work for ranches & outfits in the area, learning from the skills and experience of the ranchers. He also spent a year working as assistant trainer at a Quarter Horse breeder in Colorado learning the basics of colt starting and authentic horsemanship.
The Horse Guru - Michael Gascon is a 5th-generation world-renowned horse trainer who is taking the equine industry by storm! He is the next big thing in the equine industry and he plans to make it to the top and stay there.
I was fascinated by horses since the first moment I have first seen one. I don't remember how old I was, but I knew I have to get involved with them. At first the closest I could get to "riding on a horse" was going on a kids carousel in a park in the center of Prague.
I came from a traditional horsey background. Early on I developed a love of Dressage, schooling and understanding how to train horses. This led me to study Natural Horsemanship, Horse and Rider Behaviour for 3 years at home in the UK and 2 years in the US. I have been teaching for over 15 years
Born in Australia, Warwick Schiller moved to the US in 1990 at the age of 23 to pursue his dream of becoming a horse trainer. After working under numerous cow-horse trainers he became passionate about the sport of reining. He was heavily involved in reining for 20 years, during which he discovered his next passion, teaching.
Dennis Cappel is an accomplished Trainer, Farrier, and Author with extensive experience in Extreme Mustang Makeovers. He was a 2017 EMM Top 10 Finisher in Fort Worth Texas, 2016 EMM Reserve Champion in Sedalia Missouri, and 2015 EMM Champion in St Louis.
Noah has been working with horses and their owners for over 15 years. Noah himself has founded many equine businesses that have relied on having safe horses to ensure the safety of its patrons. Such businesses include riding schools, a horse obstacle Training facility, a horse entertainment company and carriage companies.
Bryan was raised on his family's ranch near Salinas, California. In his teen years he became friends with neighbor Bill Dorrance. He spent all the time he could with Bill, working with horses and braiding rawhide.
Wendy Murdoch is an internationally recognized equestrian instructor and clinician for over 30 years, author of several books and DVDs, and creator of Ride Like A Natural® and the SURE FOOT® Equine Stability Program. She is one of the most skillful teachers ever encountered in any equestrian discipline. Wendy’s desire to understand the function of both horse and human, curiosity and love of teaching capitalizes on the most current learning theories in order to show riders how to exceed their own expectations.